The 17th century Tan Hill Hostelry,Yorkshire Dales.

Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Snow surrounds the Tan Hill Inn. The 17th-century hostelry in the Yorkshire Dales is the highest in Great Britain.
Built to cater for Yorkshire miners, Tan Hill’s claim to fame is that it’s Britain’s highest pub, at an elevation of 328m (1732ft).
It perches in the middle of nowhere about 11 miles northwest of Reeth.
At times the howling wind can make it feel a bit wild up here, but inside it’s unexpectedly comfortable and welcoming, with an ancient fireplace in the atmospheric, stone-flagged public bar and leather sofas in the lounge.
Image Credit: Photograph by Owen Humphreys/PA
Source: The ‘Rowing Marine’ and a snowy scene: Monday’s best photos | News | The Guardian

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