All of our meals are freshly prepared on the premises using local produce from  local producers and suppliers. Our menu’s change daily, aiming to provide you with just a sample of the wonderful quality and variety of food that is on offer in Yorkshire. Eggs are free range from our neighbours hens and a full list of all our suppliers is given below.We are passionate about using local produce and believe it  enhances the guest experience and that by supporting small local businesses this contributes to keeping the local economy healthy and vibrant . Please inform us when booking if you have any special dietary needs.

Breakfast is served each morning between 8.00 and 9.30am.
Dinner is served from 6.00pm with the last sitting at 7.00pm.
(Sorry if this is earlier than you are used to but it can be a long day!!).

Dinner is £25.oo for 3 courses or £20.00 for 2 courses
Please note we only serve dinners 2 or 3 nights of the week with the nights varying from week to week – please check when booking.
From 1st of May 2018 3 courses will be £28 and 2 courses will be £22



Fresh fruit juices (orange, grapefruit, apple)

A selection of cereals, homade granola, homemade muesli, fruit salad or yohgurt.


Toast (homemade bread) with homemade jam and marmalade.

Homemade croissants.

Any combination or all of:
Sausage, bacon, black pudding, eggs (cooked however you like), tomato, mushrooms.
Vegetarian selection – Vegetarian sausages, eggs (however you like,) tomato, mushrooms, baked beans.
Smoked salmon and scrambled egg
Eggy Bread
Boiled eggs with soldiers
Pancakes with bacon and maple syrup.
Blueberry Pancakes
Omlette (Ham, cheese, mushroom or plain).
Yorkshire ham and Wensleydale cheese.

A selection of teas or freshly brewed coffee.

Food Allergies and Intolerancies.

We are required us to inform guests that food may contain any of the 14 major allergens. If you suffer from food allergies / intolerances please ask us for further information about the ingredients in your meal .

Dinner (Sample Menu)

Carricks own smoked salmon with beetroot fritters and horseradish cream
Warm Yorkshire Blue cheesecake with roast tomatoes and homemade pesto.
Spicy butternut squash and coconut soup.


Roast Yorkshire chicken supreme with white mushroom gravy and dauphinoise potatoes.
Spiced Dales lamb rump with sweet potato chips.
Local Duroc pork chop with homemade rhubarb chutney and new potatoes.


Chocolate salted caramel mousse with homemade raspberry sorbet and vanilla ice cream.
Homemade Yorkshire parkin with butterscotch sauce and ginger ice cream
Selection of local cheeses.


Tea or coffee.
Vegetarian menu available on request.

Food Allergies and Intolerancies.

We are required us to inform guests that food may contain any of the 14 major allergens. If you suffer from food allergies / intolerances please ask us for further information about the ingredients in your meal .


We have now introduced a Yorkshire craft beer menu with bottled beers from Yorkshire Dales brewery , Saltaire brewery,Wensleydale brewery and others ,we have some very interesting beers !we also now  have Masons Yorkshire gin and Smoky Ram Yorkshire Vodka


House White – Chevanceau Blanc 2009                              glass £3.25         bottle £15.00


France – A high proportion of Colombard gives this wine a characteristic citrusy fruit aroma and flavour.


House Red: – Chevanceau Rouge 2010                                glass £3.25  bottle £15.00

France – Made from traditional varieties of the south, this wine has good body with spicy and berry fruits flavours.


Muscadet La Griffe Bernard Chereau Serve Et Maine: bottle £20.50

Clean tasting with crisp acidity and a bright fresh minerality.    

The White Viogner 2011                                                              bottle £21.00 

This alluring Viognier displays lifted aromas of apricot, orange blossom and peach.

Fresh flavours of citrus zest and tropical fruits fill the palate and linger to create a long finish.

 Gavi del Commune di Gavi Fossili                                           bottle £20.50

Italy – Spicy with a pleasant mineral tone and  crisp finish.

Marlborough Saint Clair Sauvignon Blanc                           bottle £24.00

New Zealand – Full and crisp, flavours of passion fruit  and  blackcurrant with underlying gooseberry and herbal tones.

Domaine Serge LALOUE Sancerre Blanc 2008                  bottle £28.50

France – Fruity citrus notes with floral scents and a touch of rhubarb.

Terre del Noce Pinot Grigio                                                      bottle £17.50

Italy – Pleasant and delicate bouquet with a dry flavour.

Prosecco Bianca Vigna.                                                              bottle £14.00



The Black Shiraz                                                                           bottle £19.00

Aromas of plum fruits and chocolate and vanilla essence. Sweet shiraz fruits and spicy peppery characters are evident on the palate, which is supported by the integration of tannins.

Rioja Rivallana, Crainza 2011                                                   bottle  209.00

Spain – Powerful fruit aromas well  combined  with  hints  of  oak ageing. Ripe fruit flavours and good structure

La Poderosa Malbec                                                                     bottle £17.00

Rich fruit flavours of damsons and spice with underlying notes of black pepper and chocolate                                              

Beau Chene Pinot Noir 2009                                                   bottle £18.00 

Tasting notes : Bright red in colour with flavours of red fruits (strawberries and raspberries). It is fruity, elegant, easy to drink and very well balanced.

Corte Olivi Valpolicello Classico DOC                                   bottle £20.00

Italy – Dry, well structured and velvety with a fragrant bouquet and a hint of bitter almonds.

Chateau Serres Corbieres                                                          bottle £19.50

Intense nose of ripe fruits, spices and roast coffee.  A dark red wine with full rounded palate, silky matured tannins and vanilla notes.

Chateau Leon Bordeaux 2010:                                                bottle £26.00

 Beautiful deep hue with crimson tints. Profound nose marrying fragrances of blackcurrant and quite pronounced oak. On the palate, a robust wine suffused with oak that offers up delicious aromas of graphite and roasted coffee.

Plaisir de Siaurac Lalande de Pomerol                                bottle £30.00

Full bodied, plummy well rounded wine.


Cuvée Henri Fabre 2008                                                       bottle £17.00

France – Very pale pink colour, well balanced and typical of the provençal region.


Champagne Moutard Grand Cuv ée        ½ bottle £20.00                    bottle £37.50

A Cuvée  with a Pinot Noir base and aged on the lees for at least three years. Fine, rich, developed nose with fragrances of butter, almond and brioche.

Other Drinks:


A selection of local bottled ales from the Dales  Brewing  Company in Askrigg.    500ml      £3.25

Kronenbourg 275ml    £3.25


Gordon’s Gin, Smirnoff Vodka, Famous Grouse, Martell Brandy -  all  £2.50 single shot.

Loch Lomond Single malt – £3.50 single shot.

Mixers:  tonic, lemonade, coke etc 75p.     Water: Still / Sparkling Willow Water 750cl £3.00 a bottle.


Taylors First Estate Reserve  £3.50 per glass.



 Low Mill Guesthouse Food and Drink Suppliers:


Carricks, Yew Tree House, Snape, Bedale, North Yorkshire.

Suppliers of fresh sustainable fish, mainly from Whitby, and their own home smoked fish.


Bacon cured, sausages made & all other meat supplied by Hammonds Butchers, Bridge House, Bainbridge, North Yorkshire.

Pork, Lamb & Beef – Brown Moor Farm, Hawes North Yorkshire,

Chicken Nidderdale Poultry, Nidderdale North Yorkshire.

Duroc Pork. bred by Mark Allen, over the village green, Bainbridge, North Yorkshire.

Milk and Cream.

Townhead Farm Dairy, Askrigg, North Yorkshire.

Free Range Eggs.

Mark and Sue Allen, Bainbridge, North Yorkshire.


Wensleydale Creamery, Hawes, North Yorkshire.

Supply Wensleydale, Blue Wensleydale, Bishopdale, Abbots Gold and Fountains Gold Cheddar.

Shepherds Purse Cheeses, Leachfield Grange, Thirsk, North Yorkshire.

Supply Yorkshire Blue, Harrogate Blue and Mrs Bells Blue.

Swaledale Cheese, Swaledale, North Yorkshire.

Supply Swaledale Goats Cheese, Swaledale Old peculiar and Courage smoked goats cheese.

All cheeses are suitable for Vegetarians.


All bread is made at Low Mill.

Ice cream.

Homemade at Low Mill.

Brymor Ice Cream, High Jervaulx Farm, Masham, North Yorkshire, HG4 4PG.

Wensleydale Ice cream,  Afrian & Jill Harrison, Manor Farm, Thornton Rust, North Yorkshire, DL8 3EN.



Yorkshire Dales Brewing Company, Seata Barn, Askrigg, North Yorkshire

Wensleydale brewery ,Leyburn,North Yorkshire

Saltaire brewery,Shipley


Supplied by Campbells of Leyburn, Leyburn, North Yorkshire.

Wholesale Goods.

The Good Life, Upper Wensleydale Business Park, Hawes, North Yorkshire.

Tea and Coffee.

Coffee – Roost Coffee, 6 Talbot Yard, Malton, Nth Yorks


Flowers, Fruit & Vegetables.

The Good Life, Hawes (from Clive Waring, Johnsons Farm, Johnsons Meanygate, Tarleton).


Hand milled by watermill  at Crakehall Mill, Crakehall, North Yorkshire.

Sunflowers, The Hutts Mill, Grewelthorpe, Ripon, North Yorkshire.

Jam and Marmalade and pickles.

Homemade at Low Mill.

Raydale Preserves, Raydale, North Yorkshire.

Rosebud Preserves, Masham, North Yorkshire.


Elijah Allen, Hawes, North Yorkshire.

Spar, Hawes, North Yorkshire.

Handmade Soap and Bath Salts.

Oakwood Aromatics, West Tanfield, North Yorkshire.

Handmade Chocolate

Inspired Chocolates of Leyburn