We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
A really good Inn with a great location at the side of a tumbling little river and the start of a path going up to Buckden Pike – fabulous views over the Dales. The accommodation is good, not the biggest rooms but very cosy and...More
Had goats cheese on toasted ciabatta sandwich with salad and chips. Tasty. Shame they don't do a soup and sandwich deal at lunchtime as I would enjoyed a small bowl of soup. They did have some other meals as well as sandwiches but looked a...More
Came here not knowing anything about the place, and what a find....! On a cold evening there was a lovely warm fire, an even warmer welcome from the barman, Dave, ( they aren't paying him enough whatever they pay him....!), and food that was simply...More
We found this pub a year ago when driving past and finally got round to visiting it.
The pub stands in splendid isolation on a quiet road. Staff were welcoming and professional. Food was beautiful, well presented, and large portions. Range of drinks was also...More
Stopped in for lunch along a walk. Had potato, white onion and cider soup and a Brie and bacon sandwich. Later that evening came back again for evening meals of haddock and salmon Wellington and lemon chicken. All the food was very tasty. The main...More
I cannot remember seeing a tv in the bar and really if there had have been one it could have spoilt the relaxed atmosphere by intruding on other people's pleasure but there are certainly TVs in the rooms. When you go you... More
I cannot remember seeing a tv in the bar and really if there had have been one it could have spoilt the relaxed atmosphere by intruding on other people's pleasure but there are certainly TVs in the rooms. When you go you will understand what I mean or you could ask if it is possible to have a TV tucked away in the alcove of the large eating area, it doesn't hurt to ask. Enjoy your stay.