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The Castle Arms Inn
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Reviewed August 26, 2013

We had a lovely stay here, v. good hospitality and excellent full English (Yorkshire) breakfast. We have recently stayed in a five star Cheshire hotel and it is nothing like this Inn, they could do with coming here and taking a few lessons. We had a lovely two day stay and were made to feel very welcome, dog, husband and all.

Room Tip: Basic, okey size, very clean and great hospitality.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Thank julia t
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Reviewed July 30, 2013

Beautiful setting for a spot of lunch etc just off the beaten track. The only pub in a pretty village that serves fantastic food. We took our grandchildren and the kiddies portion of fish fingers was amazing. We were hoping the kids wouldn't like them, but sadly not..... Maybe we will order them next time.. The pub had a great atmosphere & was very welcoming. We were lucky with the weather & was able to eat outside. Also, stunning courtyard to the rear of the pub.

Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
Thank sandra H
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Reviewed July 29, 2013

We met friends here to play some acoustic music on a hot sunny afternoon. Sandra The owner was delighted to accommodate us and appreciated the music as did her customers. This is a very pleasant Inn, which serves good ale and some great whisky's which I appreciated ( being a Scot from Speyside )
We stopped for dinner too and this was well presented, well cooked and very tasty. The staff were prompt and attentive and we'd definitely visit again to avail ourselves of this great country Inn.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank SwordaleIV16
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Reviewed July 27, 2013

People seem nice enough but it is impossible to have a private conversation without small group of locals interjecting. This is a lovely country pub for a small group of local who are in the clique such a shame place has massive potential

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
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5  Thank Missy563
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

Staying here, you really do feel all your worries drift away. It is so quiet, and Snape has a very quaint, untouched feel to it. We stayed as a group of about 8 in 4 rooms.

We had room 9 (the only one upstairs), and stayed during a heatwave. It got very hot and stuffy in there overnight because it is essentially in the loft. I resorted to opening the door up at about 4am for 10 minutes as my girlfriend felt like she was going to pass out. The room only has a very small opening window. Thankfully on our second night my parents gave me their desk fan that they had brought with them. Relief! This room either needs air con or a couple of openable roof windows similar to the downstairs bathrooms.

The heat issue aside, the bed was a quite hard, and there aren't any padded sheets to put on it for comfort. The bathroom was fine, if a little cramped.

The food here is great, the chef did a good job in the kitchen by himself, feeding 16 of us at once (some of our party were staying in caravans behind). There was also only one waitress. It later transpired there should have been more staff but they hadn't turned in for various reasons. Try the sundaes on the blackboard, they were awesome.

In Snape you feel like you are away from everything. I would stay here again. Very handy for Ripon, Masham, Bedale, and most of North Yorkshire. 10 mins from the A1.

Room Tip: Try to get a ground floor room. Feels more spacious and undoubtably cooler.
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Thank SteveCraft
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