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Dropped in for food by accident and wasn’t disappointed with the Sunday roast. We’ve previously been here for a drink with the roaring open fire and called in for a drink and ended up having the Sunday roast and I would now say it’s in...More
I was thrilled to find that we were staying at this place overnight, a temple to Timothy Taylor ales, several of which do not seem to make it down south. We ended up trying a pint of most of the ones on offer over the...More
We recently had a delicious Sunday lunch here. We all had the beef which was very tender. Creamy mash, roast potatoes and plenty of veg! We were too full up to try the puddings! The staff were very efficient and friendly.
Just called in for a beer while visiting the market I've always liked Taylor's beers and pleased to see a wide range of their pumps on the bar I settled for Boltmaker and it was excellent the barstaff were very friendly and the pub has...More
A wonderful little pub I always talk about when family and friends come to visit in skipton. Clean cask ales served in clean glassware and white wine just about cold enough. Food served is always delicious. The smell in the pub of homecooked food makes...More
Stayed here bank holiday weekend as we were attending a wedding at the Devonshire Arms, we rang the hotel and asked if we could check in early as we had to get to the wedding, nothing was too much trouble our room was ready at...More
Came here for lunch/tea with my other half - we enjoyed the food here and we like to drink in this pub when we go out. However we do think the menu needs to have more choice, and they need to have some more simple...More
Booked one night in a twin room with my 17yr old daughter.Place way bigger than it looks outside. Staff lovely and helpful. Room warm and cosy and lots of extras in the room. Our room was over the bar and was a little noisy but...More