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Stayed here for one night as my husband and son were walking the Pennine Way. Very traditional and popular english pub, great atmosphere, friendly landlord and team. Accomodation very basic but very clean with comfortable beds and nice bedding. Plenty of tea and coffee provided...More
This pub was closed and boarded up for a while - quite shocking as there's nothing else around and this is right on the Pennine Way. The new staff are really trying to make a go of the business and certainly they've got the beer...More
this was a fifty fifty experience for me. when I went in at 6pm, I was told a party had ordered their food before I got there so I would have to wait to order. I was told I'd probably have to wait about a...More
I visited the George and Dragon on a Saturday afternoon after having finished a walking holiday of 80 miles. The real ales were all excellent and well received by our walking party. It is a pleasure to see a pub doing well in a very...More
Lovely lovely people here locals and landlords! We had a lovely night drinking and singing along to the excellent hearty music! Pool table and excellent choice of beers and vegetarian meal options. We stayed in a room upstairs with Amazon prime and just the most...More
Just a perfect pub ! The building itself is lovely with stone floors and low ceilings. The bar staff and landlord were great and the beer was cool. The menu is very short but the vegetarian option (stir fry) was absolutely delicious. I really hope...More
Landlord Dave is a wonderful host and together with his staff (and son Will) and locals made me feel completely at home. The pub is ancient and the ironwork the best you'll see in the country. Food fantastic and beer superb. I was walking the...More