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All reviews warm welcome the pub sunday lunch biscuits lovely food rare these days beautiful surroundings shower room cooked breakfast attending a wedding very generous portions excellent value for money last saturday the black sheep dog friendly pub face cloths village centre
Had the pleasure of dining at the Eskdale several times over last couple of weeks. Excellent food, presented well and really tasty. I would thoroughly recommend it, accompanied by some cracking ale.
A friend and I were staying on a nearby farm and had several meals at the Eskdale Inn which was in walking distance. Nice pub, friendly welcoming staff and good food and beer. We enjoyed all of our visits and would not hesitate to go...More
Quiet when we went - but it was March! Fish and chips were good, not exceptional and we haven't been back since but that doesn't mean we won't, but need to do something to make it stand out. Price may be something that makes a...More
Close to Castleton railway station this is a bit out of town and what I'd describe as a basic pub with a small enclosed back yard / garden with some benches. It's doggy friendly, but not a pub that I would go to for 'pleasure'....More
I stopped by for a light lunch before an afternoon walk with my dog Archie. Both of us were made welcome and Archie was given a bowl of water. I settled for the mussels which turned out to be a disappointment as they were small...More
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Dogs are more than welcome ours were positively pampered. We willcertainly return as the landlady was so lovely and nothing was too much trouble. They even have a space next to the beer garden where you can let your dogs... More
Dogs are more than welcome ours were positively pampered. We willcertainly return as the landlady was so lovely and nothing was too much trouble. They even have a space next to the beer garden where you can let your dogs out. The breakfasts are fantastic too.