Second time here. Bolton Arms worth a visit,with fresh food,warm welcome,good staff. Will be back again and again.
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Very welcoming staff, same menu every time so very consistent. Steak pie is a must though! Melts in your mouth! Their desserts are pretty good but again same all the time so you know what you are getting. Lovely going there and the views all...More
We called in for an early evening meal. Like most Yorkshire pubs it caters for both its locals and tourists. There is a dining room but also a few tables in the bar. Classic pub menu with some great pies on offer! Portions are generous...More
Was expecting more. Had to order from the bar as no menus and felt uncomfortable staring over people in front of the blackboard who were eating. The service wasn't great. Slapped the change down in front of us. Food was okay but wouldn't return.
We had a really good lunch at the Bolton Arms. My gammon was excellent and my husband said his haddock was delicious . Home made real chips. The pub is warm, comfortable and in a beautiful little village. One of my favourite places in the...More
Booked for Sunday Lunch with the parents! Almost every plate was empty when finished, the dinner was soooo tasty! I had Pork a few had beef & my hubby had the belly pork, everyone commented on how nice their dish was! We will Deffo be...More
We visited the Bolton Arms today for my husbands birthday-booked at the last minute and were lucky to get in as it was very busy. All four of our meals were delicious 2 Roast Beef,1 Roast Pork & 1 Steak Pie. Lovely Yorkshire puddings,gravy and...More
We went here as a wedding gift from our colleagues at work and what an excellent choice they made. The service throughout from the bar staff to the serving staff was exceptional and the food.... being on a diet I had only intended to have...More
Having just visited for a lunch time meal and having been at the premises before, I have to say on this occasion we were very disappointed. The place was very quiet, and yes the lady behind the bar may have been bored, but for goodness...More