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All reviews the penthouse the pub top floor sunday carvery main road centre of town brilliant location great yorkshire spacious room jacuzzi bath great weekend saturday night great place to stay stayed here for one night full english few drinks home from home
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Reviewed 29 September 2018 via mobile

stay at The Dalesway is Yorkshire hospitality at its finest . Ian and his crew are warm, welcoming and the service is personal, friendly and nothing is too much trouble.
The rooms are extremely clean and comfortable, the “ whatever you want” breakfast with endless tea and coffee is exactly what you need to start your day. The menu and the food did not disappoint in any way. ( make sure you try one of the Yorkshire Pudding meals)
The hotel is perfectly positioned in the centre of beautiful Ilkley and puts you a stones throw away from the moors, the river walks, Bolton Abbey and a hundred other little gems around that area.
Pub dogs Jet and Flint are the icing on the cake in the welcoming bar.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank les f
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Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

My friend and I stayed in room 5 on Friday night. The beds were clean and the breakfast offered was nice so that gets two stars. Unfortunately it was in need of a good clean. Moved my bed slightly towards the wall and crisps and an M&M appeared on the floor. We moved the sofa to another wall so we could sit on it and watch TV and amongst the things underneath were a huge dead spider, a spoon and more crumbs. Window was filthy and bathroom could've been much cleaner. Sack your cleaner!!. Other thing I'd comment on was the bathroom which was awkward to access as the handbasin is positioned directly in front of the door as it's opened. Gives very little space to manoeuvre. A sliding door would be a good idea. The staff were pleasant but it wasn't great especially for £70.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
2  Thank Catherine C
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Reviewed 2 September 2018

Called in for some lunch after looking around the town for somewhere to eat. Main draw was the lower prices than the competition. A straight forward menu for pub food with plenty of choice. The staff were helpful but not that knowledgeable about the finer details of the menu, ie pastry type. The food was cooked well and ample portion sizes, the vegetables were fresh and well cooked. Plenty of space inside and the tables aren't squashed together like can be found in some places. Drinks prices seem reasonable and were served quickly and the cider was served in an ice cold glass which was a bonus! Good value for money.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Paul M
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Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

Stopped off for supper, having walked over the moors from Shipley. This a traditional pub that does traditional home-cooked food, rather than a gastro-pub that serves alcohol.
The bar staff were friendly and genuinely helpful, when it came to recommending items on the menu.
Main meals were priced at around £9. The ‘specials’ board included goulash, home-made pie of the day, and Cumberland sausage.
Portions were generous and the vegetables were freshly prepared. I thoroughly enjoyed my Cumberland sausage, served in a round, with mustard mashed potatoes; two of us enjoyed steak and onion pie with home-made chips and one us made short work of the steak pudding

The pub is dog-friendly, welcoming and authentic, without pretension, bang in the middle of town. Have no hesitation in recommending this as a straight forward, good quality pub that does honest, good quality no-frills cuisine. Will be back

Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank TimC181
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Reviewed 10 August 2018

called in today and had a pensioner special which offers 2 courses for £9 50. Very enjoyable served by a lovely young lady, food was plentiful and very nice. Dogs are welcome which is a bonus, we will certainly visit again.

Date of stay: August 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank hjoan1620
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