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All reviewsthe pubunder new managementreal aleevening mealroom was comfortable and cleanboth morningsexcellent foodtwo nightssteak and ale piestayed one nightfull english breakfastlovely locationcooked to perfectionweekend breakcouldn't do enoughwell worth a visityorkshire dales
Lovely little B & B with lovely pub and restaurant. Food was beautifully presented and freshly cooked. Veggie options with good menu. This pet friendly little hotel was in a fantastic location close to Waterfall walks and stunning open countryside. Relaxed atmosphere with good attention...More
Stayed here to walk the Three Peaks. Absolutely splendid. Great food. Real ale. Clean rooms. Packed breakfast. Lightning service. We’ll be back next year. (This next bit is just to bring my review up to the 200-word minimum.)
The Marton Arms is a lovely hotel, in a beautiful setting. The staff were amazing, and made us feel so welcome. We arrived later than expected, but we were greeted warmly and all the staff went the extra mile. The bar area is modern and...More
We arrived at a nearby B&B tired and hungry. This pub was at the top of the list of local places to eat. Having established it served food on a Sunday evening we set off. A good sized car park had a number of cars...More
This is a review for the hotel side of the pub. Booked one night and was given the disabled access room. As we had the dogs this was great as it had ground floor access. For people with limited mobility it wld also be really...More
Response from TommyJ2708 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I can't really help but I would assume NOT dog friendly in the rooms however as a pub we without a doubt saw dogs in the bar and garden area. Again as others have suggested I would give them a call and ask the... More
Sorry I can't really help but I would assume NOT dog friendly in the rooms however as a pub we without a doubt saw dogs in the bar and garden area. Again as others have suggested I would give them a call and ask the question, the landlady is very polite, helpful and friendly. Sorry you are none the wiser from my reply.