The beer was good, the food was ok...but not worth the journey...never the less we had a fun evening
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Very warm and welcoming staff in this very clean and quaint pub and restaurant. The Guinness is ice cold and served in a beautiful glass and the green tea comes with a teapot plus a further jug of hot water. The food is delicious and...More
We worshipped once again at the temple of perfect Sunday lunches. Fabulous roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, several veg and a jug of proper gravy. Well worth the 5.30 hour drive to get there!
Stopped for a coffee and ended up staying for lunch and a few drinks. Lovely location, friendly staff and good food. Dog friendly, would go back.
We went to this pub for an evening meal. The reviews looked good from trip advisor. We ordered garlic bread as a starter between us. It was burnt round the edges and looked unappetising. The waitress put it on the table and went as quick...More
I take it this is from the same review on our other page so i will repeat. I must really apologise for serving you an overcooked garlic bread but the waitress offered to replace it and you refused. The two main courses were as close...More
We stopped here for a quick drink on our walk, however the food that was being served looked very nice and plenty on the plate at reasonable prices. Free wifi included.
Nice village pub with friendly staff, good food and drink. There is a play park opposite so ideal for a pint in the sunshine while the kids play.
We were looking for a good place to eat that sold good food at a good price when we were camping in the area with friends. We managed to get a space even though it was busy Food was good as were the portion sizes....More
This place is phenomenal. The Accommodation and Food & Drink are excellent. Staff are great and very helpful. In addition, you're in a beautiful, small village with surrounding attractions: both immediate (West Burton falls) and beyond: Aysgarth, Leyburn and Hawes. The local area is suberb...More