On entering the establishment there was a smell of soot and damp. There were dogs on the chairs and we thought about turning around. But we were asked if we want a drink by a super friend girl. The drink we're cold and lovely and...More
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Authentic, pleasing and increasingly unusual in an increasingly homogenised North Yorkshire, pub-wise
Imagine a classic old Yorkshire country pub - what do you think of? Maybe 500 years old, dark inside but very cosy with low ceilings, heavy open beams, wooden settles and a roaring log fire. Also, throw in traditional Yorkshire cask ales and a beer...More
If you are looking for a good pub grub experience, accompanied by top class beer, in a comfortable well kept house or weather permitting their lovely riverside gardens look no further than Cover Bridge. Famous Gammon eggs chips, or their excellent home made steak pie...More
Been going to the Coverbridge on and off since the mid 90s, and it is still a lovely snug country pub in lovely settings . The food is solid and tasty yorkshire grub that sticks to the ribs, accompanied by well keep beers and wine....More
Had both a Sunday lunch and an evening meal here . Very generous portions of quality produce. really friendly staff, great beer and atmosphere. Food served in beer garden, bar as well as small restaurant / dining room . Great specials board.
lovely beer garden by the river ideal for a drink after a lovely walk along the river waiter not so good sat at a table people had left he cleared it there was money left presumably a tip he asked if it was ours i...More