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The Old Swan Inn
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Reviewed 12 May 2014

We had dined in all the other eateries in Gargrave so thought for a change we should try the Old Swan. The lass behind the gar was nice and friendly.....the locals....well we won't go there. Got a menu and found a table in one of the nooks, not a very good choice of ales but they did have draught Guinness unlike some establishments that place a can under a lever. Anyway we ordered our choice of meal, one of which was from the specials board, both mains were ok, I then ordered a sweet which turned out to be possibly Tesco bought pecan meringue roll which they had the cheek to charge just under £4 per portion (the whole roll costs that). Will stick to the Anchor or Mason's from now on.

  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Dave W
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Reviewed 12 November 2013

This pub looks really inviting from the outside, especially on a windy rainy night. My wife and I entered the front door into a dingy hallway which divided into two rooms. The dining room was gloomy and uninviting with a pool table amongst the dining tables. There were no diners at 8pm on a Saturday, which in itself tells a story. In the other room was a group of "locals" we were greeted with someone shouting loudly across the room " it's ****ing ****ing down out there. We turned around and left.

Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
Thank Teepee49
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Reviewed 6 September 2012

The landlady (if you can call her a lady) is rude, loud, cannot say thankyou, and should learn some manners. The food was good but basic. The place was dirty, and the toilets were disgusting. We decided against staying the night, and instead booked in at The Masons Arms, just over the bridge. What a difference!

Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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