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The Station Inn
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Reviewed 28 November 2013

We stopped at the station after walking up Whernside feeling cold and peckish. We entered a warm cosy pub serving real ale. After much consideration, we ordered two double cheese boards together with 4 bowls of home made chips. Our choices were blue cheese (scrummy) - smoked goats (moreish) - ale and mustard (warming|) - Wensleydale (as you would expect) and two other flavours (that complimented the other cheese's. The releishes that were served with the cheeses were so good and diffrent that purchased a jar for home. The bread rolls were warm and soft. The cheese boardwith the chips were so satisfying that this was a perfect end to a perfect day.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Gary R
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Reviewed 11 November 2013

We were just expecting a basic B&B but we're very pleasantly surprised by the warm welcome and general amenities in our rooms including very generous supplies of beverages & biscuits. The food choices were amazing with an extensive fish menu surpassing that of some of our local restaurants and the meals were delicious. We also partook of the packed lunches which again were plentiful and tasty. Our only quibbles were the general size of the rooms & ensuites, quite tight but that's only a minor detail. We would like to single out Karen for her calm approach even when extremely busy and her general humour, help & guidance. We did get good service from everyone we came in contact with. Would definitely stay again.

Room Tip: Avoid the front rooms as you can be kept awake by people leaving the pub or chatting outside or woken up by early riser walkers
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank BlueGunnerGirl
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Reviewed 4 November 2013

We stayed here on our third night of The Dales Way. We thought the barman was joking when he said we had been given a room with a waterbed but it was true! Even with our dog we had the best room in the hotel. Dinner and breakfast was fine, and we greatly appreciated Karen's lift back to rejoin the path next morning. A great Yorkshire pub with lots of atmosphere.

Room Tip: Ask for one overlooking the viaduct
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank HuddsRoadrunner
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Reviewed 22 October 2013

We stayed at The Station Inn on a misty, damp September weekend whilst walking the 3 peaks.

The staff could not have been more helpful, accommodating and friendly. The dealt with our late arrival calmly and efficiently, nothing was too much trouble, even offering to cook food for us after the kitchen had closed.

Special thanks to Karen and Dina(?) who were fantastic with conversation, suggestions of places and things that might help us with the 3 peaks challenge, and most of all sorting out breakfast hours before they officially start it!

The pub has a wonderfully isolated location and a room at the rear gets you spectacular views of the viaduct and Whernside beyond (weather permitting!)

The room was simple, not flashy, but clean sheets, an en-suite and a warm radiator were most welcomed. This is a walkers pub and welcomes dogs so I want expecting 5* luxury but was pleasantly surprised with the overall standard.

We ate here on the Saturday night and the food was great too. Breakfast was cooked to order and also cereals, continental, fresh fruit and juice, Coffee and tea

The pub is busy so noise does drift up through the floors until after closing but then why would you be in bed with such a good selection of ales? I wouldn't hesitate to book to stay here again.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with a view out the back towards the peaks.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank r00be
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Reviewed 14 October 2013 via mobile

The bunkhouse is perfect if you are looking for a good value place to rest after the 3 peaks walk. It is basic, but on par with what you expect from a bunkhouse. Staff are really friendly- readily offering up anecdotes and tips for the 3 peaks challenge. Food is homely, comforting and well priced and the real ale offers decent and tasty choice.

  • Stayed: October 2013
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