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“End of walk delight”
Review of Marton Arms

Marton Arms
Ranked #12 of 22 Restaurants in Ingleton
Cuisines: Pub
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Description: We are a traditional Country Inn located 3/4 of a mile from Ingleton and just 6 miles away from Kirkby Lonsdale. We have 10 guest bedrooms, two of which have four poster beds, one twin bedroom and one family bedroom, the rest are double bedrooms. We are ideally located for the those doing the Yorkshire Three Peaks or visiting the White Scar Caves and Ingleton Waterfalls.All of our food is prepared freshly on site to order and we use locally sourced suppliers. For those Ale drinkers we have 8 Cask Ale hand pulls, which during the busy season we try and have all 8 on. During the quieter months this is not always possible. For those winter months we have two roaring log burning stoves in the bar and for the Summer months we have two lovely beer gardens, one out the front of the hotel looking over St Oswalds Church and one out the back looking over open fields. For the best available rates please look at the hotel website.
Reviewed 2 June 2014

Whilst we were staying at the Beech Tree Cottages, we went on many different walks and a couple of them took us pas the Marton Arms. We decided to have lunch after quite a challenging walk and we were not disappointed. The staff were extremely friendly, the food and drink absolutely touched the spot. Would recommend the Marton Arms

Thank Maria R
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Danny H, Manager at Marton Arms, responded to this reviewResponded 16 June 2014

Thank you for your review. Next time you are on a walk in the area we will look forward to welcoming you again

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Reviewed 31 May 2014 via mobile

Lovely old pub with freindly staff great food and beer. Will be back when in the area again. We had to wait a little for the food but this was not a problem as it was very busy so it was excpected and it was most defenatly worth the wait

Thank Kerry H
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Reviewed 11 May 2014

We had booked a table in advance and were told to sit anywhere we like on arrival. Would have been nice to have had a table laid up but not overly important. There was an excellent selection of drinks and the gentleman behind the bar was very friendly.

Food was slightly slow to arrive and for some reason was brought out one plate at a time. Being five of us it seemed a bit strange. Food was average, the award winning burger bun was very much a normal white burger bun and the burger was quite dry. Desserts however were quite nice. The dining room was freezing though!

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Reviewed 1 May 2014

Have visited Ingleton (at the Pines Guest House) a few times but,not for over 3 years.We have never used this Pub/Hotel before and only went the 1st time 2days before we left,should have gone there before.1st time we visited just went in the afternoon and had drinks,stayed a while due to the rain and the Timothy Taylor Landlord and Golden Best ales, (also did Doombar) as a member of Camra and also coming from a different part of the country,it was nice to have something different to what we usually drink. The ale was well kept and very tasty.
On the second visit the next day we had lunch as well,really well made sandwiches and the best chips(for those of a certain age,myself included, they were what my wife and I would describe as proper chips)we have eaten in a long while. Would recommend Marton Arms for lunch but,why it does not get a five is: If we wanted to go at night,it would be to far to walk and if we drove there,one of us could not drink.

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Thank dscrape
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Reviewed 28 April 2014

Hadn't been to this pub for years mainly because of the poor reputation it had acquired over the last few years. I am very glad to say that it has all changed for the better. Very nice pleasant welcome from the very capable barman. The food and draught beer on offer is excellent. I had goat's cheese fritter followed by lamb rump and my wife crab cake followed by gammon steak. All the food was very nicely cooked and presented. My wife did find that she had too much food on her plate and it did defeat her efforts to eat it all. I settled on Timothy Taylor's Golden Best which was in excellent condition. Difficult to select a beer from the very good selection on offer. This pub is definitely a cut above the others in Ingleton and now deserves to be very successful.

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Thank JungerSchwung
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