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A nice looking pub with an outdoor seating area, so we decided to stop for a drink after scaling Pen-y-ghent. The landlady was very rude. When we arrived she was sitting at a laptop in the customer area. She did not acknowledge us, so we...More
The owner is a rude person has no time for anyone, sings all over the pub telling you not to do anything i.e. bring your own food in, no dog's, no dirty boots, no wet jackets, I mean come on we are all walkers, walking...More
5 Thank David S
Response from helen471, Owner at The Crown HotelResponded 24 April 2018
Where does it say no wet jackets!!!!
We understand we are catering for walkers , one side of the bar is for walkers if you read the signs correctly, the other side is for people in their better clothes who dont want to sit down...More
Friendly hotel in a bustling village setting. We were walking the Pennine Way from Malham to Hawes and booked via Sherpa Vans. The spacious, ground floor en suite room was clean and comfortable. A drying room would be a useful addition, but I made good...More
We have just stayed (14 April 2018) at the Crown Hotel and found the whole experience very pleasurable. This is an absolute perfectly situated accommodation to start your 3 peaks torture....I mean walk 😊. The staff were extremely helpful and professional in every way. They...More
Clearly the bedroom facilities are dated but this is a pub that offered superb real ales and excellent food. I'd recommend the lamb henry, superbly cooked lamb shoulder. Like others who have commented the bedroom rules idea isn't too welcoming and it's a pity in...More