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Called in for drinks with friends having travelled the old road from the Ribblehead Viaduct to Ingleton. The place has been transformed. Must have cost a bob or two!! Fantastic choice of Gins (as well as Whisky and a good few real ales). But the...More
The accommodation is comfortable the only thing missing from the room was a table or dressing table to use laptop on and there was a bit of noise from bar under room evening meal and breakfast excellent good service 1 would stay again very handy...More
Great pub, beer and food. We walked from the nearby campsite with our dogs and were delighted with the welcome at the pub.
We had roast gammon with lots of vegetables and also a fantastic rib eye steak served with roasted cherry tomatoes and a...More
Went for a meal here on Friday 15 September with friends so good we booked in for Saturday just got better so before heading home to stoke had Sunday lunch ,A most welcoming Host Brilliant guy behind the Bar and well kept Ale with a...More
Family Sunday lunch. Limited choice and very few tables free. Many had reserved signs on them, and remained empty with the signs on while we were there. We had the roast beef and having eaten many a Sunday Lunch out in the Yorkshire Dales over...More
US$94 - US$159 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sorry I can't really help but I would assume NOT dog friendly in the rooms however as a pub we without a doubt saw dogs in the bar and garden area. Again as others have suggested I would give them a call and ask the... More
Sorry I can't really help but I would assume NOT dog friendly in the rooms however as a pub we without a doubt saw dogs in the bar and garden area. Again as others have suggested I would give them a call and ask the question, the landlady is very polite, helpful and friendly. Sorry you are none the wiser from my reply.
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"All rooms are newly decorated with good views. 4 poster beds options"