Brewers Fayre pub. The Anchor is a multi-roomed establishment with
various eating and drinking areas as well as amusement for children.
Facilities for wheelchair users. Accommodation available. Open to
non-residents for breakfast at 7:30am every day of the year and food
served all day. Alcoholic drinks are served within normal opening
hours. Both the Leeds and Liverpool Canal here and main road provide
much passing trade.
loved Dales pub offering great food and accommodation. Meals served in
bar brasserie and restaurant. Meat and game sourced from Lancashire and
the Dales and fresh fish come from both the east and west coasts.
'T' junction on main road through Hellifield. Large wood panelled
lounge bar and smaller public bar with pool table and television. The
upstairs function room caters for 80 people. Disabled access to toilets
require assistance. Accommodation available. Outdoor seating and open
fire. Camping and railway station nearby. Meals served all day Monday
to Saturday and 13:00 to 17:00 Sunday. Dogs welcome. Wi-Fi available.
Grade II listed pub with parts
dating from the 15th century. The two bars are decorated in
an Elizabethan style using reclaimed church furniture.
Disabled access include lift to lower floors.
The terrace overlooks the canal.
Part of the Kings Feast chain of pubs.
Open all day.
Century coaching inn popular with both visitors and locals. The Blue
Bell stocks an extensive selection of malt whiskies and hand pulled
cask ales in it's cosy bars with roaring log fire. Quality home cooked
food and en-suite accommodation in four rooms.
Low Wath Road, just north of Pateley Bridge in Nidderdale. It was
once the manager's house for the Foster Beck Mill, powered by a huge
waterwheel which can still be seen nearby.
Open fire with a pair of buffalo horns mounted above it. Open all day. Meals served lunchtimes.
Georgian coaching inn set against the backdrop of the
magnificent Buckden Pike in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
Retaining much of it's old charm, the Buck Inn is a perfect place to go
for a meal or a drink. Open from 11 O' Clock in the morning until 11 O'
Clock at night, there is time to enjoy a meal from the extensive menu.
For those who wish to stop a little longer, the Inn provides
accommodation in it's 14 en-suite bedrooms.
with lounge and Hikers Bar open to non-residents. The Hikers Bar is
open all day and. the lounge bar is open lunchtimes and evenings.
Children are welcome in both bars and dogs in the Hikers Bar. Up to
seven guest beers at weekends and in the summer. Accommodation in ten
en-suite bedrooms and self catering cottage. Camping available nearby.
Outdoor seating and open fire.
Not far from Malham Cove.
family pub on A59 near Skipton catering mainly for diners. Ingredients
sourced from local farmers. Award winning wine list.
in the oldest part of the market town of Skipton, the Castle Inn dating
back to the early 19th century is next to the medieval castle.
Menu includes Steak & Old Peculier Pie and Castle
Burger. Accommodation available in holiday cottage. No pets
children under 12 in accommodation.
centre pub adjacent to Embsay Station from where you can catch a steam
train to Bolton Abbey. Four-roomed layout with games rooms, lounge, bar
and snug. Dating from the 17th Century, the Cavendish Arms has open
fire, outdoor seating and parking area and bar meals are served at
lunchtimes and in the evenings.
Pub on Swadford Street. This pub has also traded as the Breeze Bar.
Beer garden. Disabled access.
winning 18th century family run pub ideally situated between
Grassington and Pateley Bridge. Accommodation in three comfortable
The kitchen has over 35 years of experience of sourcing it's
ingredients locally including game and Whitby cod.
The Clarendon underwent refurbishment in 2015.
Cooking courses available.
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century coaching inn with a long single bar. It is possible to view the
ground floor "beer celler" through the windows. Taller customers beware
of the low beam above the step halfway along the split-level bar.
Meals served lunchtimes and evenings.
Open fire. Beer Garden.
Live music. Free WiFi.
Pub popular with the local set on Water Street not far from Skipton town centre.
Large hotel set in 1,400 acres outside Coniston Cold between Skipton and Settle on the A65.
wide variety of outdoor country club activities available here
including 4x4 driving, clay pigeon shooting and falconry. Ideal
for corporate events as well as weddings and other functions.
Accommodation in 70 rooms, some are pet friendly and others accessible
for disabled guests.
Meals served in MacLeods Bar and Restaurant.
pub in quiet corner of the Yorkshire Dales. Well preserved bar with
numerous banknotes of different nationalities and ages hanging from the
Meals served all day.
Behind the pub is the Cruck Barn,
the first of it's kind for 400 years, this soaring trusswork structure
carrying a thatched roof is available for private fuctions, weddings
family inn on Grassington Road one mile (1.6km) from Skipton. A
multi-roomed layout provides various eating, drinking and family areas
in a pub where at one time beer was served through a hatch. Quality
en-suite rooms available including a full English breakfast. Home
cooked meals are served during the daytime and evening and include a
carvery. There is ample parking and wheelchair access is excellent.
Camping is available nearby.
Cross Keys dates from the 16th century and overlooks the Leeds and
Liverpool Canal where the Pennine Way follows the towpath for a short
Meals are served all day in the lounge bar and dining room and a room
is available for groups.
Ales from Copper Dragon and Grey Hawk.
Car parking to the front and rear of the pub and there is access for
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country house complex offering the visitor a wide range of outdoor
leisure activities as well as being a formal establishment. Duke's Bar
is open to non-residents and is popular with walkers, anglers and other
outdoor enthusiasts. Accommodation available. Disabled
piped music or juke-boxes. Open fire and lunchtime bar meals. Ideal for
visiting Bolton Abbey and the Embsay Steam Railway. Helicoptor landing
Dales pub with stone floor in bar. Separate restaurant and real fires.
Calenders depicting local W.I. women in erotic poses were sold here
recently. All day opening in summer, closed winter afternoons except
stone built hotel in town centre with lounge bar and restaurant. Family
room and accommodation available. Real fires. All day opening.
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village local offering a good range of food and ales. The smaller side
bar has pew-type seating mainly for diners while the main bar is large
without any piped music or juke box. Bar meals are served at lunchtimes
and in the evenings and outdoor seating is available. Parking and
disabled access. Wi-Fi throughout. Meals served all day except Mondays
(17:00 - 22:00) and Sundays (12:00 - 17:00).
unspoilt Dales pub next to the village green. Time has appeared to have
stood still inside since the Coronation of 1953 and beer is served
direct from the cask by jug in a small servery. Owned by the same
family for four generations. The Falcon has rights to fly-fishing along
four miles (6km) of the River Skirfare with free day tickets available
to residents. Accommodation in five rooms with en-suite facilities.
|The Fleece Inn
A long narrow room with a saloon style bar with a pool table at one end. Convenient for the bus station.
Meals served lunchtimes.
Open all day.
Carlton in Coverdale
Old coaching inn with large bar.
Home cooked food served. All day opening. En-suite accommodation in
seven en-suite rooms
with English breakfast served in dining room. Rooms are available at superb
prices ideal for those on a budget.
restaurant has seating for up to 28 people.
Popular with walkers and dogs are welcome. Check out the
website for 1940's and Dickensian themed weekends in Grassington.
Dales pub with low beamed ceiling. Open fire surrounded by high-backed
settles. Camping and guesthousese are nearby. Meals served lunchtimes
and evenings in bar and separate dining area. No smoking area.
Open all day.
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built 17th Century Dales pub with flagstone floors, stone walls and
large fireplace. A collection of jugs hand from the beams in the bar.
No smoking in the small dining room. Extensive menu offering a good
range of meals including vegetarian served lunchtimes and evenings.
Accommodation in three en-suite rooms and one twin room with it's own
bath and shower room. Outdoor seating. Dogs welcome and WiFi
Gamekeeper's Inn is a cosy Yorkshire Dales pub which combines the
traditional with the modern. The Inn was originally a
gamekeeper's cottage for the nearby Netherside Hall. Situated
the Long Ashes leisure park a stay at the Inn can be combined with a
visit to Long Ashes Pure Spa where residents at the Inn can claim a 10%
discount off beauty treatments. Accommodation in five en-suite family,
twin and double rooms.
interesting 18th Century pub with stone floors and a bit of history. It
was a favourite with J.B. Priestly. This former vicarage still hosts
the annual meeting of the Hubberholme Parliament on the first Monday of
each New Year. Accommodation is available in six en-suite rooms, one of
which is in the ground floor annexe and is suitable for people who
cannot manage steps. There may be limited camping available at the rear.
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House is run as a members' social club (annual membership fee payable)
but the bar is also open to non-members (you may need to be signed
in!). Plenty of games, pool, dominoes, darts and full-sized snooker
All major sporting events from Sky, ESPN, BBC and ITV on large screen.
Function room available.
Former railway hotel, now much
modernised on Broughton Road. Meals served in the Rhubarb
Open all day.
traditional Dales pub with huge inglenook decorated with horse brasses.
Used by both walkers and locals this pub has a welcoming atmosphere.
Located at the Green near the church. Nearby is an interesting rock
garden with a set of stocks as it's centrepiece.
Accommodation in five en-suite rooms.
pub dating from 1702. Several guest beers are served along with a wide
range of foreign bottled beers and Scottish whiskies.
Accommodation in rooms overlooking the village green. Meals
served in bar and restaurant. No dogs in restaurant.
village centre local which owns the bowling green. Large lounge and
smaller eating and drinking area. Accommodation include a family room
and a fully equipped disabled room, all en-suite and dogs
are welcome in some of the rooms.
Meals served all day from 12:00 noon until 20:30 seven days a week.
Childrens' and takaway menus available.
Open 12:00 noon until midnight daily.
Pub decorated by old church furniture, brewery posters and two canal theme murals.Live jazz music on Tuesdays and folk music Saturdays.Wide
selection of drinks including an ever changing selection of six guest
beers and draught and bottled German and Belgian beers.Meals served.Disabled access.Telephone: 01756 797922Website: www.markettowntaverns.co.uk |New Inn
Dales pub specialising in a wide range of outdoor activities. Bar with
adjoining L-shaped room and separate room across hall. Bar meals served
lunchtimes. Accommodation available and camping nearby. Children
welcome. Open fire and real cask cider.
Telephone: 01756 720252
|Old Hall Inn
Inn with several seating areas including conservatory. Two open fires
and traditional range warm this pub which welcomes children and has
access for disabled. Meals available from extensive menu served
lunchtimes and in the evenings. Accommodation in en-suite rooms in both the inn, coachhouse and self catering cottage. Dogs welcome. Camping nearby.
Telephone: 01756 752441
coaching inn with a friendly atmosphere in a multi-roomed layout near
the village centre. A large comfortable bar adjoins the restaurant and
there is a smaller family dining room. Children welcome. There is also
an unspoilt snug with pub games. Meals are served lunchtimes and
evenings except winter Sundays. Open fires in quiet rooms. Outdoor
seating and disabled access. Railway station nearby.
Telephone: 01756 749232
Queen's as it is known in Littondale is a traditional 17th century pub
which now owns it's micro-brewery, Litton Ale. This friendly pub has a
family room and main bar. Excellent food is served here and enjoyed by
people from abroad as well as local folk. Real ale from the
micro-brewery is served on the hand pumps as well as other local beers
and some of the better known brand names.Accommodation is available in
Telephone: 01756 770096
to be the stableblock for the Blue Bell at one time, this pub derives
it's name from a corruption of 'tracehorses', used to provide extra
power for coaches on the surrounding steep hills. An 18th century
country hotel, it provides accommodation in 12 en-suite rooms. Bar
meals lunchtimes and evening and restaurant meals at the weekends with
Sunday carvery. The central bar area has several seating areas and
rooms around it.
Telephone: 01756 760233
Popular town centre pub which can get busy at weekends. Two main rooms with large open fireplace in between.
Meals served all day throughout the week.
Families with children welcome. Beer garden. Sky and B.T. Sports. Free WiFi.
Telephone: 01756 790718
village pub beside the river Wharfe popular with both visitors and
locals. The Red Lion has many rooms radiating from it's central bar.
Children are welcome here. Real fires, accommodation and extensive beer
gardens. Meals available lunchtimes and evenings from extensive bar
menu. Disabled access. No shirt no service!
The Red Lion has a licence to hold wedding and civil partner ceremonies.
Telephone: 01756 720204
pub in Skipton town centre with outdoor seating overlooking the Leeds
& Liverpool Canal. The main bar has an interesting canal themed
stained glass window and old photographs of Skipton.
Small cricket themed room to the side.
Meals served lunchtimes and evenings.
Carleton in Craven
with a 1960's style main room that is brightly lit with cast iron stove
and large fireplace. Outdoor seating available. Takeaway meals
available as well as bar and restaurant meals. Function room available
for corporate events, weddings and parties. Children welcome until 8pm.
Open 17:00 - 23:00 Monday to Thursday, 12:00 - Midnight Friday and Saturday and 12:00 - 23:00 Sundays..
Telephone: 01756 794282
pub in the shadow of Kilnsey Crag dating from the 17th Century. Large
flag-stone bar with a wide choice of real ales. A la Carte and table d'hote menus
are available for the restaurant which can host functions for up to 45
people. The Kilnsey Show takes place outside outside the pub on the
Tuesday following every August Bank Holiday Monday.Accommodation is
available in it's eleven Yorkshire Dales themed rooms.
Telephone: 01756 753946
real gem. Small pub in lovely, isolated village in the heart of
Coverdale. This timeless quiet pub has a bar and a separate games room
to one side. Untouched by the hassles of 21st century life.
Accommodation provided in two rooms and has to be booked well in
It may be possible to camp in the field adjacent to the pub.
Open lunchtimes and in the evenings.
Telephone: 01969 640206
Century pub built three years into Queen Victoria's long reign. Two
bars which are heated by wood burning stoves, the small tap room and
the larger, lounge bar. A separate dining room. Accommodation is now
available, the rooms having undergone renovation. Camping is available
three-quarters of a mile up the road towards Malham. Meals served
lunchtimes and evenings.
Under new ownership as of 2016.
Telephone: 01729 830213
beneath Buckden Pike, the White Lion Inn is the highest pub in
Wharfedale. This traditional family run inn has been faithfully
restored to it's traditional form with beams, open fires and flag
stoned floors. 'Ringing the Bull' is played here.
Lion has eight en-suite bedrooms all with tea and coffee making
facilities. Well behaved dogs are welcome. The White Lion Inn is highly
recommended by CAMRA and other organisations.
Telephone: 01756 760262
more recent addition to the many pubs in this small Yorkshire town,
gateway to the Dales. The Woolly Sheep Inn offers nine en-suite rooms
from single to family rooms. Beers from Timothy Taylor.
Open all day from 10am. 1am licence Fridays and Saturdays.
Food served all day.
Telephone: 01756 700996
the Rose & Crown, this pub has undergone a major refurbishment and
now offers everything you want in a town centre pub whether it is good
dining, live music, live sports, entertainment and a good range of
Meals served 10:30 - 20:00 (18:00 Sundays) daily.
Quiz nights on Thursdays and Friday night is steak night.
Disabled access and free WiFi.
Telephone: 01756 793884