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Stayed for 2 nights. Worn carpet on stairs and smelled of cigarettes and must. Room ok. Had meal 1st night was ok. Went to separate dining room for breakfast 1st morning at 8.30.No staff around. Sat in dark for 10 mins whilst other guest tried...More
Stayed here for one night bed & breakfast, whilst visiting the area. Staff very welcoming. Room was lovely, overlooking the church. Had drinks in the beer garden which had fantastic views of the dales. Pub interior was cosy and traditional. Advised after arrival that the...More
Stayed for three nights for a chilled getaway walking with our dog. All three of us were welcomed on arrival and shown to our room which was quaint and overlooked the church which was perfect. Room was clean, sheets pristine, lots of towels and tea/coffee...More
I came here from a less pleasant "Hotel" nearby (The one that get's its name from a place to take on passengers for a popular mode of transport on rails), this was a different experience alltogether. Good clean, well maintained room, polite, friendly, interested and...More
We stopped here for the last two nights of our holiday and stumbled upon a live music evening on Friday (excellent) and a 1940's event in Ingleton. The staff were very helpful, breakfast was fast and fresh and rooms had comfortable beds with free wifi....More
US$32 - US$58 (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"