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All reviewsthe pubbelly porkvillage churchsteak and kidney puddingpennine wayfriendly local pubpopular with localswater bowlpleasant eveningcanal towpathhome cooked foodwarm welcomewell worth a visitfeel very welcometwo nightscar parkbooked a table
This pub/restaurant was visited by utter chance. Out for a drive in the country, we stopped at a pub in Hellifield only to find they didn't do lunchtime food. Shame, really ; it looked a good menu . The barman had the good grace to...More
Chose this as a reasonably priced inn near where we needed to be for a couple of nights. The room was a little on the small side and a bit gloomy (v small windows) but had a secure entrance separate from the main establishment. There...More
We stayed here for one night while walking the Pennine Way booked for us by Macs Adventures.
We stopped here after our longest walking day and after five tough walking days, arriving weary and needing R&R.
We had a quiet upstairs room in the Annexe...More
We had a great lunch here on our narrowboat holiday. Several very very good pints of Tim Taylor Boltmaker for me with my wife restraining herself on Thatchers cider. I had the King Prawns and Roll Mo Herring platter and it was divine. My wife...More
We stayed at the Mason's Arms for two nights last week while visiting the Dales, and immediately felt at home.
It's a friendly, welcoming pub with good, well-kept beers and an excellent reputation for food. We ate in the pub both evenings and also had...More