We visited this pub in February and had a lovely time. Dave on the bar was a delight and the pies were to die for. We went back for a visit to find poor Dave and his wife had been pushed out by the owners...More
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Very disappointing. The pub wasn't clean, under-staffed perhaps although it wasn't busy. Got the impression it was running on a shoe-string. Food was low-standard pub-grub. Beer OK. Not inclined to return even if there are very few alternatives within walking distance.
Grotty and tired decor. 'Welcomed' (and I use the term loosely) by a slovenly barman. Given grotty food-stained menus. God knows why we didn't leave at this point. 2 of us ordered burgers which were quite frankly vile, but the chips were good. . Meat...More
Visited here on a Sunday afternoon and was welcomed with lovely staff, locals and great food. Tom and Dave are great hosts to everyone that came in, knew most of the orders before they even asked and were good with the kids in the pub...More
Hoping for live music as advertised but didn't happen. Pleasant enough and a local boozer but left after one drink to resume at the Dalesam Inn. Bar staff at the Red Lion were clueless.
Dave and Thea, really give you a warm welcome. There is a good and varied menu as well as a wide variety of real ales and wines. All this with a real roaring fire and even treats for the dog, give this Dales pub a...More
As we found ourselves alone on Christmas Day for the first time in many years, we decided to make a late booking for Christmas dinner at the Red Lion, which is our local and just round the corner from where we live. At 40 pounds...More
Just call in for refreshment very busy lovely cosy pub nice big roaring fire we didn't eat but the food looked good staff very friendly
Visited the Red on a random day out. Walked in to a lovely welcome from one of the managers, Dave, so welcoming to everyone. Our dog even got some treats! The food, cooked by Daves partner and other manager Thea was beautiful. Home made mushroom...More