Stunningly located beside the River Wharfe in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this pub was built in the 1600s as a farmstead and still has flagstone floors, stone walls, mullioned windows and an open fire. To check if the bar is open, look for a lighted candle in the window. Beers are local, coming from the Black Sheep and Yorkshire Dales breweries. For lunch there’s soup, sandwiches and baskets of chips; the traditional choices for an evening meal are based on locally sourced produce; perhaps try a pie of the day or Barnsley chop, and sticky toffee pudding. Enjoy your drink on the terrace in the warmer summer months.
Closed: last 3 weeks January
Days closed: Tuesday
Opening times: 12–3 6–10.30 (summer all day 12–11)
Lunch: Wednesday to Sunday 12–2.30
Dinner: Wednesday to Monday 6–8 (excluding Sundays in winter)
Food and drink
Real ales available: Black Sheep, Yorkshire Dales, Theakston, local guest ales
Real ciders: Aspall
Credit cards accepted
Allowed in bar
From Skipton take B6265 to Threshfield. B6160 to Buckden. Follow signs for Hubberholme.