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Buck Inn, Buckden - pub details

Address: Buckden, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5JA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13873) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Smashing pub. Theakstons and I would say the pint of the whole Inn Way - a weeks walking through the dales, stopping at 26 pubs over 6 days :-)

Lovely staff - great food - XB recommended.

Some photos at my walking blog - http://mappiman.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/110416-day-1-on-yorkshire-dales-inn-way.html
Mappiman - 17 Apr 2016 20:25
Great stop if your on the Dalesway walk, Friendly helpful landlord serving a good range of ales. TV in second bar but does not bother you in the rest of the house.
shoreleaf - 16 May 2015 09:14
My partner and I had sunday lunch here today after a 3 hours walk up Buckden Pike and from entering to leaving 1 hour later it was a most pleasing experience. A warm welcome at the bar was complemented by friendly and efficient service at the table. The bar is very well stocked with a range of real ales. A couple of Theakston's on tap, including Cooper's Butt of which I had a pint. Very good it was, too. Others that I remember were two from Caledonian Brewery and Deuchars IPA. I'm sure there was at least one more but can't recall what. The Sunday roast was delicious and plentiful, including TWO big Yorkshires, a mix of beef, pork & ham and some of the tastiest veg I've ever had. There's a BIG screen TV where a chap was watching the Spurs/Arsenal game, but it is in a separate room (looked very comfortably furnished) and so doesn't intrude on those who prefer a more traditional pub experience. Clearly, this place has been completely turned around since the new proprietors moved in last summer. We shall certainly be back before too long.
MrWensleydale - 3 Mar 2013 19:18
Popped in for a pint as part of a long walk on a Saturday evening in March 2012.
Looks picture-postcard-perfect on the outside, overlooking a small green - but it turned out to be thoroughly depressing on the inside. Fake wood-panneling from the 1970's, artex-ed walls, TV in the middle of the bar blaring out the Weakest Link, no fire lit despite it blowing a gale outside. Gents toilet out-of-order because the bulb was bust. No food being served.
Had an alright pint of Timothy Taylor, to be fair. But the whole place had a feeling that it was on its arse and no one could be bothered to try and resucitate it.
BatterseaBomber - 5 Mar 2012 14:55
Called on Saturday 30th July-the day after reopening-they had run out of real ale!
Large blackboard menu,but they weren't doing food.
It might have been more sensible if they had got their act together before opening rather than launching at "half cock" and putting people off.
huntforbeer - 1 Aug 2011 09:24

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