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Dyneley Arms, Pool in Wharfedale - pub details

Address: Otley Road, Pool in Wharfedale, West Yorkshire, LS21 1EE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39424) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Guiseley (3.3 miles), Menston (3.7 miles), Horsforth (3.9 miles)

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user reviews of Dyneley Arms, Pool in Wharfedale

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Sam Smith's pub on the corner of a busy junction. Overall the place us quite big with about 4 snug type areas (with a fire place in 3 of them) , a little room next to the bar and then another room. It has most of the Sam Smith's beers on. The pub itself has a bit of information about the pub (e.g. about the first publican of it) pictures of landscape and towards the back of the oub you get some good views of this area of Yorkshire. OBB was 2 pound, It was okay, well kept but had an odd, Apple like taste. Pure brewed lager very decent at 3 pound. It has an old feel to it but it's not worn or dated. Not sure if the food is good or not but from the menu it is well priced. Quite quiet on a Saturday afternoon but it is in an awkward spot. Good if you are getting a bus into Otley or towards Leeds and Headingley. Not a bad pub but not sure if it's one you'd have a night in, probably lacks locals and I'm not sure it gets busy on a weekend with drinkers, I could be chatting out my arse though. Definitely worth a pop in.
Wezzielad - 11 Nov 2017 15:29
This is a Samuel Smith pub that burnt down completely in 2002, but has fairly recently undergone a full reinstatement at vast expense. In fact it's just won a commendation in the Leeds Architecture Awards. It really is incredible how much money this very strange brewery is willing to lavish on just one fairly indistinguished pub. They've done a superb job though, using the finest materials, and the views are spectacular. So why is it completely empty at lunchtime midweek? Answer - a pathetic menu of microwave meals. Enough said!
bigjim778 - 16 Mar 2010 16:44

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