Category Archive: Dales Pubs

Feb 26 2012

The Maypole Inn – Long Preston

Right I’ll be honest, we must have passed the Maypole situated on the A65 dozens of times en route to numerous walks in the Yorkshire Dales, and I, somewhat unobservantly, have never noticed it. However today, we were walking from the small village of Long Preston, and as such got parked up pretty much outside …

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Feb 11 2012

The Station – Ribblehead (3rd Visit)

We were back on old stomping ground today, starting and finishing our walk in the shadows of the Yorkshire 3 peaks, at the Ribblehead viaduct. As such, at the conclusion of our walk, our watering hole had to be the Station Inn. Having reviewed this on a couple of occasions recently, there isn’t much more …

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Sep 24 2011

The Lion – Settle

It had been a while since we had been out wandering the hills, and as such it had been a while since we had a couple of snifters afterwards! The walk had been based around the little tourist trap that is Settle, so I was expecting a) somewhere rammed and b) somewhere rather expensive. Finishing …

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Aug 20 2011

The Helwith Bridge – Helwith Bridge

We had spotted the Helwith Bridge during our walk and we debated whether to stop for a quick pint en route, choosing not to for fear of us never leaving. As we neared the end of the walk in Horton, L’Autobus suggested that instead of going into a pub we had been in many times …

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Jul 30 2011

Tennant Arms – Kilnsey (2nd Visit)

After a prolonged break of four weeks without a walk, and in all honesty five weeks without a taxing walk, it was good to get out up in the hills again. And with it being a warm day we worked up quite a thirst, thus at just gone 11am we were in the Tennant Arms …

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