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The Buck Inn, Skipton

Postal town: Skipton
BD23 5JA
Phone: 01756761401
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Ian Mapp left this review about The Buck Inn

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 -

On 17th April 2016 - rating: 9
[User has posted 697 recommendations about 691 pubs]

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Will Larter left this review about The Buck Inn

Now reopened under new management after a fairly topsy-turvy recent history, the Buck is a welcome addition to Upper Wharfedale. A fine looking stone building, partly ivy-clad, there are two large rooms to the left on entering, with a corner of the bar available for serving. The main bar servery is in the public bar to the right, which has a slightly different character to the other rooms: more for locals than tourists, perhaps; certainly more for drinkers than diners. There was a fire burning in here, and at first we took our drinks to one of the other rooms as it wasn't a particularly cold night, but there were loudspeakers in there pumping out some dreadful 1970s Top of the Pops compilation, so we beat a hasty retreat and sat around the table in front of the fire: no music in here! Strangely, there's a double wrought iron gate which can be used to seal this room off from the remainder of the pub, though I can't imagine why it would be necessary.

On the bar are six hand pumps, two from Clarks of Wakefield - Classic Blonde and a house bitter; two from Theakstons - Old Peculier and Best Bitter; Timothy Taylor Landlord, and Copper Dragon Black Gold. The landlord described the latter to another customer as a chocolate stout, so I hope he wasn't too disappointed to find himself drinking a very nice dark mild. I've taken a point off for the music, but otherwise I would have no problem coming here again.

On 18th July 2012 - rating: 6
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David Ross left this review about The Buck Inn

We arrived here on 18 August 2010 intending to stay the night, but discovered that it had, very recently, closed. Hopefully, this is a temporary measure, as there are no other pubs in the village and Buckden is a popular stop on both the "Dales Way" and the "Inn Way" footpaths.

On 6th September 2010 - no rating submitted
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26th Jul 2020, 14:16
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26th Jul 2020, 14:16
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  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 28 August 2013 by aleand hearty
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 18 July 2012 by Moby Duck
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