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A warm and friendly Yorkshire welcome awaits you at this proper family run Inn. Next year will be our 30th at The White Swan and we have just about got things organised. From the moment you walk through the doors you'll feel at home. We aim to keep things simple and just let you relax ...Tom Parker Bowles reckons 'Every market town should have a White Swan' and the Daily Telegraph described us as 'God's own Country Pub' on a recent visit. If you read the reviews here you will get a flavour of what we are trying to do. We are an Inn with a lovely restaurant and 2 rosette food but not the plastic fine dining you find in many four star properties. Real food, real people, lovely rooms and great value for money.And by the way if you are not delighted I will give you your money back so long as you tell us at the time.Victor Buchanan - Owner
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Just stopped for a drink & gutted to have paid £12 for a large glass of wine
Don’t get caught like we did New Zealand Sauvignon nice but way overpriced
A little awareness from staff wouldn’t go a miss they were as shocked as we...More
I revisited this place again and was very pleased with the food there was a good choice nic3ly served and well presented highly recommended please give it a try it just shows how you can misjudge a place as my first visit was not as...More
A most comfortable place to stay with welcoming staff, real fires, a lovely warm room and very good food.
We had one of the Hideaway rooms located at the rear of the hotel with a parking space just outside the door. It felt more like...More
We always usually visit the Black Swan for Sunday lunch whilst at the 1940s War weekend. We booked this for a change, and were so happy we did. The weather was abysmal so I nipped and asked if we could eat earlier, we were told...More
This is a comforting and inviting place and the staff are welcoming and courteous. We ate here twice in our four days of holiday and would recommend the restaurant. However - and this really is just a personal observation/preference - the menu is a little...More