Lovely spot with a wonderful view of the Dales from our table. The lounge was very cozy. Excellent steak and ale pie.
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The staff were friendly and welcoming, the inn is quirky, quaint and comfortable and the food was absolutely delicious! It was lovely to see dishes on the menu that you aren't going to see everywhere else. I struggled to choose my main course as there...More
The food was delicious, and we were made to feel like welcome guests rather than merely customers. I recommend it highly.
We called in for lunch en route to Lancaster not realising it was alcohol free (though you can take your own) We had delicious home made pie, veg and gravy with a soft drink for £7.50. The interior is like stepping back in time with...More
We had a very nice sandwich lunch after a morning walk to the Cautley Spout Waterfall. I unwittingly left my writing case behind. When we went back for it a couple of days later, it was waiting for me and friendly returned. Thank you once...More
Stopped here for tea and cake whilst walking. There was a pleasant walk to the nearby waterfall and our group of 4 received a warm welcome and very good choice of tasty cakes.
This was our second visit and just like last time, it didn't disappoint. We were seated in the conservatory area at the rear with lovely views of the hills. Three courses tends to be too much for us so we opted for mains and puddings....More
We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and the ambiance. Friendly staff, a lovely roaring fire in the lounge all gave a very relaxed and pleasant experience. We will definitely go again.
10 friends away for a weekend reunion, we booked into the cross keys, we'd been before and loved the quaint and quirky restaurant, the staff are so friendly and helpful. This time did not disappoint as always the food is fresh home cooking, served with...More