Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Middleham including Richard the Third, Sandpiper Inn, The White Swan Hotel and Restaurant, Blue Lion, The Wyvill Arms, The Cover Bridge Inn Restaurant, The Golden Lion Hotel, The Three Horseshoes, The Black Bull, The Old Horn Inn
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4 based on 66 reviews
The Old Horn Inn is under new ownership and management. Since Easter 2019 we have been stocking local ales and providing home cooked food using locally sourced ingredients. We are dog friendly. Now open for light Lunches, evening meals and Sunday Lunch. W
Well I donât know what a previous trip advisorâs problem was, but there are some who donât always quite get Yorkshireâs dry humour. The carrot and ginger soup was awesome, oven baked cod with avocado, prawns with white wine cheese and home made apple with tangerine crumble need I say more. None of this bought in, family pub chain heat up a meal stuff going on here. Exceptional food and to be fair just two beers on but they were good ones. More a locals pub but there were plenty of visitors in enjoying their meals ( the fish barely fitted on the plates). Good value and company, though you do have to go out and find this one.
4 based on 36 reviews
Laidback Yorkshire Dales Pub with great local food and ales, friendly staff and regulars and an open fire.
One of four pubs in the square at Middleham and just as good as the other 3. It was a Monday evening when we went in and it was quiet but people were friendly. Its a small bar with 2 small rooms and seating outside at the front. It was so peaceful sat outside enjoying a beer. They also do food and parking is free and available on the square.
4 based on 212 reviews
Traditional country inn with flagged floors and low beams.
We visited The Three Horseshoes whilst on a visit to the White Rose Candle wokshop next door.The inside of the pub is light, open plan and suitable for bringing your dog. All of the staff were friendly throughout our visit, especially when it came to fussing over our dog.There's a nice selection of local ales on sale, most notably the Wensleydale Brewery.The food is of a very good quality. I decided to have a Bacon Bap with Chips on this occasion and the bacon tasted of a very high quality rather than mass produced fare.The only concern expressed by the people in my party about the lunch was the size of the portion which was very large and unexpected. (They had the Hot Beef and Onion Baguette with Chips). One of the party suggested having a two tier approach due to the size of the baguette with the current of option with chips and a slightly cheaper option without chips.The Three Horseshoes is a nice pub in a lovely village which is ideal to visit as part of a wider tour of the Dales region whether you're travelling by car, like we did, or on foot. (There was a leaflet available promoting circular walks of various distances with the pub as the focus).
4 based on 101 reviews
Our beautiful Grade II listed 1850's hotel is family run Offering a warm Dales welcome you can relax with a pint of locally sourced real ale and high quality bar food. The restaurant offers a traditional Sunday lunch alongside a more extensive evening men
Nothing fancy, just simple, tasty fresh, honest food. This is a lesson in how to run a bar/restaurant - friendly, attentive and very efficient.Fantastic, Thank you so much and hopefully we will see you again very soon!
4 based on 116 reviews
Heartbroken to hear this wonderful place is up for sale. It is a favourite with locals and tourists Winter months you find welcoming fires and summer sees the beautiful beer garden by the riverside full of people enjoying the views The welcome you receive is always friendly Often the lunchtime visit will see you sharing the bar with walkers and dogs We came for dinner on Friday night with two friends at 6:30 The bar was absolutely jam packed (as was the car park) Both rooms were full and the noise of people laughing and chatting was just lovely. We had booked a table in the little dining room so claimed that before heading back to the barGreat choice of good beers beautifully kept We opted for Theakstons and Timothy Taylor - Both go very well with the famous ham egg and chips which 3 of us had and one of us had the home made pie and chips Absolutely delicious as always. If you want to experience a real dales pub with proper food instead of the standard sterile mediocrity then this is the place to visit.
4 based on 290 reviews
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Stopped in for lunch and bowled over by the menu and service. Just off the road but restaurant has southerly aspect and large car park. Great food and decent pint.
4 based on 447 reviews
Visited the Blue Lion last Saturday to celebrate my birthday.Had the fixed lunch menu which was ideal and delicious, the staff were very attentive and with a roaring fire all led to a relaxing and enjoyable occasion.Even though the pub was very busy with visitors , shooting parties and locals this all gave an impression of country life at its best .For what we had the bill was more than reasonable and I can recommend the Blue Lion to anyone out this way for lunch or dinner.
4 based on 232 reviews
Stayed in Middleham for a long weekend and pre booked a table for two on NYE. Canât fault the food- very good. Staff were friendly but clearly understaffed which was surprising given the number of pre booked tables. Luckily we didnât want the steak or salmon as both had ran out before 7. 30pm. We enjoyed the food but were lucky we had an early table. I imagine those after us waited some time due to poor planning which doesnât reflect the efforts of front of house staff who were only too willing to help.
4 based on 623 reviews
We stayed overnight, as well as dining, at the Sandpiper Inn and found it faultless.On arrival, before opening time, we phoned and were promptly met at the front door and shown to our room. Details of our dinner booking were confirmed, as well as the time that breakfast is served, which was reassuring. The room was comfortable, decorated in keeping for a quality country inn, relatively spacious and had fine views over neighbouring properties to countryside beyond. Mandy provided a friendly greeting at the bar and, in fact, everything front of house. She also kept us informed throughout in relaxed and reassuring fashion. This reassurance extended to dealing with our inquiries about gluten-free food with all the information at her fingertips.It was a Tuesday evening and both bar and restaurant were busy without being noisy; in every respect it was a comfortable place to be. Each course at dinner was a delight and exceeded our expectations. The food was attractively presented, interesting without being too challenging and perfectly prepared. We tried a wine from Portugal that was new to the wine list and loved it; what a great recommendation and served at just the right temperature. The young waiting staff didn't put a foot wrong.Despite the room being over the bar and entrance onto the street, we were not disturbed by noise at all. The bed was a standard double; we thought perhaps a larger bed might be more comfortable but we slept well - even missed our alarm! Breakfast was just right - delicious and wholesome without being too heavy. Again, Mandy's service was spot on and she also handled check-out. In passing, she mentioned that the double beds are being replaced with king size - so our only improvement idea is already in hand. We felt that the pricing was very reasonable. It was not a 'budget' stay but taking the price and quality together, we knew we'd like to come back again, and soon.
4 based on 445 reviews
We only called in for coffee whilst driving to Alnwick but I am glad we chose the Richard III Hotel. It is an interesting, old-fashioned pub with a distinct leaning towards the Sport of Kings as the rooms contain a lot of horse racing memorabilia. The welcome was friendly, even though we were only having coffee, and the service was quick and efficient. The coffee was good and, looking at the menu, there seemed to be a good choice of meals. Hopefully, next time, we will have more time and be able to try the cuisine.
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