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Cock and Bottle, Skipton - pub details

Address: 30 Swadford Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1RD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13102) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Skipton (0.3 miles), Cononley (3.2 miles), Gargrave (4.1 miles)

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The Cock & Bottle was fairly quiet on my Sunday evening visit. The landlord was quite friendly. He was serving some particularly hot pork scratchings to one guy seemingly taking a challenge that he could eat the lot. The main bar area is quite large. There is a snug at the front and an outdoor area at the side that stretches to the rear. Ale selection was reasonably good - Black Sheep Best Bitter, Elland Beyond The Pale, Settle No. 1 Nine Standards & Wychwood Hobgoblin. A fairly decent start to my Skipton crawl.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jul 2016 20:22
It's OK for a visit on a pub crawl, but I doubt I'd stay here all night. Some decent beers and good old fashioned feel to it. Not terribly busy though for a Saturday night.
twohalves - 26 Jun 2012 19:41
This can be a good place to go. 17C interior, usually well presented wide selction of Real Ales. BUT the beer is very expensive (2.50 for my pint of Wharfedale 4.5% today) and one or two of the staff have a tendency to give less than a full pint, even allowing for the northern preference (so called) for a head. As pub it's pleasantly old-fashioned, two coal fires in winter, usually friendly staff. Worth a visit, not a stay, I think.
Greywolf - 29 Nov 2007 16:55
A fairly small pub very close to Skipton's town centre. They had three real ales on cask. The beer was mediocre and a little on the expensive side. It was crowded and actually fairly noisy when I went. Not bad for a quick pint but I wouldn't fancy spending hours in there.
ukteq - 11 Mar 2007 23:28
Descent enough town boozer with a varied choice of real beer
alewhale - 16 Apr 2006 18:12

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