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Scotts Arms, Sicklinghall - pub details

Address: Main Street, Sicklinghall, West Yorkshire, LS22 4BD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38597) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Pannal (4.1 miles), Hornbeam Park (4.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 4 users)
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Railway Inn, Spofforth (1.5 miles), Castle, Spofforth (1.6 miles)

user reviews of Scotts Arms, Sicklinghall

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The Scott’s Arms features in the 2016 GBG so we choose to eat here on the way back from Ripon on a Sunday afternoon. This attractive main road pub has a small bar area with a large restaurant through to the right as you enter from the large car park.

Having checked the website that raves about the food we made a booking for lunch at 1.30pm and it was a good job we did as by 2pm there were no tables spare.

4 hand pumps with 2 regular ales which were Theakston’s Old Peculiar and Black Sheep Best Bitter along with 2 guests, these were Thwaites Wainwright & Timothy Taylor Landlord. My pint of Best was well kept and served.

The restaurant has low lit lighting, candles on every table, wooden beams and 2 large stone fireplaces at either end, one of these was lit and kept the large room warm.

Staff hurried around cleaning tables and serving food while the young bar man took food and drink orders. It’s a well oiled machine but maybe they need another bar person.

Good ale, good home cooked quality food and a nice location, the Scott’s is a good stop for lunch and / or dinner.
lezford - 23 Feb 2016 13:37
If you order the gammon, you have to choose between egg or pineapple. If you have both, 35p for the egg will appear on the tab. Apart from that, a decent, cosy, village pub. Good food, selection of ales plus a shop selling fudge, jam etc.
son_of_odin - 14 Mar 2011 07:43

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