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Woolly Sheep Inn, Skipton - pub details

Address: 38 Sheep Street, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1HY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8955) - 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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Rarely do you see all the Timothy Taylor beers in one place
ALBEERT - 18 Sep 2016 05:20
My final pub in Skipton was the Woolly Sheep, a Timothy Taylor pub. Entrance is along a corridor. There are three similar sized rooms, one behind the other with the bar itself split between the front two. Not all ales are available in the front room. There is also an outdoor seating area to the rear. TT ales were Landlord, Boltmaker, Golden Best, Ram Tam & Dark Mild. In addition, they had Reedley Hallows Filly Close Blonde & Moorhouses Witches Cauldron as guests. Traditional place that is one of the better options in the town. Seemingly popular with diners.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jul 2016 20:58
Stayed here for 2 nights on a Wednesday and Thursday in early July, a great choice for it's location, it appears in the 2016 GBG and its a Timothy Taylor pub.

5 of their ales on, Landlord, Golden Best, Boltmaker, Ram Tam & Dark Mild + 2 guest's, one from Ilkley I cannot remember what the other one was .

The pub is extremely well decorated and you can tell money has been spent on the interior, the front is a comfy lounge area with a small bar & large leather backed chairs while through to the rear is a more traditional bar area.

2 dining areas towards the rear are split level and serve good home cooked food, not cheap but the restaurant part does get booked up so it must be good.

At the back is a traditional courtyard with a covered decking area. The rooms are comfortable and reasonably priced.

A pub, restaurant and hotel all in one.
lezford - 17 Jul 2016 17:31
Busy (mainly food) pub with the drinkers area having a bit of a through other feel. Taylors landlord was bland but that is more to do with it being a mass produced beer methinks.
Snarling_Mallard - 13 Jun 2016 11:51
Way overpriced, beer fine and decent atmosphere but poor value for money.
MartynT - 29 Aug 2014 08:14

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