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Devonshire Inn, Skipton - pub details

Address: 22 Devonshire Mews, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 2HR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10775) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Skipton (0.4 miles), Cononley (3.2 miles), Gargrave (4.2 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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A great friendly pub just off the High Street serving good beer and other drinks. Very definitely one of the best pubs in Skipton. The staff are young and very friendly and helpful. Open fires, the usual Wetherspoon's grub and a wide range of beers that's constantly changing. And best of all ten minutes from our front door!

crispinhj - 23 Jan 2018 18:35
The Devonshire is located in a rather imposing building and has plenty of space for seating over two large rooms and some smaller side rooms. Ales were Rudgate Ruby Mild, Daleside Bitter, Settle No. 3 Nine Standards Porter, Ruddles Best, Greene King Abbot, Naylors Yorkshire Ale & Sharps Doom Bar. It was the last day of the Wetherspoons cider festival and they still had Celtic Marches Status Quo Down Down, Hecks 1841 & Cornish Orchards Pear Cider. Clientele were the usual for Wetherspoons. It took one woman well over half an hour to collect all the dead glasses and plates and it wasn't that busy. It's always difficult finding a clean table in these establishments. But you know what you get.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jul 2016 20:54
Visited here on a market day so was busy, service was, however, good and there was a mixture of locals and tourists ( us). Choice of at least 3 ales, would definitely recommend this pub.
tophops - 11 Mar 2013 16:00
This has to be the best Wetherspoons pub I've been in but it still falls short of the quality from the likes of the Wooly Sheep and the Narrow Boat. Cheap real ale is a plus. Louts from Skipton and the surrounding area descending on it Fridays and Saturdays is the deal breaker.
wooly2708 - 11 Sep 2011 21:33
i found this spoons as one of the better ones.was served straight away which is not the case with jd pubs. the pint was excellent and was a local brew. at the bar was a list of the recent guest beers the pub had been in the pub show that the pub had always been a hotel/pub which i think makes better spoons than the retail conversions
forestwood - 17 Feb 2011 19:21

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