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The George Inn, Hubberholme - pub details

George Inn
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Address: Hubberholme, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5JE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24096) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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White Lion, Cray (1.0 miles), Buck Inn, Buckden (1.2 miles)

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Splendid pub but check opening times. 4 beers on handpump. Black Sheep bitter &Wharfdale Blonde permanent and 2 guests. When we visited Yorkshire Dales Askrigg & Naylors Velvet. Very popular for food but as we visited in the afternoon on the Buckden circular didn't sample but noted booked for the evening.
Rocky53 - 10 Oct 2015 18:51
Eat and drank here the day before Le Tour came through nearby. Landlord let us park and use the loos before we walked. Returned to a loverly pint of Velo and a ploughmans, our dogs were welcomed. Cant fault this place, superb location on the Dales way and good beer. Worth a visit as is the historic church opposite.
ian241 - 12 Oct 2014 14:19
Pub under new management, only nipped in for a quick pint before catching the bus from Buckden so can't comment on much other than the new management is keeping the pub open all day except Mondays.
graham2 - 2 Jun 2014 13:04
I’ve known this pub for the last 40 years and never been in. I clearly haven’t missed out. Prompted by the book ‘George & Me’. Set in the 50s it tells of happy times at the George, fine ales, good food and a friendly welcome. So feeling inquisitive we ventured out one recent Sunday for a spot of lunch and a drink. We arrived to a packed car park which is normally a good sign. The only problem was these were the cars of the morris dancers prancing in the rear yard with their brood taking up all the seats and tables. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against this ancient tradition however it does bother me a tad when I see 60+ year old men with flesh tunnels and an affliction against shampoo. We were abruptly informed ‘no food today’ by a grumpy member of staff. The eating area was chained off, leaving a bar seating area for a total of about 5, useless. So we just stayed for a quick drink outside. Whilst we were finishing our drinks the bar staff paraded through the few customers with trays of sandwiches and chips …… for the morris dancers, no food for customers though?!!? I think I reflect the views of many reviewers when I say the current management/landlord clearly has no idea how to run a business let alone a pub. The idea of bringing in an attraction (?) is surely to attract customers? You’re supposed to cater for your customers not irritate them. In summary, beer okay (Black Sheep Best), food (?), atmosphere non-existant, pub tatty, toilets neglected. This is fortunately not like so many other dales pubs, overall it was very disappointing.
judge_and_brewery - 11 Jun 2013 14:32
Lovely building, great location, and the beer was pretty good - just a bloody miserable welcome from a landlord who obviously revels in his dour demeanour.
Popped in on a Friday in March 2012 for a quick pint at 6pm, as we were staying nearby. Asked the landlord what time he closed, as we were planning to come back after supper - he told us that he 'shut when the place was quiet, or when the last person left', so couldn't confirm whether it'd be open when we returned 9pm, or not. This was shortly before turning away a party of 8 potential customers because they had a dog with them. Quite how you run a business on that basis, I struggle to understand.
Do yourself a favour and head to the White Lion at Cray - a really friendly welcome (from bar staff who actually appear to enjoy having customers), and great pub grub.
BatterseaBomber - 5 Mar 2012 15:07

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