The dog-friendly Buck Inn is situated on the main crossroads in the village of Reeth and benefits from sweeping views over the beautiful Swale valley.
Originally an 18th Century coaching inn, the Buck today welcomes walkers with their dogs, visitors with their families, cyclists with their bikes and locals alike with easy Yorkshire charm. The bar is steeped in history and its traditional oak beams and myriad of shining horse brass combined with a roaring log fire throughout the winter months ensure there’s a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. In the summer, there’s a terrace which we hear is a bit of a sun trap, as well as a secret walled garden which can be hired out for private functions.
The pub is listed on CAMRA so you can look forward to trying a range of locally brewed ales. There’s also a good selection of beers, ciders and spirits as well as a carefully put together wine list and plenty of soft drinks. Dogs are welcome in the bar area and you’ll probably meet the resident Labrador during your visit.
The food menu is varied and offers plenty to tempt a hungry visitor no matter what time of day you’re visiting. There’s a good children’s menu available and even a take away should you just be passing through the village.
The 10 en-suite bedrooms are spacious and full of charm with far-reaching views over the Yorkshire Dales. They include everything you might need for a night’s stay so you can relax knowing that you’re in for a peaceful night’s sleep.
Reeth is located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. Extremely popular with walkers and cyclists, there are plenty of options for walks or rides from the pub itself. Richmond and Bolton Castles are a short drive away, as are the impressive Asygarth Falls.