The Buck overlooks the village green, with views across the beautiful Swale Valley.The Buck offers 10 en-suite rooms, good food and a warm atmosphere you would expect from a Yorkshire Dales pub..
The Buck at Reeth was originally a coaching inn dating back to around 1760, situated at the bustling centre of the village where a toll was charged to passing travellers. There are many beautiful original features with the main bar having an aged beamed ceiling adorned with an interesting array of horse brass and weird door knockers. There is real living fire at the centre of the main bar and a genuine warm welcome from the staff. During the summer months there is seating in the sun to the front and ask about the secret walled garden.
They offer a selection of menus, ensuring that they are able to serve food throughout the day. Dogs are welcome throughout the bar, but not in the restaurant and function room. The bar is well stocked with a range of cask ales, beers, ciders, a comprehensive wine list alongside some lovely soft drinks.
The inn boasts 10 comfortable bedrooms. The rooms all feature an en-suite bathroom. complementary toiletries, fresh towels and linen, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, ironing facilities, flat screen TV and WiFi access. A delicious breakfast is included in the room price.