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The George is reputedly the favourite watering hole of the famous playwright and author JB Priestley, whose ashes were scattered at the adjacent St. Michael and All Angels Church. He described Hubberholme as the smallest, pleasantest place in the world. A favourite place. More information about the church...
Monday: 16.00 until 22.30
Wednesday- Sunday 12.00 until 22.30
Lunch Wed - Sunday 12.00 - 14.30
Dinner Wednesday to Monday 18.00 - 20.00
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Nestling beneath the rising fells of Langstrothdale, the inn stands in a stunning location
overlooking the infant river Wharfe.
This traditional Dales Inn with flagged floors, stone walls and mullioned windows is
the last remaining family owned free house in the parish of Buckden, Upper Wharfedale.
Comfortable accommodation, quality home cooked food, well kept cask beers from
Black Sheep and other primarily local breweries together with an excellent selection
of wines and Malts are on offer in our unique inn.
The George is centrally located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is ideal
for touring, cycling or walking being directly on one of the most popular of all
the walks - the Dales Way.
Well appointed and very comfortable En-suite Accommodation available in our 6 letting bedrooms. We have four rooms located in the main pub building on the first floor and two more rooms
in the coach house. Five rooms are en-suite. One of the coach house rooms is located on the ground floor and is more
suitable for those who cannot manage steps easily.
Enjoy the beauty of the Dales and then relax in our Traditional and Historic Dales Country Inn,
with excellent food and beer and a warm friendly welcoming atmosphere.
We welcome well behaved dogs in the bar and have one dog friendly letting room.
SPECIAL NOTICES and upcoming events from Ed and Jackie
Sunday 27th May Leeds Morris Men are dancing at The George from 12.00 noon . It is sure to be a fabulous occasion as always. Watch the Morris Men then have an excellent Sunday Roast. Make sure you book.
Bank holiday Monday 28th May our outside bar will be open (weather permitting) again from 14.30 until 17.00 - three pints of cask ale only £10
GIFT VOUCHERS Stuck for gift ideas - give your friends, family, loved ones the opportunity to dine or stay with us at a time of their choosing. Just call and we will arrange a bespoke voucher to be sent by post or email.
To all our customers- please be aware that as The George is very small and very popular it is always advisable to book a table if you are hoping to dine with us - especially on evenings. We would also advise that those of you who are walking and planning to have a drink at The George that during core service times and especially on Saturdays an,d Sundays we may have to request that you take your drinks outside due to booking and capacity constraints. For large groups it is especially important to give us advance notice of your plans to enjoy some excellent ales and hospitality at The George to ensure that we can do our best to accommodate you. Please be aware however that we have a lovely beer patio which is a real sun trap ( if shining !) where we are happy to serve food weather permitting.
Come and meet George of The George at the George - seen here ( at 18 months old ) relaxing on
his favourite fireside chair. You are sure of a warm welcome,
as are your dog friendly dogs.