The Buck Hotel

The Buck Hotel, Reeth, Swaledale, North Yorkshire DL11 6SW   Telephone: 01748 884 210

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In the heart of the magnificent scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Buck at Reeth was originally a Coaching Inn dating back to around 1760, situated at the centre of the village where a toll was charged to passing travellers. There are many 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.

Bed and Breakfast en-suite accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales

The Buck is one of the Dales most popular hostelries and a favourite with locals. ‘Quality’ is the keyword. This is most important for guests where the bedrooms, food and ales have to be at their very best. The Buck achieved number six in the Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub from over 600 nominated pubs in 2012. Real ale specialists CAMRA have recommended the Buck in the 2013 Good Beer Guide - the only pub to be included in the Swaledale area. Talking of good beer, the Buck has also been awarded the 2013 Cask Marque for high quality real ales.

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The Buck Hotel overlooks the Village Green, with commanding views across the beautiful Swale valley. The Buck offers quality bed and breakfast with ten en-suite rooms, good food and an atmosphere you would expect from a Yorkshire Dales hotel.

Reeth is appreciated by visitors for its easy access to large amounts of unspoilt and varied landscapes. The Buck is the ideal base for walkers being on several popular routes including the c2c [Wainwright’s Walk], Inn Way and Herriot Country. This is also a haven for cyclists for both road and off-road activities. Le Tour de France 2014 actually goes passed the front door of the Buck as part of one of the biggest events of the year.