The Slaters Arms in the lovely village of Bradley, Near Skipton is a little jewel.
A very cosy pub with roaring fires and a jovial mine host.
A wide selection of ales, lagers spirits and (great for the ladies or those who don't like beer) a fantastic selection of fine wines.
The food is to die for, sourced locally as much as possible and kept to a reasonable price, wonderfully sized portions. Traditional roasts, fine dining, superb sweets, all tastes are catered for here.
A busy, buzzing pub on the special nights, quizzes, entertainment etc, Lovely for lunch or dinner.
Loads of parking around the side and back. A great long beer garden with tables at the rear with views across the valley. A real sun trap in the summer months.
Well worth a visit, I don't think you will be disappointed.
There is a very good reason that only people from outside the village come to this pub - it did once serve the local community but since Phil has run the pub he has acted like lord of the manor and slags people off to bar staff as they walk in - not a popular man in the village and a the village can't until he leaves. His wife tries to be friendly but he has really ruined what was once the hub of the community - what a shame:( So please people from outside the village do us locals a favour & don't give this pub your business
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