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Full Postal AddressFarmers Arms, Muker, RICHMOND, DL11 6QG [Map]
Telephone Number01748 886297Pub's Own Website 
Opening Times11-15, 19-23 (longer in summer) MO-SA; 12-15, 19-22:30 SU
FacilitiesCar Park, Evening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals, Quiet Bar, Campsite At / Near Pub


The Farmers Arms in August 1998

A remote traditional Dales pub with a strong local following as well as thirsty walkers. Its a simply furnished pub with a lot of character with an open fire and stone flagstones on the floor. It's the perfect place to relax after a hard days walking maybe to the Tan Hill Inn a few miles to the north. The pub is basically a large room with an 'L' shaped bar serving Theakston beers as well as Nimmos XXXX (abv 4.4%) brewed by Castle Eden in Hartlepool, County Durham.

Foodwise, they've a a good selection of snacks and meals ranging from baps at lunchtime only to steak pies, cheese and leek bakes and steaks available during the evenings as well. All are very reasonably priced and looked very tasty. If you want to stay near the pub the landlord owns a self-catering studio flat that you can book or they can point you in the direction of a very reasonably priced campsite half a mile to the west. There's also a number of holiday cottages and houses providing bed and breakfast available locally.




 
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