As Reeth's oldest surviving Inn The Black Bull is where the locals like to frequent. Come and join us for a warm Yorkshire Dales welcome.
|Dating from 1680 the Black Bull, with its delightful period features, is Reeth's oldest surviving Inn. Overlooking the expansive village green with stunning views of Swaledale, this beautiful old hostelry provides comfortable accommodation and a wide variety of foods freshly prepared by our in house Chefs.|
|A fine selection of real ales and quality wines are offered in our traditional bar, while regular live music and special events contribute to the friendly atmosphere which attracts locals and visitors alike.|
Dog and child friendly (sorry no other types of animals allowed) we pride ourselves on offering a friendly and efficient service; showcasing the best of local produce in our menus, as well as an extensive range of wines and cask ales. A traditional pub complete with flag stone floors, exposed beams and roaring fires in winter. For those wishing overnight accommodation our well appointed en-suite rooms, most with stunning views of Reeth and Swaledale provide a peaceful and charming place to stay.
Reeth, Swaledale and the surrounding area have much to offer people of all ages and interests. Including hiking, cycling, photography & arts, as well many other activities.
Visit the historic castles of Richmond, Castle Bolton and Jervaulx Abbey. Travel west over Tail Brigg to the market town of Kirkby Stephen, south over the Buttertubs Pass to Hawes or north over Stang to Barnard Castle.
Situated on the Coast to Coast walking route we are ideally suited for weary legs to rest and re-fuel ready for the next leg of their trip.