The Talbot Arms, Settle
"CAMRA pub of the year - season summer 2018"
The Talbot Arms is located in the bustling market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. The pub is open all day and provides a large selection of real ales, home cooked food and a spacious beer garden. With home cooked food and large selection of real ales the Talbot Arms, Settle provides the perfect place to relax after a days walking or cycling in the stunning Yorkshire Dales. It also has the largest beer garden in Settle so when the sun decides to make an appearance it is the perfect place to escape.
Tony, Janette, Ethan & Harvey Clarke look forward to welcoming you to the Talbot Arms in Settle.
Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Settle is an ideal centre from which to explore the beautiful countryside full of waterfalls, caves and fells. The area is renown for its limestone scenery, overlooking settle is the imposing 300ft limestone crag, Castelberg a path leads to the top giving visitors and excellent view of Settle and the surrounding area.
The local area contains a number of interesting caves and waterfalls, Victoria cave is located in the hills above Settle; it notably contained prehistoric remains, Attemire cave is close by and numerous smaller caves. The waterfalls Scaleber foss and Caterick foss are worth seeking out. The Caves and waterfalls can all be reached by walks from Settle.
In the hills behind Settle are the fantastic shattered limestone tors called warrendale knots, leading to the impressive Attermire scar, further on the landscape changes as a fault is met and the underlying strata changes from limestone, to the gritstone Rye loaf hill. From the many vantage points on the hills can be seen Pen-y-ghent and Ingleborough of three peaks fame and Pendle hill in the south.
On Tuesdays Settle market place bustles with the weekly market, which attracts a wide variety of traders. The market place was originally the venue for livestock fairs. The market place itself is surrounded by some interesting buildings. The shambles with its arches contains shops and eating establishments and is surmounted by houses along the top and beneath are a row of businesses in the vaulted cellars. Originally the shambles was a medieval butchers and slaughterhouse. Settle town hall sits where the original toll booth was located, it contains the visitor information centre.
“Good traditional pub.”
Enjoyed our visit to this pub. Friendly welcoming atmosphere, people and beer. We would visit again next time we are in Settle...
Called in here hoping for a roast lunch however they don't do them so chose the gammon and chips with the melted stilton and pineapple chutney. Glad they didn't do the roast as the meal I had was fabulous ! Finished off with the mince pie with brandy butter and a coffee deal which was good value too. Will deffo...
we spent a few days in settle last week and ended up in the Talbot every night it was warm and welcoming and was the cheapest f the pubs in the village. it also had some greta guest beers on. we only had a snack to eat but from what i could see to was great food as well. They...
“You won't find a better pub in the area”
Great pub, excellent range of beers, take yer dog and kids, fire and no jukebox and classy but sensible pub food. The food is not average pub microwave and fried stuff. It's well done, very generous and caters for a broad range of tastes. The people who own the place are very bright, understand their customers and would do well...
“Great pub - friendly and good food”
Great local pub with good food and very friendly staff. Good beers on tap including local ones. Sometimes hard to get a seat at dinner time - but worth it when you do. Large beer garden too...
“Lovely food and local beer! ”
We were recommended this by the people we were staying with. The service was friendly and the food first rate. Settle has quite a few places to eat so there is more competition than you'd get in a place like Malham. So, the food is reasonably priced and the service is friendly. There is arrange of local beer. I liked...
“Fine, traditional pub - with good food.”
Walkers and well-behaved dogs and children are all welcome. An excellent beer garden round the back. And a great open fire for when the weather is character-building. Interesting range of local beers, and substantial, locally-sourced meals at sensible prices. Relaxed, friendly staff. About 50/50 locals and visitors.