For some of the best fare, ale and fun in Skipton, The Woolly Sheep is where you need to be heading. This is one of the most friendly and welcoming spots in town and whether you’re staying overnight or just in for lunch or dinner, the team here will go above and beyond to make you feel totally at home. The menu is loaded up with British classics and whether you’ve a hankering for fresh fish and chips or a housemade pie with all the trimmings, The Woolly Sheep Inn has got you covered. Located on Sheep Street in the town centre, this spot deserves a reservation and a visit as soon as possible.
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Lovely food. Really enjoyable Sunday lunch. Will go again soon
The room was small but big enough and was beautiffully finished and decorated. Very light and modern. I would definitely recommend to others and return myself.
Lovely gammon Sunday roast, friendly staff and a good atmosphere in the pub. Will definitely be coming back!
So, as you’d expect from a gastropub in Skipton’s town centre, The Woolly Sheep has some of the most hospitable service going. The team here are passionate about what they do and go above and beyond to make you feel like you’re part of the family. The Woolly Sheep also offers a cosy and relaxing interior dining room, perfect for enjoying a tipple or two or a fully fledged meal, as well as an outdoor terrace that’s ideal for whiling the day away in the sunshine.
We recommend kicking your meal off with a breadboard to share, brimming with homemade bread, marinated slaw, garlic butter, olive oil and balsamic reduction – ideal for a few people, this one. Then, there’s plenty of British pub classics like sausages and mash, pan-fried venison rump, slow-cooked lamb stew and plenty more besides. The Woolly Sheep also does its utmost to source local, high-quality produce and the meat all comes from R&J Finest Butchers. So pay this town centre favourite a visit and tuck into some quality British fare. You’ll find it along Sheep Street – reserve your spot today!