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The Royal Shepherd In, Skipton
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The Royal Shepherd In

9/10
171
Canal Street, BD23 1LB Skipton
British
Average price £25

The Royal Shepherd In

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Popular dishes

Chicken Liver Pate - The Royal Shepherd In

Chicken Liver Pate

£5.75

10oz Rump Steak - The Royal Shepherd In

10oz Rump Steak

£16.95

Restaurant menu

Chef Tom
Dietary optionsGluten free, Locally-produced, Nut allergies, Vegan dishes, Vegetarian dishes
The Royal Beef
£13.35
Filled with masses of beef with a jug of gravy, chips, salad & slaw.
The Royal Cajun Chicken
£12.25
Filled with masses of cajun spiced chicken, roasted tomatoes & peppers served with chips, salad and slaw
Chips
£3.05

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Reviews

9/10
Excellent171 reviews
9.2/10

Food

9.2/10

Service

8.2/10

Ambience

9-10

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1-2

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What diners said about this restaurant:

Excellent value for money
Short waiting time
Quiet

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Opening time
Open today

Monday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

How to get to the restaurant

Canal Street, BD23 1LB, Skipton, United Kingdom

Public transport

Skipton train station

Additional information

Coach street car park

About the restaurant

GETTING TO KNOW THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL SHEPHERD

The Royal Shepherd is the only pub in the country to have the name.

The pub is thought to have been named after George III at the beginning of the 19th century.

He was nicknamed Farmer George after creating model farms at Windsor, and The Royal Shepherd is thought to have been named in his honour in keeping with Skipton's agricultural and sheep farming connections.

a "charter" outlining its royal connections that used to hang on the wall but went missing when the pub was closed for several months in 2011.

THE HAUNTING OF THE ROYAL SHEPHERD INN!

The Royal Shepherd Inn, which has been haunted since 1782 by the ghost of John Southworth who was murdered there. As well as Molly Barker and her faithful dog, Tag, who still haunts the Canal path to this day

DINING WITH US

All our food is locally sourced and cooked to order by our chefs. keeping with traditional pub food values and serving some of the best homemade steak and kidney puddings, steak and ale pies and steaks in the area. All our meat is sourced from local butchers and farmers helping us give our customers the best quality food the area has to offer.

we have also gone the extra mile sourcing fresh fish delivered to us daily. Which our chefs creating some fantastic dishes on our daily specials board.

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