Our pub of the week goes to the Narrow Boat in Skipton. A great pub, situated just off the canal basin in Skipton, "The Narrow Boat" is named after the type of craft which currently use the adjacent Leeds - Liverpool Canal.
The pub opened in March 1999 and is located on Victoria Street, a cobbled alley linking the town centre with the canal basin.
Until August 2006, The Narrow Boat was a cosy, small tavern. However, in early 2006, the adjacent premises were acquired and the tavern's size effectively doubled, whilst retaining the original intimate ambiance for which the tavern is renowned.
The original upstairs gallery area with its unique historic canal mural remains unchanged as a quiet haven from the busy downstairs bar area.
If you fancy savouring a perfect pint of Okell's you have the choice of ....
Take a look at the Narrow Boat's website to find out more.