Ryedale area pubs

Last updated 25 March 2014

Ryedale district area covers pubs in towns and villages to the far north of the York CAMRA branch area. To help you decide where to visit, we’ve listed the pubs below in alphabetical order. We have included opening times, meal times (if applicable) and links to help you find more information about the pub. All the information about the pubs is gathered by York CAMRA volunteers. If you find any of the details are wrong or out of date then please let our Pubs Officer know on pubs@york.camra.org.uk.

Appletree Inn, YO62 6RD
(01751) 431457
Bay Horse, Main Street, YO17 9LJ
Opening hours: closed Mon; 12-3, 6-11; 12-11 Sun
Food: closed Mon; 12-2.30, 6.30-9.30; 12-2.30, 6.30-9 Sun
Classic Village pub. Hold occasional Beer Festivals.
(01653) 658302
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Black Swan, Main Street, YO61 4BL
Food: 6-9 Mon-Wed; 12-2, 6-9 Thu-Sat; 12-2.30, 6-9 Sun
(01347) 868387
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Black Swan, Market Place, YO62 5BJ
(01439) 770466
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Blacksmiths Arms, Main Street, YO60 7NE
Opening hours: closed Mon; 12-11.30
Food: 12-2.30, 5.30-8.30
This 300-year old pub is an interesting mix of old and new. A roaring log burner sits in a brick inglenook next to a traditional bread oven, while the furnishings are more contemporary. Separate smart dining areas.
(01653) 619606
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Blacksmiths Arms, Malton Road, YO17 6SQ
(01653) 693629
Blacksmiths Arms, Anserdale lane, YO62 6TN
Opening hours: 11.30-11.30
Food: 12-4.45, 6-11; 12-4.45 Sun
Pretty stone inn in a conservation village opposite St Mary's Church, famous for its 11th-century crypt. The interior comprises a cosy bar with a York range lit in winter, a snug and two dining-rooms. Excellent quality food, including local game, is served alongside changing interesting guest beers, usually from independent breweries. A secluded beer garden is to the rear. This remote pub is popular with locals, walkers and shooting parties. Twice winner of York CAMRA Country Pub of the Season.
(01751) 417247
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Blacksmiths Country Inn, YO18 8EN
(01751) 417331
Buck, Wreltoncliffe Road, YO18 8PJ
(01751) 477144
Carlton Inn, YO7 2BW
(01845) 501265
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Carpenters Arms, YO7 2DP
Opening hours: 12-Nov
Food: 12-2.30, 5.30-9.30; 12-3, 5.30-8.30 Sun
Part of the Provenance Inn chain, the pub has been extensively refurbished and extended in recent years, with the development of 8 garden letting rooms. Traditional bar area for drinkers and informal dining.
(01845) 537369
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Coach House Inn, YO18 8SD
(01751) 417208
Creswell Arms, YO17 6PG
(01653) 693647
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Cross Keys, YO17 9TG
Opening hours: 6-11; 12-3, 6-11 Fri & Sat; 12-3, 7-11 Sun
Evidence of activity in Thixendale has existed for 10,000 years, and this single-room hostelry appears on a map dated 1851. At the heart of 16 dry valleys, it is popular with walkers, including those on the Wolds Way and, though remote, is well worth seeking out. The 2 guest beers come from independent breweries and are usually not more than 4% ABV. Children are welcome in the beer garden. Good-value, traditional food is served. Accommodation is in the adjoining converted stable. Will open normally closed lunchtimes in winter by arrangement.
(01377) 288272
Crown, YO62 6UA
(01751) 415343
Crown & Cushion, Main Street, YO60 7DZ
Opening hours: 12-3, 5-11; 12-11 Fri-Sun
Food: 12-2.30, 5.30-9.30; 12-8 Sun
Situated near Castle Howard in the Howardian Hills area of natural beauty, this village inn retains its traditional layout with a wooden-floored bar , plus a cosy lounge with a roaring log fire for cooler months. Additionally there is a small drinking area and a separate restaurant. Up to three regularly changing guest beers are offered and delicious meals are served, often including locally-caught game when in season. A pleasant rear garden includes a heated patio area for smokers.
(01653) 618777
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Fairfax Arms, Main Street, YO62 4JH
(01439) 788212
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Fauconberg Arms, YO61 4AD
Opening hours: 10-midnight
Food: 10-2.30, 6.30-9
Named after the aristocratic patron of Laurence Sterne who wrote part of Tristram Shandy (not what you think!) at  a cottage in the village which can still be visited in summer. Befitting the literary link the pub hosts frequent cultural events and its eight bedrooms provide a charming base for exploring the area . Whilst this historic hostelry merits a visit for itself the rotating guests (up to three) feature interesting local brews such as Hambleton and Wold Top in what remains a traditional drinkers pub.
(01347) 868214
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Feathers, Market Place, YO62 5BH
(01439) 770275
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Feversham Arms, YO62 7LF
(01751) 433206
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Feversham Arms, High Street, YO62 5AG
(01439) 770766
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Forresters Arms, The Square, YO61 4AH
Opening hours: 11-Nov
Food: 12-2.30, 6-9
A country pub in the centre of Kilburn. The bar, lounge and dining room are mainly furnished with items from the nearby workshops of Mousey Thompson. Traditional pub food is available and there is a specials board offering restaurant food. Outside at the front is a seating area that faces a cobbled square, and there is a covered smoking area at the rear. The White Horse at Sutton Bank is nearby.
(01347) 868386
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Fox & Hounds, Main Street, YO62 6SQ
(01751) 431577
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George & Dragon, Market Place, YO62 6AA
(01751) 433334
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Golden Lion, Barugh Lane, YO17 6UZ
(01653) 668242
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Grapes, YO17 6TU
(01653) 669166
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Grapes, Railway Street, YO62 4AL
(01653) 628229
Half Moon, YO17 9RG
(01653) 658232
Hambleton Inn, YO7 2HA
(01845) 597202
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Hare Inn, YO7 2HG
(01845) 597769
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Hawnby Hotel, YO62 5QS
(01439) 798202
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Jolly Farmers, Main Street, YO17 9SA
Opening hours: 5.30-midnight; 5-1am Fri; 12-1am Sat; 12-midnight Sun
Seventeenth-century pub on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds between York and Malton. The multi-room interior retains old world cosiness in two small bars, games/family room and separate dining room. Community focussed with cinema nights, meetings, charity events, darts and quiz leagues, occasional live music and beer festivals. Varied guest beers from independent breweries. Extensive menu of quality food including locally caught game dishes in season - no food on Monday or Tuesday evenings.
(01653) 658276
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Kings Head, High Market Place, YO62 6AT
(01751) 431340
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Lion Inn, YO62 7LQ
Opening hours: 10-11; 10-midnight Fri & Sat
Food: 12-Oct
In an isolated position above Rosedale and Farndale, this is the highest pub in the North Yorkshire Moors. The area is steeped in history, from ancient crosses to 19th-century iron workings. This historic inn has offered food, drink and shelter for well over 400 years. The heavily beamed and bare-stone-walled interior has several interconnected seating areas and a separate restaurant with several roaring fires in winter. Weston's Old Rosie scrumpy is also available
(01751) 417320
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Malt Shovel, Main Street, YO62 4LF
Opening hours: 11.30-2, 5.30-11; 11.30-2, 5.30-midnight Sat; 11.30-11 Sun
This eighteenth century pub has a cosy, heavily beamed, traditional bar area divided into small sections at the front with a separate wood panelled dining room to the rear.
(01653) 628264
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Malt Shovel, YO62 5XT
(01439) 788461
Moors Inn, YO62 6TF
Opening hours: 11-11; 10-midnight Fri & Sat; 11.30-10.30 Sun
Food: 12-2.30, 6.30-8.30
A traditional country pub, situated a couple of miles north of the A170 between Pickering and Kirbymoorside. Winner of York CAMRA country pub of the season in Spring 2011.
(01751) 417435
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New Inn, YO18 8HH
Opening hours: 11-11; 11-midnight Fri & Sat
Food: 12-2, 5.30-9; 12-3, 5.30-9 Fri-Sun
The Great Yorkshire Brewery tap (formerly Cropton Brewery), this is a family-run pub on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.  An attractive stone building, it is a perfect base for walking and cycling, offering good food in the bars, conservatory or restaurant, and B&B or camping accommodation. With up to six of the well-regarded Great Yorkshire ales, it doesn't get more LocAle than this. A legendary beer festival is held every November, plus a music festival in summer.
(01751) 417330
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Orchard Inn, Low Street, YO61 4QA
(01347) 868007
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Plough, Main Street, YO62 7RW
(01751) 431356
Queens Head, Main Street, YO17 6TL
(01653) 693630
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Rose & Crown, Sampson Hill, YO62 7RD
(01439) 771247
Royal Oak, Church Street, YO62 5US
(01439) 748271
Royal Oak, 15 Market Place, YO62 5BL
(01439) 770450
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Royal Oak, Main Street, YO62 7HX
(01751) 431414
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Star, High Street, YO62 5JE
(01439) 770397
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Stone Trough, YO60 7JS
Opening hours: 12-Nov
Food: 12-2.30, 6-9; 12-9 Sat; 12-6 Sun
Set in a stunning location overlooking the Derwent Valley and Kirkham Abbey. Cosy, beamed bar, small snug, pool room, separate large dining room: popular for food.
(01653) 618713
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Sun Inn, YO62 6RH
(01751) 431051
Sun Inn, Spout House, TS9 7LQ
(01439) 798206
White Horse, West End, YO62 4DX
(01439) 788378
White Horse Farm, Chimney Bank, YO18 8SE
(01751) 417595
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White Swan, 4 Church Street, YO62 6AZ
Opening hours: 4-midnight; 4-1am Fri; 12-1am Sat; 12-midnight Sun
Usually have a selection of up to 5 real ales
(01751) 431041
White Swan, East End, YO62 4DA
(01439) 788239
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White Swan, Low Street, YO60 7TG
Opening hours: closed Mon & Tue; 11.45-3, 6.30-11; 11.45-3, 6-11 Sun
This free house has been owned by the same family for 30 years. Traditionally furnished, single L-shaped bar caters for both locals and diners. Regular quiz and special events.
(01653) 618286
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Wombwell Arms, YO61 4BE
Opening hours: 12-3, 6-11; 12-11 Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Food: 12-2, 6-8.30; 12-2, 6-9 Fri; 12-2.30, 6-9 Sat; 12-3, 6-8 Sun
A 17c pub with two bars and two dinning rooms.  The front bar is not normally set for food and allows dogs.  The pub is simply decorated and features stone flagged and wood floors.  The main bar has an inglenook fireplace which in winter is lit with a log fire.  Both pub and restaurant food are available.  There are folk music and quiz nights once a month.  The ruins of Byeland Abbey are nearby.
(01347) 868280
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Worsley Arms, Main Street, YO62 4LA
Opening hours: 12-midnight
Georgian country house hotel: small, cosy bar with cricketing prints and comfortable sofas, Cricketers’ informal dining room and a more formal restaurant.
(01653) 628234
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