Holidays In Yorkshire
So, if you are thinking of visiting, why not stay in a pub and have the perfect base to explore this glorious county? Pubs and inns in Yorkshire offer guests a range of accommodation that suits a variety of budgets and needs. Pubs today are a great alternative to B&B's or hotels and have great rooms and facilities such as free Wi-Fi, luxurious beds and FreeView, as well a lively and social atmosphere.
After a long day exploring the beautiful countryside and rolling hills relax in the comfort of the pub with a pint of one of Yorkshire's finest ales and a fantastic meal made from the tastiest and freshest local produce. You don't have a watch you drink as you're room is just a stone's throw away!
Here we have picked a handful of some of our favourite pubs and things to do in Yorkshire.
Pubs In YorkshireThe Red Lion Inn, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Originally a timbered farmhouse dating back to 1838, The Red Lion has retained much of its old character, with oak beams, flagstone flooring and real fires lit in winter. There are 30 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, all have the modern commodities and free Wi-Fi. Relax in the cosy bar or enjoy the menu in the restaurant or terrace, washing it down with a selection of real ales, wines and spirits. Rooms from £45 B&B.
The George at Wath, Ripon, North Yorkshire
The George is a cosy country pub with log fire, a choice of Cask Marque ales, lagers and wines. The locally sourced menu is served in the bar or the beautifully appointed restaurant. Enjoy the sun in the enclosed beer garden or have a game of pool in the games room. There are 5 en-suite rooms, all of which are decorated to a high standard and sophisticated. Rooms from £55 B&B.
The Crown Inn, Hebden bridge, West Yorkshire
The Crown Inn is a classic public house with a contemporary twist. Accommodation combines innovative design with a laid back friendly atmosphere. The 8 en-suite hotel rooms are designed to be comfortable but some with an element of fun added into the mix. All rooms have a TV, WiFi access and tea & coffee making facilities. Menus change with the seasons using fresh high quality produce and, where possible, locally sourced ingredients. Rooms from £58 B&B.
The Oak Tree Inn, Helperby, North Yorkshire
The Oak Tree Inn specialises in bringing its customers high quality food, drink, service and surroundings and accommodation. The classic menus showcase the best local produce available. The Oak Tree offers guests a spacious traditional bar, stocked with local ales, beers and a considered wine list. The six customized rooms have been carefully designed and furnished to provide a relaxing and luxurious space in which to escape. Rooms from £100 B&B.
The Angel Inn Nr Skipton, North Yorkshire
With origins in part over 500 years old, The Angel is one of the best known and loved inns in the country and quite simply a delightful place to both stay and dine. No wonder so many food lovers return to dine with us again and again. Choose between the relaxed Bar Brasserie or slightly more formal Restaurant. Opposite The Angel Inn is an exciting barn conversion with a choice of 9 unique bedrooms, studios and suites, all of which individually decorated to a high standard throughout. Rooms from £135 B&B.
Things To DoYork Maze
York maze is an a-mazing day out for the whole family. The attraction is based around a giant maze, made from maize plants. With over 20 different rides and attractions, the kids will be kept busy for the whole day! Adults: £13.50, Children £12.50, Under 3’s Free.
The Botanical Gardens
Sheffield Botanical Gardens is a 19 acre garden, originally designed by Robert Marnock. The site contains the largest collection of listed buildings in a Sheffield garden and many other interesting features. The Gardens are a great resource for both the enthusiast and the beginner. The Gardens host many events and tours, of interest for the novice and specialist alike. Free.
Wentworth Castle Gardens
The estate’s Grade 1 landscape and formal gardens are nationally significant for their extensive monuments, housing some of the earliest gothic follies in the country. It is operated by an independent charitable trust – the Wentworth Castle and Stainborough Park Heritage Trust, which was established in 2001. Adults £6.95, Children, £3.50, under 2’s Free.
Beverley Minster is the Parish Church of St. John and St. Martin. John, bishop of York, founded a monastery on the site where Beverley Minster stands. Building work began in 1220 and was completed in 1425. Today the church is still a place of pilgrimage for visitors. It also continues to be a place of prayer and worship at the heart of the community. Free.
National Railway Museum
Get up close to over 300 years of fascinating history in York’s only National Museum. Explore the giant halls full of trains and railway legends including the majestic Duchess of Hamilton, step on to the futuristic, Japanese Bullet Train or marvel at the stunning opulence of the Royal Trains. Free.
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