Every inch of The Beverley Arms has been lovingly restored with a few additional touches of modern inspiration. It is now a stunning landmark hotel and glorious destination.
The Beverley Arms has been welcoming visitors to the Yorkshire Wolds for over 200 years. Located in the medieval town of Beverley, this 17th Century coaching inn first opened its doors in 1794. The hotel is situated in the town’s Georgian Quarter and opposite the majestic St Mary’s Church, famous for a carving of a rabbit in 1335 which is said to have been the inspiration for the March Hare in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland novel.
Their lively restaurant is full of original features and a glass roof allows sunlight to flood in. For an outdoor eating experience, they have a lovely sunny terrace with a cosy fire pit for some heat in the cooler weather. They serve great home cooked food with dishes that delight including delicious salads, soups, tasty platters to share and comforting home cooked pies. Enjoy a drink at their Champagne bar, sip a Thwaites Ale or try their eclectic range of wines and spirits.They serve coffee and delicious cakes too!
Their 38 fabulous bedrooms have been designed to impress. Everything has been thought of in these brand new bedrooms and they offer a choice of Standard, Character and Feature rooms. Please click the rooms tab above for a detailed overview of each room type. A delicious Continental and/or Full English breakfast is included in your stay and 3 of their bedrooms are dog friendly for an additional surcharge of £25 per day.
The Beverley also has two meeting rooms - The Old Kitchen has a capacity for 20 people boardroom style and The Scullery for 14. Both are fantastic places to meet and greet, enjoy an informal working dinner or a more formal boardroom set up.