Welcome to the Board Inn, a traditional, family run pub located in Hawes in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, giving the perfect base to explore the beautiful surrounding area.
Hawes is a small town in the Yorkshire Dales National Park with a great deal to enjoy among the sturdy stone buildings. It also has a good range of facilities for visitors including antique and gift shops, pubs and cafes - and the chance to buy the local Wensleydale cheese. Hawes has its weekly market (as it has since 1699) on a Tuesday - this is the liveliest and most interesting time to visit the town. Within walking distance you can visit the Dales Countryside Museum, Gayle Mill and Hadraw Scar waterfall.
Situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Parks, this friendly inn makes a superb base for exploring the scenery all around the The Board Inn, which is quite simply fantastic, stunning and very varied. The Yorkshire Dales are a paradise for ramblers, cyclists and drivers alike.
The inn is supported by a small team of staff, drawn from the local community, who share a commitment to providing you with an experience to remember for all the right reasons. All rooms are designed with you comfort and convenience in mind. All prices include a full range of breakfast options, from full English to American style pancakes which can be pre-ordered the night before for those in a hurry or perused at leisure for those who prefer a more sedate breakfast.
They specialise in good quality, hearty home-made pub food. The customers particularly enjoy their Steak and Black Sheep Ale Pie and the build your own ‘Board Burger’ menu. The standard menu can be adapted to accommodate most tastes working on the principle of ‘If they’ve got it, you can have it’.
They do not believe in the overuse of the microwave, preferring to cook to order from first principles every time. This allows them to create and develop flavours to provide you with an authentic experience of Yorkshire cooking. They pride themselves on the quality of the cask ales and maintain the highest standards in the cellar. They have been awarded Cask Marque accreditation for their ale which have been assessed for temperature, appearance, aroma and taste.