Best Dining Pubs in North Yorkshire

We all love a good pub meal in Yorkshire, and North Yorkshire has some of the best fine dining pubs in the country. Here are some that you might like to try, why not book in for Mother's Day on the 31st March - go on, give mum a treat!

List created on 20/03/2019 by Useyourlocal HQ - click here to create your own pub lists

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  • Surrounded by the splendour of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and nestled in the heart of iconic Wensleydale the historic 18th century Blue Lion Inn encapsulates the finest elements of traditional rural England.

  • We pride ourselves on our home made modern pub food coupled with an ever changing specials board. Relax and unwind with our fine wines and local cask ales and you have the perfect recipe for a great meal with family and friends.

  • The Carpenters Arms is an award winning traditional village inn with rooms, located in the heart of Felixkirk village, on the outskirts of the Market Town of Thirsk.

  • The Coachman Inn Snainton, is a destination restaurant and bar with rooms beautifully located on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors between Pickering & Scarborough.

  • The Fat Badger in Harrogate is the embodiment of the 'Old English' character associated with a traditional British Pub.

  • The Malt Shovel at Brearton is a quaint 16th Century country village pub and restaurant with rustic charm, fine attention to detail, exquisite dishes and a warm & friendly atmosphere.

  • Hidden away in the quiet, beautiful village of Timble, nestling in the stunning Washburn Valley, The Timble Inn is a romantic Grade II listed 18th Century Coaching Inn with foundations dating back to 1200AD.

  • Olde world Country Pub with a contemporary twist. Caters for your every need from a pint of real ale to a wedding for 150. Everyone welcome.

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