Built in 1865 , the Arncliffe Arms has always been a traditional village pub serving good beer, good food and providing comfortable Bed & Breakfast accommodation . We are a family owned pub run by Neil and Alice since Dec 2010.
We are a freehouse serving a wide range of beers including Fosters, Peroni, Carling, Strongbow, Guinness ,Tetley Smooth, Black Sheep and other Guest Cask Ales. We also have and extensive range of spirits and our own wine list.
All our food is locally sourced and freshly cooked to order , we have fresh Whitby fish and Scampi , locally farmed meat and all our dishes are homemade.
Our Sunday lunches are very popular and are served all day.
We have 6 ensuite guest rooms overlooking the beautiful countryside and woods , a double , 2 twins 2 single and a triple.
All rooms are equipped a TV /DVD and tea & coffee making facilities.
Guests have use of free Wi-Fi , off-street parking , drying facilities and secure bicycle storage.
The Arncliffe Arms is situated on the route of Wainwrights famous coast to coast walk. Nestled in the picturesque village of Glaisdale near Whitby and is surrounded by the North Yorkshire Moors. It is perfect for everyone who enjoys stunning countryside, wild life, walking, mountain biking or a tranquil break. We pride ourselves on our relaxing atmosphere with the emphasis on friendliness, quality & comfort.
We are situated 10 miles from the lovely seaside town of Whitby and 8 miles from Goathland, better known as Aidensfield in Heartbeat or the North Yorkshire Moors.
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