Popular 17th-century coaching inn situated at the end of a row of roadside cottages on the Darlington to Northallerton road, with a linked bar, lounge and games room, with low-beamed ceilings. Underneath the games room were once cells that detained the legendary highwayman Dick Turpin on the way to his execution in York. The guest beer is from a local micro. The pub is handy for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Dales, with the Croft Circuit nearby. Dogs are welcome and accommodation is available in four rooms.

Facilities

  • Beer garden
  • Car park
  • Dogs allowed
  • Family friendly
  • Food
  • Outside area
  • Smoking area
  • Dart board
  • Pool table
  • Football
  • Terrestrial TV