The Mother Shipton Inn has stood beside the Low Bridge of Knaresborough for hundreds of years, nestled amongst ancient trees and the river Nidd this sixteenth century coaching Inn has survived with its full character intact, boasting warm fires, quirky ro
Named after the world famous prophetess who was reputedly born within a stones throw away, the pub itself has a few tales to tell! Originally the toll gate for the nearby Petrifying Well, the entrance is the oldest part of the grade 1 listed building with many strange happenings occurring there throughout its history, just ask the Landlord and Lady!
The Pub is also home to the infamous "Guy Fawkes Table". Once owned by the man himself when he resided at Scotton Hall in 1592, it is one of the oldest pieces of furniture here at Mother Shiptons Inn however there is much more to see!
We are also privileged to have possibly the best beer garden in Knaresborough! A sunny spot beside the river surrounded by the ancient trees with a fabulous view of the Low Bridge that is seldom seen by those that walk it.