Visit North Yorkshire


If you are planning a holiday in the UK, you simply must visit North Yorkshire. As the largest county in England, it is known for its picture postcard villages, cobbled streets, limestone valleys and historic castles. North Yorkshire is located in the region of Yorkshire and the Humber but partly in the region of North East England. Home to the breathtakingly beautiful Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors National Park, there is plenty of exploring and trekking for those who love the great outdoors.

We have a variety of pub accommodation throughout North Yorkshire, all individually styled and with their own distinctive charm. Whether you are looking for a cosy hideaway off the beaten track or a bustling boutique pub, we have a great selection for all tastes and budgets.

Pubs with rooms offer their own unique style, they also produce some of the best home cooked food in the country. Pubs source a lot of their ingredients locally, which means that their meals are fresh and deliciously tasty. Their seasonal and daily special menus include a large variety of dishes to suit all tastes and palates.

Whilst you are visiting North Yorkshire, be sure to look out for renowned foods, such as Yorkshire Puddings, which are often a great accompaniment to a roast dinner. For cheese lovers, you are in for a treat, Yorkshire has more than 85 brilliant artisan cheeses made with cow, sheep and goat milk, not forgetting the most well known cheese of the region, Wensleydale.

At our Yorkshire pubs, you can also expect a vast array of artisanal drinks. Whether it is a traditional bitter or a strong IPA, locally brewed beer is a Yorkshire staple.

For more information on what there is to explore, check out our Things to Do in North Yorkshire guide.

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County Map

Pubs in The County