Ey up! It’s Yorkshire Day
On Tuesday 1 August, the UK’s largest county comes together to celebrate Yorkshire Day.
With so much to see and do it seems only right that we dedicate an entire day to all things Yorkshire, and with an abundance of regional pride it is sure to be an extra special day! From tiny fishing resorts and beautiful stretches of rugged beaches, to rolling heather moorlands and cobbled Gothic towns – there is something for everyone to enjoy.
This year we have rounded up four ‘reet good’ Inns found in some of Yorkshire’s idyllic countryside and coastland perfect for reveling in the counties greatness.
Shibden Mill Inn, West Yorkshire
Tucked away in the folds of the stunning Shibden Valley, Shibden Mill Inn has been at the heart of life in West Yorkshire for over 350 years. The characterful 17th Century Inn is renowned for its welcoming atmosphere and tranquil surroundings– with the lovely gardens beside Red Beck providing the perfect spot for alfresco dining during summer. Having recently been listed as one of Yorkshire’s Favourite Pubs 2017, Shibden Mill offers delightful selection of Cask Ales on tap, premier dining in a relaxed yet elegant setting and stylish, comfortable accommodation.
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The Boars Head, Ripley
Found in the charming heritage listed village of Ripley, The Boar’s Head is just three miles north of the Spa town of Harrogate, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Sitting in the centre of the cobbled market square, this charming Inn is just moments from its very own Castle! Decorated with French-inspired architecture and beautiful climbing plants, tranquil beer garden at The Boar’s Head is the perfect spot for al fresco dining. Renowned for its mouth-watering menu, guests can choose to dine either in the bar or bistro with both offer a friendly, informal and welcoming atmosphere.
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The Blue Lion, East Witton
Sitting in the heart of the iconic Wensleydale valley, The Blue Lion is the ideal base for exploring the extraordinary sights of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Steeped in history, this charming 18th Century inn encapsulates the finest elements of traditional rural England. Deservedly, the Blue Lion boasts a string of culinary awards and achievements for its fine food and wine, having won the Dining Pub of the Year Award three times. Sourcing only the finest local produce, the Blue Lion’s freshly prepared menu changes seasonally allowing guests to taste the very best Yorkshire has to offer.
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White Horse and Griffin, Whitby
Nestled in the heart of Whitby’s historic east side, the White Horse and Griffin is the perfect location from which to explore the town, the coast and surrounding North Yorkshire Moors. Steeped in history, this charismatic property perfectly captures the heritage, ambience and essence of this much loved coastal town. Known for having one of the most imaginative menus in town, Head Chef Andrew Pearson and his team pride themselves on serving up great food in a relaxed and unfussy style using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients.
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