- Cayley Arms
This popular traditional village local, recently refurbished, is located on the A170 Scarborough to Pickering road. There is a tap room, lounge bar and separate restaurant ( which can double as a function room ). Two regular ales and one changing guest are offered. Bottles ales are also available. Pub teams participate in local darts and domino leagues. Smokers are catered for at the front and also in the beer garden at the rear. Dogs are welcome away from eating areas. It is planned to serve food in the near future .
- Cayley Arms A170 Allerston YO18 7PJ (01723) 859904
- Oak Wheel
19-21 Coastal Road
A friendly large roomed village local which specialises in excellent cuisine. The meals are traditional home-cooked with daily specials available using local produce sourced where possible and served evenings only ( Monday to Thursday ) together with weekend lunchtimes. There is one regular hand-pulled ale together with two guests, all with cask marque approval. Patio doors lead to a heated smoking area and garden seating. An open log fire can be enjoyed during the winter months. En-suite accommodation is available. Dogs are welcome when food is not being served.
- Three Jolly Sailors
2 High Street
This Grade II listed pub, formerly a farmhouse dating back to the early 19th century with later alterations, is located in Burniston village at the A165/A171 junction. There are three rooms; the main bar, restaurant, and conservatory. Of note is the low timber-beamed ceiling of the main bar. Home-cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends. A spacious beer garden is situated to the side of the pub and a large car park to the rear.
- Oak Wheel 19-21 Coastal Road Burniston YO13 0HR moc.tcennoctb@leehwkaoeht(01723) 870230
89 Main Street
The former Blacksmiths Arms reopened in December 2018 after a period of closure of years. The pub is reduced in size as part of the building has been converted to residential. Now offering a house beer togeher with a guest .
- Star Inn
88 Main Street
The Star Inn is located on the main street of Cayton village, approximately 3 miles south of Scarborough town centre and is a very popular, multi-roomed, traditionally run local pub. Two guest beers are offered. Food served every day with Sunday offering the traditional roast dinner. The pub is sports orientated with a darts team and several TV's screening major sporting events. To the rear of the pub is a spacious beer garden and probably the finest undercover heated smoking area for miles around. There is live entertainment on the last Saturday of the month, and Wednesday nights alternate between Karaoke and Quiz nights.
- Farrier 89 Main Street Cayton YO11 3RP (01723) 861432
- Blacksmith's Arms
The Grade II listed Blacksmiths Arms, situated on the A171, Scarborough to Whitby road, is some 250 years old, forming part of the Duchy of Lancaster Estate, and is renowned for serving Her Majesty The Queen and HRH Prince Philip their first pub lunch (May 2010) This is a classic, two-roomed village pub with a cosy, subdued lounge at the front and a bright, lively bar, popular with locals at the rear. Home-cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. En-suite accommodation is available either in the main building or the self-contained holiday cottages behind the pub. Dogs are welcome in the bar and a smoking/drinking area is located at the rear.
- Bryherstones Country Inn
Nestling between the North York moors and the coast, just outside the village of Cloughton. Now back in the hands of the Shipley family the pub has been restored to its former glory. Its many rooms are full of features, and there is a separate games room. An extensive locally sourced menu is offered - booking is advised evenings and Sunday lunchtimes. The spacious beer garden has a children's play area, the pub is child and dog friendly and there is a large car park.
- Falcon Inn
This former coaching inn has almost 200 years of history and is situated in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors, adjacent to the A171, mid-way between Scarborough and Whitby. This multi-roomed Inn has a main lounge, sun room and restaurant - there is also a large beer garden and 5 acres of grounds. Home-cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. En-suite accommodation is available with functions and conferences catered for. Smokers are catered for at the side and rear. The new "glamping" site is open to the rear of the main buildings ( see website www.falconforestglamping.co.uk )
- Hayburn Wyke Hotel
An 18th century coaching inn in woodland next to the disused Scarborough to Whitby railway and only minutes away from the Cleveland Way coastal path and rocky beach. It is popular with cyclists and walkers. Homemade food served for breakfast, lunchtimes and evenings (except Monday evenings) with the Sunday carvery a local favourite. En-suite accommodation is available. Outside is a well provisioned children's play area and a sizeable heated smoking area. Benefits from a function room. Camping in nearby field by prior arrangement only.
- Red Lion Inn
28 High Street
A popular local located in the village high street ( A171). This recently refurbished pub has now a splt-level single room with a games area on the upper level. A beer garden is situated beyond the car park ( which can be accessed via a narrow entrance). Two regular house beers and a rotating guest are offered. Bed and Breakfast is available. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends. Quiz nights are held every Friday.
- Blacksmith's Arms High Street Cloughton YO13 0AE ku.oc.nnismrashtimskcalb@seiriuqne(01723) 870244
- Grapes Inn
This Grade II listed 3-roomed local is located on the A170 Scarborough to Pickering road on the edge of Ebberston village. There is a large main bar, snug and family room with modern furnishings throughout. Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. At the rear of the pub is a partially covered smoking/drinking area adjacent to a spacious car park. To the side is a beer garden .
- Grapes Inn Scarborough Road Ebberston YO13 9PA (01723) 859273
- Belle Vue Bar
37 Belle Vue Street
This town centre local is located close to the Crescent Gardens and has a split-levelled main upstairs bar with the pool table situated on the upper level - a games room is at basement level (can be used for functions). Live entertainment features at weekends. There is a smoking/drinking area at the side of the building with a sea view
- Bonhommes Bar
Royal Crescent Court, The Crescent
Located just off the fine Victorian Royal Crescent Hotel complex, the bar's name celebrates John Paul Jones, father of the American Navy. His ship, the Bonhomme Richard, was involved in a battle off nearby Flamborough Head during the War of Independence in September 1779. Up to five hand pumps dispense ale in summer reducing to three in winter. A quiz is held on Saturday afternoon each week at 4pm. Live music on Sunday afternoon from 4pm. Local CAMRA Rural Winner & Runner Up Pub of the Year for many years.
8-12 Union Street
The Buccaneer is situated in the heart of Filey town centre and on the first floor of a former cinema. The large main room is divided into the bar area (with pool table and dart board) and restaurant area, Smugglers Cove. Home-cooked food is served throughout the day. Live music is a regular feature at weekends. Smokers are catered for under the entrance canopy. Children are welcome until 9pm.
- Captain Will's
11 Murray Street
Former post office converted to café bar in April 2019, Captain Will's has a modern bright and clean décor. Open for brunch, lunch and tea-time meals, bar snacks including a cheeseboard for two and a selection of locally made cakes. As well as four cask beers there is a wide range of other drinks.
- Cobblers Arms
2 Union Street
Recently opened in the centre of Filey, the bar started out as a private residence before becoming a Cobblers shop from which the pub takes its name. Offering four changing guest ales with seven real ciders always available. Discount is offered to card carrying Camra members. The bar is dog and family friendly. There is a regular Quiz on a Tuesday night and live music occasionally. The rear snug is available for meetings free of charge.
- Filey Conservative Club
24 Belle Vue Street
A friendly atmosphere is found in this town centre club. The bar is situated in a large room with comfortable furnishings at street level. Five real ales are offered, three regulars together with two guests. Two snooker tables and a pool table are upstairs and an outdoor smoking area can be accessed at the rear. Live entertainment occasionally. Quiz nights every Thursday and Saturday from 9pm. Bingo sessions on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. All the major sporting action from Sky and BT sports channels my be viewed TV may be viewed.
- Foords Hotel
76 Queen Street
This Grade II listed former coaching inn is the oldest pub in Filey. The long main room has a games area at one end and there is also a cosy snug bar accessed from a central passageway. Accommodation is available in the old stable block at the rear of the main building. Pub teams participate in local pool and darts leagues. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends (more frequent in summer). A partially covered smoking/drinking area is at the rear.
20-22 Hope Street
Sympathetically restored two-roomed town-centre pub with traditional wood and stone floors, within easy reach of Filey beach and Filey Brigg which ends the Cleveland and Wolds Way walks. Popular with walkers, birdwatchers and campers. Guest ales are changed regularly and quizzes are staged on Sunday evenings during the winter months. Pub teams participate in local pool and darts leagues. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends. Of note are the numerous old photographs of Filey displayed in both bars.
- John Paul Jones
Sunrise Drive,The Bay
The John Paul Jones community pub is situated in The Bay development which is a 150 acre site some 3 miles south of Filey on the A165 mid-way between Scarborough and Bridlington. The large main bar offers a rotating guest ale. Home-cooked meals are served all day - from an extensive menu. Quiz nights are on Wednesday. There is a smoking/drinking area at the front and side of the pub. For passing trade ample parking is available. One of the newest pubs in the Scarborough CAMRA area.
- Star Inn
23 Mitford Street
The Star Inn is located just off the Filey town centre and has a large main room and separate restaurant/function room. Three regular beers and three rotating guests are offered. Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings (except on Mon). Live entertainment features occasionally. Pub teams participate in a local pool league. Smokers are catered for both front and rear of the building. Parking is provided behind the pub. Local CAMRA Rural Runner Up Pub of the Year 2016. Discounts for CAMRA members.
- Station Hotel
15 Church Street
A thriving pub, known by locals as the Top House which boasts five eating and drinking areas; the quiet lounge, pool room, main bar, conservatory and beer garden/smoking area. Three regular cask ales are available ( all cask marque approved ). Home-made food is served all day every day (best to check during Winter). Accommodation is also available in rooms separate from the main pub building. Regular entertainment includes live music, karaoke and quiz night . The Station Hotel is home to the Filey Folk Club which meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month.
- Three Tuns Hotel
26 Murray Street
A busy town-centre establishment, close to the beach and the many tourist attractions that Filey has to offer. There is a main lounge together with a Sports bar where Premiership and Champions League Football is screened. Two regular cask ales are available together with a guest ( all cask marque approved ). Home-cooked food is served lunchtimes and evenings. Accommodation is available. The Three Tuns has live entertainment at weekends ( Thursday - Sunday nights till late ). There is a large car park at the rear together with a beer garden and covered smoking area.
- Tommys Bar
5 Hope Street
A popular American style bar and restaurant located in the town centre. Drinks may be purchased without having a meal.
- White Lodge Hotel
A cosy non-residents bar which offers a regular and guest cask ale. Bottled ales are also available from local microbreweries. Food is served daily in the hotel restaurant with snacks available on request. There is also a lounge area with coffee bar. Family friendly, but dogs only allowed in the outside smoking/drinking area.
- Belle Vue Bar 37 Belle Vue Street Filey YO14 9LQ 07767 734928
- Foxhound Inn
This village pub, recently refurbished, is located in Flixton, some 7 miles south of Scarborough on the A1039 which links Filey to the A64. There is a large main bar together with two restaurants. A popular venue for home-cooked meals served throughout the day, with huge portions a speciality. Three changing guest beers are offered. A smoking/drinking area is adjacent to the spacious car park.
- Foxhound Inn Main Street Flixton YO11 3UB (01723) 890301
- Flask Inn
Located off the A171 ( Whitby to Scarborough road ) and 7 miles south of Whitby, the Flask Inn is part of a holiday home complex. Home-cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. There is a large L-shaped room with bar and dining areas. Holiday homes are available for hire. Three regular cask ales are offered.Can get busy during the tourist season. Family and dog friendly. Note: Winter hours refer to December - February. It is advisable to check opening times prior to visiting.
- Flask Inn Blacksmiths Hill Fylingdales YO22 4QH moc.liamg@7102nniksalfehttamoorasukoob(01947) 880305
- Greyhound Inn
The Ganton Greyhound Country Inn and Restaurant is situated on the A64 some 15 minutes driving time from Scarborough and a great base for sightseeing in the North Yorkshire area - the championship golf course is next door. There is a main bar,restaurant and separate pool room.Home-cooked meals prepared from locally sourced produce are served in the evenings together with Sunday lunches. En-suite accommodation is available in a range of rooms.Smokers are catered for in a partially covered area at the side of the Inn.
- Greyhound Inn Main Street Ganton YO12 4NX ku.oc.dnuohyergnotnageht@ofni(01944) 710116
- Bull Inn
26 Main Street
This popular local is located in Gristhorpe village main street with parts of the building dating back 400 years. There is a main room divided in drinking, eating and games areas plus a separate restaurant/function room. Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. The pub has two pool teams and sporting events can be viewed on TV. A partially covered smoking/drinking area is at the rear adjacent to the huge car park.
- Bull Inn 26 Main Street Gristhorpe YO14 9PP (01723) 512359
- Cottage Inn
23-25 Cross Hill
This is a busy split-levelled single-roomed local located in Cross Hill at the heart of Hunmanby village. The room is divided into drinking, eating and games areas. Two changing guest ales are permanently available. The pub owns a nearby B & B establishment with en-suite accommodation. Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. Sporting events can be viewed on multi-screened TVs. Live entertainment features at weekends and Tuesday quiz nights all year round. There is a smoking area at the front & rear of the building. Dogs are allowed in "Crufts Corner".
- Horseshoe Inn
A traditional three-roomed village local located in Stonegate a few minutes walk from the Hunmanby main street. Two regular ales are offered. At the rear of the pub is a partially covered smoking/drinking area adjacent to the car park. The pub has teams participating in local darts, domino and pool leagues. Live music features every Saturday night with Karaoke on Fridays. Dogs are welcome. Meal times will increase during Summer to include lunchtimes.
- PieBald Inn
65 Sands Lane
The Piebald Inn is located on the outskirts of Hunmanby village adjacent to the Sands Lane level-crossing. This is a large multi-roomed pub which is predominantly food oriented. "The PiePub Co Bitter" by Greene King is the house beer with three to five guest cask ales offered depending on the time of year. Food is served all day every day. A particular feature of the menu is the extensive range of 50 different pies on offer, freshly prepared on the premises with ingredients sourced from local suppliers. At the side is a terraced area and large garden for drinking/smoking.
- White Swan Hotel
1 Church Hill
This Grade II listed traditional local is located in Cross Hill at the heart of Hunmanby village. There is a main split-levelled drinking area and separate games room and the pub has an "olde world" ambience. Three rotating guests are offered. Bed and breakfast accommodation is available. Pub teams participate in local pool and darts leagues. Smokers are catered for at the front of the building and there is a large car park to the rear. Charity events are staged on Saturday nights monthly. Live music features at weekends once a month.
- Cottage Inn 23-25 Cross Hill Hunmanby YO14 0JT (01723) 892475
- Kirby Misperton
- Bean Sheaf Hotel
The Beansheaf Hotel is adjacent to the A169 Malton to Pickering road some 2 miles south of Pickering and ideally situated for visiting the North York Moors and the Coast. The comfortable public bar offers a changing guest ale. Freshly cooked meals sourced from local produce are served in the restaurant lunchtimes and evenings. En-suite accommodation is available. Corporate events and functions are catered for. A smoking/drinking area is located at the side of the pub. Dogs are welcome but not in the restaurant.
- Bean Sheaf Hotel Malton Road Kirby Misperton YO17 6UE (01653) 668614
- Langdale End
- Moorcock Inn
Sympathetically restored some years ago, the pub is situated in the picturesque hamlet of Langdale End, near the end of the Dalby Forest Drive. The beers are usually from Slaters or Wold Top breweries, and served through a hatch to both bars. Open Thursday & Friday after Easter but Winter hours may vary, so ring to check. There is a grassy area for outdoor drinking and/or smoking.
- Moorcock Inn Langdale End YO13 0BN (01723) 882268
- Horseshoe Inn
The 19th century Horseshoe Inn is a family run establishment set in the peace and tranquility of Levisham village within the North York Moors National park, about 2 miles from the A169 Whitby to Pickering road. Two house beers are offered. Home-cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings using locally sourced produce - menus are likely to change with the seasons. Accommodation is available. Smokers are catered for in the beer garden at the front of the pub.
- Horseshoe Inn Main Street Levisham YO18 7NL ku.oc.mahsiveleohsesroh@ofni(01751) 460240
- Fox & Rabbit Inn
The Fox and Rabbit Inn is a traditional country pub located in the North York Moors National Park on the edge of Dalby Forest and adjacent to the A169 some 4 miles north east of Pickering - the oldest part of the present building dates back to the late 18th century. One regular beer and a couple of rotating guests are offered. Lunchtime and evening menus are likely to change with the seasons - ingredients are sourced from local suppliers. There is a smoking/drinking area at the front adjacent to the car park.
- Fox & Rabbit Inn Thornton Road Lockton YO18 7NQ ku.oc.tibbardnaxof@ofni(01751) 460213
- Blue Ball
This Grade II listed Yorkshire Heritage pub dates from the 16th century and was named the Blue Ball in 1823. The low frontage hides a maze-like interior with the frontward cosy bar, compact servery and linking corridor retaining most of the pub's historical flavour. A smoking area is located at the rear of the pub. Home-cooked food is available daily (except Wed). The Blue Ball Folk Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month
- Brass Castle Brewery Tap House
Formerly a Temperance Hotel located in the town centre, Malton's newest hostelry is a short walk from the railway station. The single-roomed bar is tastefully designed in a rustic style with one wall partially adorned with barrel staves. Three regular changing cask ales are offered together with six key-keg ales. An extensive range of bottled beers are also available. Snacks may be purchased at the bar throughout the day and takeaway meals may be brought into the pub from other sources. There are plans for future folk nights. There is a smoking/drinking area to the rear of the premises and an upstairs seating area. OPENING TIMES IN FORCE DURING CORONA VIRUS CRISIS FOR OUT SALES ONLY.
- Chapter Two
5 Market Place
A vibrant town centre pub, dating from the late 17th century and grade 2 listed. There is a large main room, a snug bar ( quiet ) to the rear and a separate games room. Three regular real ales together with a changing guest are offered in the snug. Accommodation is available on a room only basis. Acoustic music features mainly at weekends. Pub teams participate in local darts, dominos and pool leagues. To the rear is a smoking area in the beer yard.
- George Hotel
Town Centre pub, much altered internally and decorated throughout in a is colour scheme with a focus on younger drinkers. This free house has introduced one hand pump and is trialling different beers. There are separate drinking areas, including a large games area for darts and pool. To the rear is a terraced beer garden,
- New Globe Inn
This comfortable, two-roomed, street-corner pub is a former coaching inn dating back to the early 19th century and is Grade II listed. The spacious L-shaped front room comprises of a main bar area and snug which both feature framed historic photographs of Malton with the smaller games room leading to a substantial beer garden which is heated during Winter. Traditional pub food is served at lunchtimes. Accommodation is available. A disco and karaoke can be enjoyed at weekends.
- New Malton
4 Market Place
The New Malton is in a prominent position overlooking the Market Place of Malton. This Grade II listed building has seen several changes through the years and is believed to have been The Whip Inn during the 18th century. The bar is situated in the lower level of the main room and offers three rotating guest ales mainly originating from Yorkshire micros. Locally sourced food is served throughout the day.
- Old Lodge Hotel
The Old Lodge, a Tudor mansion, was originally built in 1604 as the Gatehouse to Malton Castle and is a Grade II listed building. There is a cosy wood-panelled bar open to non-residents. Home-cooked food, sourced from local produce, is served lunchtimes and evenings. En-suite accommodation is provided. Functions and corporate events are catered for. Smokers are catered for at the front and rear. Dogs are welcome when meals are not being served.
- Rose & Crown Hotel
Grade II-listed market-town pub, taken over in 2019 by new management, that was originally in the same family for 138 years and in the Guide for over 25. Beer festivals are held at Easter, in Summer and at Christmas. A covered smoking patio is at the rear. Accommodation is available, with a discount for CAMRA members staying two nights or more.
- Stew & Oyster
Old Town Hall, Market Place
A recent addition to the Malton food and drink scene, the Stew & Oyster is located in the Old Town Hall at the northern end of Market Place. Two regular and three guest ales are available together with a choice of craft and bottled beers. The restaurant prides itself on the use of local produce, with stews and seafood being the specialities. Family and dog friendly.
- Talbot Hotel
The Grade II listed Talbot Hotel, recently refurbished, is on Yorkersgate, a short distance from the Market Place. A cosy bar is open to non-residents offering one house beer plus guest. The Talbot is renowned for its fine cuisine, with celebrity James Martin the executive chef, and bar meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. All accommodation is en-suite and the hotel caters for functions and corporate events. To the rear are landscaped gardens. Smokers are catered for at the rear of the Hotel.
- Wills Bar
Mount Hotel, Yorkersgate
This recently refurbished bar, located at The Mount Hotel ( site of the former St Martin's Tavern ) is a large room, separated into a drinking and dining area. Two regular real ales are offered. Sports TV can be enjoyed in the bar area. Family and dog friendly.
- Blue Ball 14 Newbiggin Malton YO17 7JF moc.liamg@nnillabeulbeht(01653) 690692
- Ship Inn
The Ship Inn is a popular village "local" situated 2 miles south west of Filey - a favourite stopping point for walkers doing the Yorkshire Wolds Way Walk. There is a main room divided into drinking and eating areas. Two guest ales are offered. Home-cooked food is served all day during Summer (evenings and all day at weekends during Winter). There are smoking/drinking areas both front and rear of the pub. Of note is the multiplicity of memorabilia displayed in the bar.
- Ship Inn West Street Muston YO14 0ER (01723) 514639
- White Swan
The Grade II listed White Swan is situated in the quaint village of Newton upon Rawcliffe,approximately 4 miles north of Pickering, on the edge of the North York Moors. There is a front bar, dining room and rear lounge with a spacious beer garden at the rear.Two regular ales together with a Summer guest ale are offered. A selection of home-cooked meals are available and Sunday lunches are popular. Behind the pub is a campsite which is suitable for tents,motor homes or caravans. Dogs are welcome in the front bar.
- White Swan Rawcliff Road Newton-on-Rawcliffe YO18 8QA ku.oc.nawsetihwnotwen@ofni(01751) 472505
- North Grimston
- Middleton Arms
The Middleton Arms is located on the B1248, Malton to Beverley road, in the hamlet of North Grimston almost 5 miles south east of Malton. There are two bars in addition to a separate restaurant. Accommodation is available. Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. A partially covered smoking/drinking area is situated at the rear, adjacent to the car park. Dogs are welcome except in the restaurant
- Middleton Arms Hogg lane North Grimston YO17 8AX (01944) 768255
- Derwent Arms
26 Church Street
This spacious single-roomed local is situated on the main street through Norton close to the level crossing. The room is separated into a drinking area with large L-shaped bar, eating and games areas (2 pool tables and 3 dart boards). Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings. Major sporting events and daily horse racing can be viewed on multi-screened TVs. A smoking area is at the rear next to the pub car park.
- Malton Railwaymens Sports & Social Club
2 Welham Road
Situated right next to the signal box the Railwaymen's club is friendly and welcoming to non-members with no restriction on entry. The smallish bar separate from the large function room and there is also a snooker room.
- Union Inn
46 Commercial Street
This popular traditional two-roomed pub is located in Norton main street. Two regular beers are offered. B&B accommodation is available and breakfasts can be purchased by pub customers. This pub is sports orientated with teams participating in local football, pool, darts and domino leagues. Sporting events can be viewed on multi-screen TVs. There is a partially covered smoking/drinking area at the rear. Dogs are welcome in the Tap room only. Functions are catered for on request.
- Derwent Arms 26 Church Street Norton YO17 9HS (01653) 693631
- Old Malton
- Royal Oak
47 Town Street, Old Malton
Historic Grade II listed inn in a picturesque village off the A64 close to Eden Camp military museum. At the front of the pub is a cosy snug, to the rear is a larger room with original beams (complete with brasses) and a log fire, leading to an extensive beer garden with a large covered smoking area. Traditional home-cooked meals are available with Pie Night on Thursdays. The Sunday Bingo Quiz night is popular. Children and dogs are welcome. The bus stops directly outside.
- Wentworth Arms
111 Town Street, Old Malton
This Grade II listed 18th century former coaching inn has an attractive, creeper-clad exterior. The main drinking area is a low beamed, L-shaped space.The restaurant has been converted from an adjoining barn, where good value, home-cooked meals are based on locally sourced produce and feature daily specials. Guest beers come mainly from Yorkshire micro-breweries. Good value accomodation is offered and the Wentworth Arms is an excellent base for exploring the area - the Eden Camp Military Museum being a short distance away.
- Royal Oak 47 Town Street, Old Malton Old Malton YO17 7HB (01653) 696968
- Bay Horse
8 Market Place
Friendly Grade II listed local, handy for the North Yorkshire Moors Railway station just round the corner. The quiet front bar boasts an open fire and window seats and features a collection of fishing flies courtesy of Pickering Fishery Association. Popular with North Yorkshire Moors Railway enthusiasts as well as local clubs such as the fishing association and ferret fanciers. The large multi-level bar at the rear has a pool table and juke box; it hosts a live disco on occasional Friday evenings and can be noisy at the weekend. A display of local artists work is exhibited on the walls. A partially covered smoking/drinking area is to the rear, adjacent to the beer garden. A pub quiz is held on alternate Sunday evenings.
Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and early evenings (not Tuesday) either in the front bar or upstairs restaurant (which can be utilised for functions). A carvery on Sunday is also available.
- Black Bull Inn
A169 Malton Road
The Black Bull is a 17th century traditional coaching inn located on the A169 Malton to Pickering road, just 1 mile from Pickering town centre. There is a large main room ( divided into various eating areas ), spacious beer garden and covered smoking area ( at the rear). A regular beer plus rotating guests are offered. Meals are served throughout the day. En-suite accommodation is available. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends.
- Black Swan
The Grade II listed Black Swan lies in the heart of Pickering and dates back to the 18th century and was formerly a coaching inn. There is a large main bar,with timber-beamed ceiling, divided into drinking and eating areas. Three guest beers are offered. Live entertainment features at weekends. Meals are served lunchtimes and evenings, with designated Pie night on Tuesdays and Fish Friday, and roast dinners on Sunday. Accommodation is available. To the rear is a smoking/ drinking area adjacent to the pub car park. Whistlers cocktail bar is adjacent to the car park .Children and dogs are welcome. A microbrewery ( two and a half barrel plant ) is operating on the premises.
- Forest & Vale Hotel
This Grade II listed Hotel is located in the centre of Pickering at the A169/A170 junction and makes an ideal base for visiting the North York Moors National Park, the East Coast and the heritage NYMR steam railway.A comfortable bar is open to non-residents. All accommodation is en-suite. Bar meals are served lunchtimes and evenings daily. The hotel caters for functions and corporate events. Adjacent to the main building is a secluded walled garden.
- Lettered Board
7 Smiddy Hill
This is a town pub with a large single room separated into a drinking and games area, purchased from a national pubco in 2017. The pub offers two regular cask ales. Pub teams participate in local darts and pool leagues. Open mic nights take place every Wednesday, karaoke nights are on Thursdays with bands performing at weekends. To the rear is a partially covered drinking/smoking area. No entry after 12:30am Friday & Saturday.
- Number 4
4 Market Place
The No 4 bar, situated in the heart of Pickering is a recent conversion of a 16th century Grade II listed building into a contemporary cafe bar on two floors. Real ales,continental lagers are offered and there is also an extensive wine list. There is always a rotating guest ale from Yorkshire micros. A pool table can be found on the upper level. Night time at No 4 can become lively,especially at weekends. Children are welcome until 9pm. Cask Marque accredited.
- Pickering & District Conservative Club
40 Market Place
Club in centre of Pickering with two snooker tables and two large TV screens. Real ales are complimented by tea, coffee and a variety of drinks.
- Rose Inn
A welcoming atmosphere greets locals and steam railway enthusiasts at this multi-roomed low-ceilinged Grade II listed pub, situated on the banks of the attractive Pickering Beck, opposite the Beck Isle Museum of Country Life. The terminus of the North York Moors Steam Railway is nearby. There is a large main bar and separate dining area.
There is a happy 'hour' from 5-8pm Mon-Thurs and an occassional quiz on Sunday evenings. Children are welcome until 9pm. There is an extensive outdoor drinking and smoking area next to the beck. The pub has flooded six times in recent years in times of torrential rain.
- Station Hotel
11 Park Street
This town centre 3-roomed local is located directly opposite the NYMR station and has modern comfortable furnishings throughout. Freshly cooked meals are served throughout the day in the restaurant. En-suite B & B accommodation is available. Live entertainment features at weekends ( including Thursdays ). At the rear is a substantial smoking/drinking area adjacent to the pub car park.
- Sun Inn
This friendly pub has won numerous CAMRA awards including Rural Pub of the Year seven times, Rural Cider Pub of the Year runner-up in 2017 and Yorkshire Regional Pub of the Year Runner-up in 2015. Situated close to the busy town centre and NYMR steam railway it offers one regular beer plus five guests (often sourced from Yorkshire micros). Well-behaved children, walkers and dogs (on leads) are welcome.
The Sun Inn has two rooms; a main bar, cosy in winter with real fires, and where pub games and newspapers are available. A short corridor leads to the "Garden Room" which is ideal for families, special events and private functions and has a display of local artists work. The large enclosed beer garden at the rear is popular in summer and plays host to the beer festival held in September. The barbecue can be hired for use in the summer.
Many regular events include a fortnightly acoustic music session, weekly charity quizzes, monthly jam sessions and monthly vinyl nights. Customers are welcome to bring their own food from local takeaways. A covered smoking area is also located at the rear.
Open from noon on Easter Monday and during Summer and Christmas school holidays.
- White Swan Hotel
Family-run Grade II listed former coaching-inn with a cosy, beamed bar and open fire. Choose from the excellent lunchtime and evening bar menu or dine in the restaurant that prides itself on the quality of its cuisine. A relaxed, informal atmosphere is enhanced by friendly, attentive staff. Being close to the North York Moors National Park the White Swan Hotel is a superb base for explorating the area. Two regular real ales are offered. There is a partially covered smoking area to the rear.
- Bay Horse 8 Market Place Pickering YO18 7AA moc.liamg@esrohyabehtruo(01751) 472526
- Raven Hall Hotel
The Raven Hall Country House Hotel is situated 600ft above sea level, overlooking Robin Hoods Bay and midway between Scarborough and Whitby. The comfortable lounge bar is open to non-residents. Meals are served throughout the day in the sea view restaurant. Functions and corporate events are catered for. The hotel has 100 acres of grounds through which the Cleveland Way passes, and also extensive sports and leisure facilities including a 9-hole cliff-top links golf course. Live entertainment is staged occasionally.
- Raven Hall Hotel The Avenue Ravenscar YO13 0ET ku.oc.llahnevar@seiriuqne(01723) 870353
- Dotterel Inn
This country inn is located on the A165 Scarborough to Bridlington road just outside Reighton village. There is a large main room divided into drinking, eating and games areas. One regular beer is offered together with a guest beer during Summer. Freshly cooked meals are served throughout the day. To the side is a smoking/drinking area in the beer garden and at the rear a large car park. Of note is a Victorian range in the bar. Pub open March to October.
- Dotterel Inn Hunmanby Road Reighton YO14 9RU (01723) 890930
- Coach & Horses
1 Scarborough Road
This recently refurbished Grade II listed three roomed local is located on the A64 Scarborough to York road, in the centre of Rillington village. It is now a "contemporary country free house", serving real ales (both cask and bottled) and a hand-picked wine list. There is a main bar, restaurant area and snug (which features a log-burner and can be utilised for functions). Freshly cooked meals from a dynamic seasonal menu of locally sourced produce are served lunchtimes and evenings together with a carvery service on Sundays (Early Bird is available 5-7 Mon to Thu). Outside is a partially covered smoking/drinking area next to the pub car park.
- Fleece Inn
This traditional family run pub and restaurant is located on the A64 Scarborough to Malton road in the heart of Rillington village. The single-roomed bar is split-levelled with a darts area on the upper level. Two house beers together with a rotating guest are offered. Home cooked meals are served in the Drovers Restaurant throughout the day ( except on Tuesdays ). There are weekly quiz nights and weekend live entertainment. To the rear is the drinking/smoking area.
- Coach & Horses 1 Scarborough Road Rillington YO17 8LH (01944) 759196
- Royal Oak
- Royal Oak Inn
The Royal Oak is located off the A165 near Filey and is a short walk from nearby Primrose Valley and Hunmanby. The Hotel has two bars, a child friendly restaurant area and also en-suite accommodation. One regular cask ale is offered together with two guests. Home-cooked food, sourced from local produce, is available throughout the day. Occasional weekend entertainment features. To the rear is a covered and heated smoking/drinking area adjacent to the spacious car park. There is also a beer garden (incorporating a childrens play area) at the side of the pub.
- Royal Oak Inn Moor Road Royal Oak YO14 9QE (01723) 447040
- Ham & Cheese Inn
Bull Piece Lane
This village pub is located 50 metres off the A64, some three miles east of Malton. There is a spacious single-roomed bar divided into two main areas together with a separate restaurant which doubles as a function room. Three house ales plus two rotating guest ales from Yorkshire microbreweries are offered. Home-cooked meals are served throughout the day. En-suite accommodation is available. To the rear is a drinking/smoking area and large car park. Local CAMRA runner up Rural Pub of the Year 2015.
- Ham & Cheese Inn Bull Piece Lane Scagglethorpe YO17 8DY (01944) 758249
58 North Marine Road
The Albert is a single-roomed local located some 5 minutes walk from the town centre and close to the Scarborough Cricket Club. Two house beers with two guests during Summer are available. A Sunday carvery is offered all year with bar meals available daily (except Monday). A games area is situated at the rear of the main room. Live entertainment features during weekend evenings. Multi-screened TVs show major sporting events. B & B accommodation is available.
1 Alma Parade
A town centre local just off the main shopping precinct with two rooms containing a large and varied collection of memorabilia. The cosy back snug bar retains an "olde-world" character even though it now doubles as a games room. One regular beer and three rotating guests are offered together with Old Rosie cider. There is a smoking/drinking area at the front of the pub. Children are welcome until early evening.
46 North Street
Friendly and popular town-centre local close to the main shopping area, recently refurbished with a single-room horseshoe bar. Three regular beers are offered together with two guests. An interest in sport and games is reflected in the impressive array of trophies won by various pub teams and the large-screen TVs for viewing sporting events. It has a surprisingly spacious and well-appointed patio garden at the rear. Children and dogs allowed in the garden area only.
- Apollo Bar
77-79 Castle Road
Popular Town Centre bar ( formerly Itis Itis ) where cask ale has recently been introduced, with one changing guest ale on offer. It comprises a large split-level room and ideal for accommodating live music with acoustic sessions featured on Thursday evenings.
- Black Lion Hotel
12 North Street
This traditional two-roomed town centre local is situated close to the main shopping precinct. Two guest beers are offered with an additional one in summer ( from Marston portfolio ). Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes ( except on Monday ). Accommodation is available. Live entertainment features at weekends and at the rear is a partially covered drinking/smoking area.
- Black Swan Hotel
26 Queen Street
Traditional single roomed street corner local with an "Olde world" feel. Two guest ales are offered. Pub teams participate in local pool and domino leagues. To the rear is located an award winning beer garden/smoking area. Bar snacks are planned for summer.
- Boatman's Tavern
Northstead Manor Gardens
Probably the smallest Pub in Yorkshire located adjacent to the Open Air Theatre. Essentially a converted hut with a padded bench which seats 3 adults and tiny bar. A serving hatch is busy during warm weather and there are several tables fronting the water park where parents can keep an eye on their offspring. Opening hours can become flexible at the start and end of the season ( usually weekends only ) so it's best to check by phone. CLOSED during winter months.
- Byways Hotel
Situated 3 miles from Scarborough town centre, just off the A64, this pub is one of the "Hungry Horse" chain and specialises in providing an extensive range of quality food. The main bar is divided into several dining areas, each with a different character. Regular real ales are offered from the Greene King portfolio. Food is served throughout the day. The pub is very family orientated and there is an outdoor play area. Live football can be watched on large Plasma screens. The Sunday quiz night is always popular.
The Carousel Pub Restuarant is one of the "Brewers Fayre" chain and situated in a recently constructed building close to the shopping precinct. Two house cask ales are offered. Early breakfasts and all-day meals are served daily. There are also the popular "Theme nights" with "all you can eat" buffets which can be enjoyed in place of the regular dishes.
- Cask Inn
The Cask Inn is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of the town centre and has several rooms on the ground floor serving home-cooked food throughout the day. Rotating guest ales are available in addition to the two regulars. There are two games areas. The "Cask Club" function room is situated below the main bar and is home to the Scarborough Blues Club every Thursday night. Jazz nights are held on Wednesdays. The Cask is popular with locals and students.
- Castle Tavern
49 Castle Road
A busy,two-roomed,town centre local with spacious eating area. Food is served evenings only ( except for Sunday lunchtime ). Pool and darts are played in the games room. Multi-screen TV shows major sporting events. Live entertainment features at weekends. Free car parking after 6pm on adjacent North Street car park.
35-37 Valley Road
Boasting most frequent local branch entries (17 years), a family-run pub converted from the cellars of a Victorian house. Six handpumps dispense guest beers from micros around the country. Excellent locally sourced, home-cooked food is available lunchtimes and evenings, with Sunday lunches probably the best in town. Quiz night is Tuesday, open mic night is Wednesday, local acoustic acts appear on Thursday, and Saturday is live music night. The patio fronting the pub is popular in summer. Children and dogs are welcome and accommodation is available. Discounts for CAMRA members.
- Chambers Coffee Bar
This compact and cosy coffee bar is situated directly opposite the railway station providing a haven for social discourse. One guest ale is offered, sourced from a local microbrewery, together with a real cider. Bottled ales are also available. Food is served all day and may be consumed inside or out. The bar is family friendly with well-behaved dogs welcome. Smokers are accommodated at the front of the premises in the seating area under an awning.
- Commercial Hotel
83 Falsgrave Road
Recently refurbished, this busy traditional local is located in Falsgrave with an open-plan room divided into a lounge and function area plus a separate games room (pool and darts). One regular beer is offered together with two guests. Saturday and Sunday evenings are "band nights" with "Open-mic" nights every Monday. There is a quiz every Wednesday evening.
4-6 Vernon Road
Town Centre "trendy" bar, recently refurbished, with an extensive outdoor drinking area, partially covered & incorporating barbeque facilities. Located on a popular drinking circuit this establishment is busy at weekends in particular. Food is available throughout the day. Children under supervision are welcome up to 7pm. There is a downstairs "overflow" bar and an upstairs function room.
- Craft Bar
The Craft Bar is a tap room located opposite Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough. Also a craft beer shop selling and shipping awesome beers across the country. Cask ale available.
- Crescent Hotel
Located in the town centre, this well furnished single roomed bistro bar with carvery area offers two changing guest ales. Bottled beers from local micros are also available. This establishment is family and dog friendly. A separate non-resident bar is situated upstairs. During summer months, customers can enjoy their drinks at the front of the hotel.
- Crown Tavern
8 Scalby Road
This Grade II listed pub is one of the Marston plc chain and is a busy local situated 10 minutes walking time from the town centre. Real ales are available from the Marston portfolio with two regulars and two changing guests. There is an extensive all day food menu on offer together with various food theme nights. Sunday quiz nights are popular and the pub has a pool and darts team which compete in local leagues.
- Dickens Bar & Inn
41 Huntriss Row
Located in the Town Centre, the former Pickwick Inn has had a recent major refurbishment. Two regular cask ales are offered - food is all day and accommodation is available on a B & B basis. A resident DJ plays a range of music each Friday and Saturday night. Numerous events can be enjoyed on the sports TV.
- Firk Inn Pub
76 Falsgrave Road
This latest real ale outlet in town, and formerly office premises, is located some 10 minutes walk from the railway station. It is a single roomed bar, tastefully furnished with extensive use of scaffolding planks, offering a house beer together with two regular changing guests. Two real ciders will also be available. There is a smoking area to the rear of the pub. Family and dog friendly.
- Golden Ball
Pub with striking mock Tudor appearance situated on the seafront, with fabulous views across the harbour to the lighthouse and South Bay. The only Sam Smith's pub in Scarborough, it is multi-roomed and features a sea-view bar, downstairs bar (doubling as a function room), and a popular beer garden at the rear. It becomes a cosy gem in winter, warmed by a real fire. This pub upholds the Sam Smith's policy of "Music Free" and is ideal for those who prefer a quiet drink.
- Highlander Bar
15-16 The Esplanade
This pub is an integral part of the Highlander Hotel and offers a Scottish-themed lounge, cellar bar and carvery. Enjoy superb views of the South Bay from the patio. An extensive collection of malt whiskies is on show ( 800 bottles ), 20-25 are regularly on sale, alongside a changing guest beer in addition to the three house beers. An excellent lunch menu and Sunday carvery draw a large local trade. There are also food theme nights - Quiz nights on Thursday. No loud music or machines spoil the atmosphere. Smokers are catered for at the rear.
- Hole In The Wall
26-32 Vernon Road
Built in the 1840's, the pub has a split-level interior with three seating areas. This friendly, conversational pub is handy for the town centre and spa complex. The pub was purchased from Marston plc by a small family run pub chain with a hope to resurrect its former glory as a real ale mecca. Four rotating guest beers are offered with up to seven available at peak times. Occasionally host Steak nights. Sky and BT satellite TV may be enjoyed. There is an outside covered smoking area to the side of the pub and popular beer garden at the rear. Live entertainment may feature at weekends.
- Indigo Alley
4 North Marine Road
Recently upgraded into a welcomimg open-plan pub retaining a rustic feel and sporting a logburner, this venue has come back on the real ale after a few years in the wilderness. It is a true free house and has bare floorboards and the advantage of pool, darts and dominoes. Locally brewed Ales (from Scarborough Brewery) and assorted traditional style ciders complement specialist lagers. It is dog (not in the letting rooms) and child friendly, with entertainment of one sort or another most evenings.
- Leeds Arms
26 St Mary's Street
Small, thriving one-roomed, Grade II listed pub situated in the Old Town area of Scarborough behind the harbour. Fishing and yachting pictures and memorabilia adorn the walls. An eclectic mix of locals gives rise to lively conversation. There is always a magnificent display of hanging baskets outside. The pub is dog but not children friendly. There is a covered smoking area at the rear of the pub. Quiz nights are on Monday.
- Lord Nelson
36 Foreshore Road
This seafront pub is located opposite the lifeboat house and has a large bar at street level with upstairs restaurant/function area. A real ale is offered during the holiday season. Accommodation is available throughout the year. At weekends, karaoke nights are popular with locals and visitors alike. Occasional live bands also feature. Family and dog friendly.
- Lord Rosebery
The Lord Rosebery was originally built in 1895 as the Scarborough Liberal Headquarters and then acquired by the Co-operative Society after WWII who opened a walk-round store in the building. This busy pub is on two levels with a bar located on both. Frequently changing guest beers are available and food is served all day every day with featured club nights.
A recent real ale outlet in the South Cliff area of town at the former Soba Bar. This is a large single-roomed bar with comfortable, modernistic furnishings offering three changing real ales ( often from local micros ). There is a conservatory to the front of the bar.
The Merchant is a multi-levelled single-roomed pub with an upstairs function room and bar, located close to the South beach. Of note is the main bar which is constructed with sawn-off pieces of railway sleepers. A regular beer " The Merchant Gold " is brewed locally. Meals are served from the next door cafe on request. En-suite accommodation is available. This is a live-music orientated establishment with events occuring most nights of the week and is home to the Scarborough Folk Club who meet on Mondays
- Mist Bar
66 St Thomas Street
Mist is a busy and lively town-centre,single-roomed, lounge bar with comfortable modern furnishings. 1 changing cask ale is usually available, draught continental lagers, a wide selection of bottled beers a are offered. To the rear is a partially covered drinking/smoking area.
- Nags Head
35 High Street,Scalby
This Grade II listed "ale house", the Nags Head is a traditional two-roomed local, situated at the heart of picturesque Scalby village - visitors and locals are welcome alike throughout the year. There is a sociable bar, comfortable lounge and cosy snug. Home-cooked food is available at lunchtimes. The Nags Head plays an integral part of village life with the organising of money raising events for local charities. Live music is featured on the last Saturday of the month and weekly quiz nights are every Tuesday.
- New Tavern
131 Falsgrave Road
This Grade II listed building (circa 1690's) is a busy traditional local's pub in the Falsgrave drinking circuit. One house beer plus a rotating guest ( from Marston portfolio ) are offered. A single ground-floor room is divided into bar and games areas together with an upstairs function room and bar. A "secret" beer garden is located at the rear. Bar snacks are available on request. The pub has several teams participating in local pool and darts leagues. Occasional live entertainment is featured at weekends.
- Newcastle Packet
This popular pub, adjacent to the harbour, is open planned with split level drinking areas and game areas. Numerous photographs linked with the local fishing industry adorn the walls. Live music and karaoke are regular activities. Family and dog friendly.
- Newlands Park
Newlands Park Drive
Located in a residential area north of the town centre, this large two-roomed community local has a main bar and separate games room (which can be utilised for functions). The pub is sports orientated and boasts teams participating in local leagues; Football,Netball,Pool & Darts. There is live entertainment on the first Saturday night of every month. SKY & BT sports TV's may be viewed. The outdoor drinking area is popular during summer.
- North Riding Brew Pub
161-163 North Marine Road
Scarborough's only brew pub, serving at least six continually changing beers from local and microbreweries around the UK, available are always one or more North Riding beers together with beers brewed at the pub. These are complemented by three craft keg beers sourced from around the world and an extensive range of craft bottled beers. The pub has a public bar and quiet lounge , both with real fires. Quiz night is Thursday. Local CAMRA Town Pub of the Year 2019.
- Old Scalby Mills
Scalby Mills Road
This popular seafront local was originally a watermill but has seen many uses over the years - old photographs and prints chart its history. Admire the superb views of the North Bay from the sheltered patio, conservatory or lounge. The Cleveland Way reaches the seafront here and there is a Sealife Centre nearby. Five real ales are offered, reducing to four during winter months. Children and dogs are welcome. Food available daily all year (except Christmas Day)
- Papas Fish & Chips Restaurant
Located in the southern outskirts of Scarborough, adjacent to the A64 and close to Morrison's Super Market. Papas is an award winning national fish and chip restaurant chain with this establishment being a former pub. Two regular real ales are available and served with a meal. There is also a takeaway.
- Plough Inn
21 High Street
Located at the centre of Scalby village, this recently refurbished pub, after a lengthy closure, specialises in quality cuisine. There is one large room divided into a 'J' shaped bar area, eating area and snug. Four cask ales are offered, one regular and three changing, all from local microbreweries. B & B accommodation is also available. The pub is family friendly and smoking is catered for at the side of the building.
- Poachers Barn
Osgodby Lane, Osgodby
The Poachers Barn is a friendly community pub situated some 3 miles from the Scarborough town centre in Osgodby village. Two regular cask beers and a rotating guest, all from the Marston portfolio, are available. An all-day food menu is offered and there are food theme nights (meals may be eaten in the main bar or restaurant ). Accommodation is available. Live entertainment is on Friday nights and quiz nights are popular. Smokers are catered for at the rear of the pub. Dogs are welcome, but not in the restaurant.
- Ramshill Hotel
66 Ramshill Road
A busy single-roomed local located on the A165 Scarborough to Bridlington road in the South Cliff area of town. The large main room has an L-shaped bar and a separate games area. Pub teams participate in local leagues. Live entertainment features during weekend evenings. An outdoor smoking area is provided at the rear.
- Rivelyn Hotel
1-4 Crown Crescent
The Rivelyn Hotel, located on the South Cliff, a few minutes walk from the town centre, has recently been acquired by the owners of the Scarborough Brewery and award winning Valley Bar. The bar area is comfortably furnished and offers two cask ales from the Scarborough Brewery together with a selection of Belgian and German bottled beers. Entertainment and activities are being planned for the future.
- Roscoes Bar
Roscoe Rooms,Roscoe Street
Located at the Victoria Road end of Roscoe Street and approximately 300m from the Railway Station. The building was completed in 1903 as an adult school by Joshua Rowntree with the bar and function room (complete with snooker table) situated on the first floor. A family oriented pub and ideally equipped for hosting functions. Pub teams participate in local snooker and pool leagues. There is a covered smoking area at ground level to the rear.
2 Hackness Road
The Rosette is a large pub located in Newby, a northern suburb of Scarborough, and is one of the "Sizzling Pubs" chain. This is a two-roomed pub with a front tap room separated into a drinking and games area with the large rear eating area to the rear. An extensive menu is offered, with meals served all day. There is a spacious outdoor drinking area together with a children's play area and at the side is a covered smoking area. The weekly quiz is held on Thursday nights. Real ales are cask marque apporoved. Dogs are welcome in the front bar.
- Scalby Manor Hotel
Scalby Manor Hotel is located off the A165 just north of Scalby Beck and is part of the "Crown Carveries" chain. Meals are available throughout the day, with breakfasts served between 9am -11am ( every day in Summer, Sat & Sun in Winter ) and the carvery from 11am - 9.30pm every day of the week - no booking is required. The cask ale is cask marque approved. Popular with locals and visitors from the nearby caravan park. At the side is a spacious beer garden encompassing a childrens play area. Smokers are catered for at the front. Occasional live entertainment features at weekends.
- Scarborough Arms
1 North Terrace
An extensively renovated two-roomed, family friendly, pub based on a medieval theme and renowned for its qualitiy cuisine. One house beer plus three guest ales are presently offered. Home cooked meals are served every day until at least 8pm. Live entertainment every Saturday night. Smoking area at front of building. Car parking either on-street (time limited between 9am-7pm) or adjacent P&D area
- Scarborough Borough Council Employees Welfare Club
Located on Dean Road and close to the Town Centre, this club comprises of a large bar area with adjacent snooker room and 200 capacity function room upstairs. Three changing guest cask ales are offered. Club teams participate in local snooker and darts and domino leagues. The club is family friendly with CAMRA members welcome subject to signing in. There is an outdoor drinking/smoking area at the side. Local CAMRA Club of the Year 2019.
- Scarborough Flyer
4-13 St Nicholas Street
The Scarborough Flyer has recently been refurbished, transforming the venue into the modern trendy bar it is now and is located in the "night-life" heart of the town centre. The large split-level main bar is divided into several eating areas ( all disabled friendly ).There are four rotating guest ales on offer. All day food menus are available. Popular with party-goers, when the music is turned up. Football fans can "catch the match" on the giant screen. A DJ provides entertainment each weekend. Real cider is available from time to time.
- Scarborough Real Ale,Cider & Arts Festival
Ocean Room, Scarborough Spa, South Bay
The 3rd Scarborough Real Ale, Cider and Arts Festival is to be held in the Ocean Room, Scarborough Spa from Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th March 2019.
80 real ales together with 25 real ciders are offered. Live entertainment will feature on Friday & Saturday from 8pm onwards. Hot and cold food will be available.
Hosting Yorkshire Beard Day with various beard competitions being judged on Saturday.
- Scholars Bar
6 Somerset Terrace
A warm, friendly atmosphere prevails at this town-centre pub at the rear of the main shopping centre voted as CAMRA runner up Town pub of the Year 2015. It has a large front bar and a games room. Five rotating guest beers, usually from Yorkshire microbreweries, are offered plus numerous ciders and perries. TV screens show major sporting events. Twenty eight pints are the prize at the Thursday quiz. May close earlier during winter months.
- Ship Inn
71 Falsgrave Road
A former coaching inn (Grade II listed), this busy local is located in Falsgrave with a main room divided into a lounge, tap and games area. A separate room doubles as a function/ restaurant area. A Carvery is offered Wed evenings and Sun lunchtime. Outside, at the rear, is a childrens play area and spacious beer garden. There is a weekly quiz night and live entertainment at weekends
- Stumble Inn
This first micropub in Scarborough was a welcome addition to the local real ale scene and quickly gained a reputation for its beer and cider. Located a short walk from the railway station, this former solicitors' office is a single roomed pub offering six rotating guest ales with local breweries always represented. Up to twenty-six real ciders and perries are also available. An establishment which is ideal for a cosy chat and chill out. Dog friendly. Local CAMRA Town Pub of the Year 2016. 2017 Yorkshire Cider pub of the Year.
- Sun Inn
21 St Thomas Street
This town-centre pub is located close to the "night life" area and can be lively at weekends. A main room is divided into drinking, eating and games areas. Meals are served lunchtimes and evenings during summer and throughout the day on Fridays and Saturdays in winter. Live entertainment features at weekends. Major sporting events can be viewed on large screens. Smokers are catered for at the rear of the pub. P & D parking is also available nearby.
- Tap & Spile
94 Falsgrave Road
Sympathetically restored Grade II listed public house, not far from the town centre, serving five cask ales. There are two main rooms plus a small snug where local memorabilia is displayed. The T & S is a venue for live music (with Sunday afternoons particularly popular). This thriving local has a friendly atmosphere; TV sports are shown in one bar. A beer garden is situated at the rear. Dogs are welcome in the tap room.
- Trafalgar Hotel
60 Trafalgar Street West
The Trafalgar is a typical street corner locals' pub situated only a few minutes walk from the town centre with a traditional tap room and comfortable lounge bar. In addition to the house beer, occasional guests are available. This is a games orientated pub with pool and darts teams competing in local leagues. Of note is the picture of the famous battle hanging in the lounge together with other nautical memorabilia. Children are welcome until 7pm. Smokers are catered for at the rear.
- Tunny Catch
24 Burniston Road
This family orientated "Generous George" pub is adjacent to the Waterpark, located on Burniston Road (A165). A large open plan room with L-shaped bar is separated into eating areas together with a pool room/drinking area. Four changing guest ales are offered from the extensive Marston's portfolio. A wide range of meals are served throughout the day with an additional menu available on Sundays. BT Sports TV can be enjoyed and pub entertainment is planned; including monthly live music ( Sat evenings ), Thursday evening open mic nights and a weekly quiz. A spacious outdoor drinking/smoking area is situated at the front of the premises with a children's play area to the side.
- United Sports Bar
94-100 St Thomas Street
A former social club now open to all, offering a warm welcome to locals and tourists alike. This comfortable bar is to be found situated on the first floor via a door opposite the Atlas Taxi office. The bar plays host to a number of indoor sports teams as well as a Sunday football team. Most major sports events are shown on TV. Live music plays on some Saturdays. Parking is available at a nearby Car Park or time limited on-street (both P&D). Children are welcome until 7.30pm
- Valley Bar
51 Valley Road
The pub, recently relocated adjacent to the original cellar bar, is a large room divided into several drinking areas with semi-circular bar. Of note is the remarkable décor utilising antique furniture components. Five handpumps offer mainly microbrewery beers, usually including one or more from Scarborough Brewery. Up to eight real ciders and perries are also available with over 50 bottles of Belgian beers including Cantillon (when available). There is also a pool room together with a separate function room. CAMRA National Cider Pub of the Year 2007 and local CAMRA Town Pub of the Year 2005 and 2007. Accommodation is available at a discount to CAMRA members
2 St Thomas Street
This single-roomed bar is located at the heart of the town centre ( formerly The Plough - a Camerons stronghold ). A guest ale is offered at weekends when live music features. Various bottled craft beers are also available. A family friendly establishment with dogs welcome.
70 Castle Road
A traditional open plan public house sporting a pool table, darts and quiz machine. Large smoking shelter within a small garden to the rear. Dog and child friendly. Plans to serve food following an imminent kitchen refit.
The Grade II listed Wilson's (formerly Leeds Hotel) is located close to the sea-front and provides a warm welcome to locals and visitors. This is a single roomed pub with horseshoe bar and adorned with numerous photographs relating to the local fishing industry. Up to eight cask ales are offered. En-suite accommodation is available in five letting rooms, presently on a room only basis. Pub teams participate in local darts league. Live music on Sunday afternoons. Local CAMRA Town Runner-up Pub of the Year 2019
- Albert 58 North Marine Road Scarborough YO12 7PE moc.tenretnitb@tsrihdeniluap(01723) 447260
- Copper Horse
15 Main Street
The Copper Horse is located in the heart of Seamer village some 4 miles south-west of Scarborough.The building dates back to the 17th century and is now an award winning pub-style restaurant with a unique theatrical theme ( walls and ceilings are adorned with theatrical memorabilia of stage and screen dating back to the 1950's ). A rotating guest ale is offered.Accommodation is available in the nearby luxury Copper Horse Cottages. At the rear is a partially covered smoking area
- The Mayfield
10-11 Main Street
This pub/restaurant is located in the main street of Seamer village some 4 miles south-west of Scarborough. There is a bar, restaurant and family room ( which leads to an impressive toddlers play area ). A regular real ale is offered together with a rotating guest. An extensive choice of home-cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings (all day at weekends ). A daily carvery is available except Mondays. En-suite B & B accommodation is available. Sky Sports can be viewed in the bar on large screens. To the rear is a beer garden which caters for smokers. Dogs are welcome when food is not being served.
- Copper Horse 15 Main Street Seamer YO12 4RS ku.oc.esrohreppoceht@ofni(01723) 862029
- East Riding Hotel
St Hilda's Street
Recently purchased from Punch Taverns, this local is situated at the top of the village, close to the A64. The large room is divided into a drinking and games area. Two changing guest ales are offered. Food, prepared on the premises, is available from the "take-away" hatch at the side of the pub. The pub pool team participates in a local league and the Sports TV is a popular feature. A smoking/drinking area is located at the rear. This establishment is popular with walkers ( being close to the Wolds Way ) particularly during the Summer months.
- East Riding Hotel St Hilda's Street Sherburn YO17 8PG (01944) 710546
- Coachman Inn
Pickering Road West
This former coaching inn, built in 1776, is Grade II listed and an ideal base for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the historic City of York and the Yorkshire Coastline. The cosy bar has traditional timber furnishings. Two regular beers and two rotating guests are offered. Various all-day food menus menus are available (including a Sunday carvery) and functions are catered for together with business facilities. Smokers are catered for under a gazebo at the front of the building. Can open later at weekends depending on demand.
66 High Street
This single-roomed local is located on the A170 Scarborough to Pickering road in the heart of Snainton village. A regular beer plus up to three guests are offered. Freshly cooked Sicilian cuisine is served on request from early evening onwards Friday and Saturday - takeaways are also available. This pub is sports orientated with teams participating in local pool,darts and domino leagues. Live entertainment features at weekends fortnightly. There is parking at the rear of the pub with a smoking/drinking area either side of the pub entrance.
- Coachman Inn Pickering Road West Snainton YO13 9PL ku.oc.nninamhcaoc@ofni(01723) 859231
- Honey Pot Inn
The Honey Pot, formerly a Victorian village school, is located on the B1229 Reighton to Flamborough road almost a mile from Speeton Village and has an "Olde World" ambiance. There is a main room divided into drinking, snug and restaurant areas plus a family room which opens into a huge covered children's playground. Freshly cooked meals are served lunchtimes and evenings during summer ( best to check winter opening hours before visit - i.e. Nov to Mar ). There is a smoking/drinking area at the front, side & rear of the pub and parking to the side. Of note are the numerous dolls and "teddies" displayed in both bar areas. Opening hours are significantly increased during Summer School Holidays ( eg opening at 4 on Mondays and 12 Tuesdays to Fridays )
- Honey Pot Inn Flamborough Road Speeton YO14 9TA (01723) 891783
- Thornton le Dale
- Buck Inn
Thornton le Dale
This welcoming traditional village pub is Grade II listed. Two guest beers (four during weekends and summer) come from Yorkshire independents such as Whitby and Wold Top. Home-made pub food is served daily until 9pm each day. Pool, darts and a Wednesday general knowledge quiz, are held weekly, together with fortnightly Open Mic nights on Thursdays. The beer garden is a suntrap in summer, where you can relax after a day in Dalby Forest or on the moors, or just sit soaking up the beautiful village atmosphere. Gluten free bottles from Wold Top & Bellfield are available. 3 en-suite rooms are available for B & B accommodation.
- New Inn
Thornton le Dale
Family-owned and run Grade II listed inn, restored to create the feel of yesteryear. Dating to around 1720, when it was a coaching house, the inn overlooks the medieval village stocks and market cross. An ideal touring base for the North York moors, Ryedale, Dalby Forest and coast, it prides itself on freshly-cooked food, with a wide range of specials. There is a large main room separated into a drinking and eating area. Accommodation is available with six en-suite rooms featuring handmade pine furniture. A smoking/drinking area is located at the rear and dogs are welcome away from the restaurant.
- Buck Inn Chestnut Avenue Thornton le Dale YO18 7RW moc.oohay@9494nnylfsirhc(01751) 474212
- Blue Bell Inn
This country inn overlooks the village green and is surrounded by gently rolling Wolds countryside.The Blue Bell boasts a prestigious restuarant and two private dining rooms, offering excellent food, sourced from locally sourced produce, and wine ( the wine list currently features over 70 bins for the connoisseur ). En-suite accommodation is available both at the Inn and in an adjacent annex building. The Blue Bell has received many culinary awards during recent years. Pub teams participate in a local darts league. There are smoking/drinking areas at the front and rear.
- Star Inn
Recently re-opened after a considerable period of closure. Located on The Wolds Way it is popular with walkers and locals alike. There is a split-level bar and separate restaurant. Home-cooked meals, sourced from local produce, are served during opening hours ( last orders 9pm ) and en-suite accommodation is available. Guest beers are usually from Wold Top. The Star is ideally situated for visiting the Yorkshire coast, moors and National Park. The Ganton Championship Golf Course is only a few miles away. Dogs are welcome in the bar area.
- Blue Bell Inn Main Street Weaverthorpe YO17 8EX moc.eprohtrevaewllebeulb@seiriuqne(01944) 738204
- West Ayton
- Forge Valley Hotel
Roadside Tudor-style former coaching inn built in the 18th century alongside John Carr's bridge over the River Derwent. Popular with locals and visitors, it has a large lounge, back bar, restaurant and function room with an impressive high ceiling. Home-cooked meals are served daily together with a Sunday carvery. Thursday is music quiz night with jazz night the last Wednesday monthly. Outside is a spacious beer garden and smokers are catered for in an adjacent spacious covered and heated area. Dogs and children are welcome.
- Forge Valley Hotel Pickering Road West Ayton YO13 9JE moc.yellavegrofedloey@ofni(01723) 862146
- West Heslerton
- Dawnay Arms
This village local is located just off the A64 and has a main bar divided into drinking, eating and games areas plus a separate restaurant. One regular beer is offered together with a two guests sourced from Yorkshire microbreweries. Pub teams participate in local pool, darts and domino leagues. At the rear is a spacious beer garden and partially covered smoking/drinking area.
- Dawnay Arms Church Street West Heslerton YO17 8RQ (01944) 728507
- Downe Arms
This Grade II listed country inn is situated on the edge of the magnificent North Yorkshire Moors National Park and only 10mins from Scarborough. Part of the Dawnay Estates founded in 1656, this 17th century former farmhouse offers an intimate & historical setting for that special meal or relaxing drink. . Local, seasonal produce is used where possible to create great food - both traditional Yorkshire cuisine and international dishes. En-suite accommodation is available and functions/conferences can be catered for ( up to 150 delegates/ guests ). Live entertainment features at weekends. There is a smoking/drinking area at the rear. Dogs are welcome in the bar.
- Downe Arms Main Street Wykeham YO13 9QB ku.oc.letohsmraenwod@ofni(01723) 862471
- Providence Inn
Originally a coaching inn on the York to Edinburgh highway, but actually named after a barge that navigated the River Derwent to its highest point. Ideally situated in the centre of the Vale of Pickering and reasonably close to the coast, York, the Wolds and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. There is a large main bar and separate restaurant. This establishment has always had a reputation for excellent freshly cooked food and a warm and friendly atmosphere. The pub is attached to a large camp site with facilities for tents, caravans and motor homes. Smokers and drinkers can avail themselves of the partially covered beer garden at the rear. There is also a well equipped childrens' play area to the rear. The Providence boasts several "day-time" ghosts (heard but not seen).
- Providence Inn Station Road Yedingham YO17 8SL (01944) 728093