Eating in Yorkshire's Countryside
The newly refurbished Bluebell Country Inn is now regarded as a top class North Yorkshire Restaurant. Tenderly refurbished by Mike and Annette Anson, the Bluebell Country Inn is regarded by those in the know as a top class and value for money North Yorkshire restaurant. From the garden, to the lounge and into the dining room, the Bluebell simply exudes class.
The Crab & Lobster, Generous, unpretentious and prepared to perfection. If you're serious about food, a visit to the highly acclaimed Crab & Lobster Restaurant is a must. The 'Crab' offers a wide variety of gourmet dishes, from fresh local seafood to traditional English fare.
The Malt Shovel is a charming 16th-century inn, situated in a picturesque village within easy reach of Harrogate, Ripon and Knaresborough. Open fires, quirky rooms, fantastic food, cask ales and wines, make this excellent inn well worth a visit.
Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton - Winners of the White Rose 2009 Awards 'Yorkshire Pub of the Year' - This is a venue for tradition with flare. Their multi awarding winning chefs have combined their experience of traditional food with the modern flavours of today to create an eating experience to be remembered. Using the very best fresh ingredients available, including home grown fruit and vegetables from their gardens, fresh meat and fresh fish of the day, they provide a wide range of menu options to suit all.
The Durham Ox, Crayke - A 300-year old pub with original features and offering comfortable surroundings without recourse to trendy fixtures and fittings. In the bar area the original flag stones are still on the floor and on the walls oak panels fitted by the local woodcarver as well as a bar that bears his name still takes pride of place. With a roaring fire alight in the inglenook fireplace in winter and an outside balcony for summer dining the pub oozes atmosphere.
The Star Inn, Harome - An historic 14th Century thatched inn with hospitality steeped in its very timbers, The Star Inn is located in the picturesque village of Harome. Taken over in 1996 by Andrew Pern, The Star Inn has since won nearly every award worth its salt for Andrew's 'Modern Yorkshire' cooking and his Inn's warm hospitality.
The New Inn - At the heart of Huby Village, The New Inn is the perfect place to relax, catch up with friends and family and have a great night out. With a friendly bar and relaxing restaurant, The New Inn is cosy, warm, welcoming and popular with locals and visitors. It is a family friendly pub and they welcome well behaved dogs to the bar area. They source their quality meats locally, and are proud of the quality of our cask ales, craft beers, quality ciders and exclusive list of wines chosen by customers.
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Rockliffe Hall: From gourmet tasting menus to tasty grills, it's no surprise that Rockliffe Hall is synonymous with luxury surroundings and award-winning food. Whether it's traditional afternoon tea or a succulent steak, their three restaurants boast three very different culinary experiences. With Michelin-starred chef Richard Allen at the helm, the flagship Orangery restaurant offers a varied menu, exquisite wines and carefully concocted cocktails, revitalised for a new chapter in the iconic restaurant's history. Much of what you'll enjoy in the restaurant has come from the 365 acre estate and their aim is to take you on a foodie journey across land, air and sea.
The Bay Horse: Great food is paramount to the Bay Horse with succulent meats from North Yorkshire, the freshest fish from the North Sea and cheeses from Wensleydale and Hawes. Be it a celebration dinner, a gathering of friends or a traditional Sunday Lunch - The Bay Horse is the perfect setting. The restaurant can seat up to 36 people and may also be available for private hire.
The Box Tree, Ilkley - This small renowned restaurant has been a part of Ilkley since the early sixties. Now owned by husband and wife team Simon and Rena Gueller, the Box Tree continues to aim to be the best. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offer food lovers an unforgettable experience.
The Glasshouse Restaurant - Food at the KP is about what you want, when you want it. Treat yourself to eggs Benedict for a laid-back brunch, relax with friends and share our take on tapas or a sit down to a perfect rib of beef for Sunday lunch with the family. Whatever you're in the mood for - The KP have got it covered. Take your pick from the anytime lounge menu downstairs, the stylish dining room upstairs or seasonal drinks and classic cocktails at the bar. With views over the rolling Yorkshire landscape, it's a great spot to be.
The Yorke Arms, Ramsgill-in-Nidderdale The Michelin starred Yorke Arms is one of Britain's leading Restaurants with Rooms and its excellence has been acclaimed by the major guide publications for its food from one of the world's top female chefs Frances Atkins. It attained a Michelin star in 2003 and was voted Number 1 restaurant in the UK by 'Good Food Guide' in 2007/8.
The Pipe and Glass Inn, South Dalton - East Yorkshire's first and only Michelin Star, The Pipe & Glass Inn was also named Pub of the Year in the 2012 edition of the Michelin Eating Out in Pubs Guide. Committed to sourcing as much local and seasonal produce as possible - but first and foremost quality counts. Dating back to the 15th century, The Pipe & Glass Inn stands on the site of the original gatehouse to Dalton Park, still the residence of Lord Hotham.
Situated in the picturesque village of Stillington, The White Bear Inn is a traditional free house country pub and is ideally located for a range of local attractions. Owned and run by Phil and Sue Robinson for the past 15 years, The White Bear Inn is popular with visitors and locals alike and provides excellent food from a range of menus together with a warm Yorkshire welcome. It's also ideally located for visiting Castle Howard, Rievaulx Abbey, Helmsley Castle, York Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington, York Races, Ampleforth College, Kilburn White Horse and Sutton Bank.
The Timble Inn, a romantic Grade II listed 18th Century Coaching Inn, situated in the beautiful Washburn Valley, a part of the delightful Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our restaurant is cosy and intimate, serving freshly cooked dishes using locally sourced ingredients and produce wherever possible.