If there's one thing Yorkshire is not short on, it's a fine establishment in which you can enjoy a pint of Yorkshire's finest ale.
Whether you're looking for a countryside pub with a big log fire, a coastal pub with stunning sea views or a city centre pub full of character and friendly faces, you're in luck when you're in Yorkshire.
Durham Ox, Crayke: An award winning traditional pub showcasing the best of local produce in their menu, as well as stocking an extensive range of wines and cask ales. Well worth a visit.
The Falcon Inn, Arncliffe: The Falcon, a traditional Dales village Inn owned by the Miller family for four generations. Ale - Timothy Taylors Best Bitter - is still served in the time-honoured fashion: from barrel to glass via a porcelain jug.
The Forresters Arms, Carlton in Coverdale: The Foresters Arms, Carlton is situated just away from the busy town of Leyburn in Wensleydale and offers the perfect base to explore the Yorkshire Dales while still being able to relax in a tranquil friendly environment.
The Duke of York, York: Located in the heart of medieval York, at the top of the historic Shambles, the ‘Duke' is a pub packed full of history and charm. As part of the Leeds Brewery family they pride themselves on the quality and range of their beer selection, and also on our locally sourced, freshly prepared food. So whether you want to pop in for a pint, a bite to eat, or just to rest your legs for a chat over a cup of tea, they have something for you.
The Horseshoe Inn, Levisham: Run by the Wood brothers, The Horseshoe Inn is set in the peace and tranquility of Levisham village, within the North York Moors National Park. A perfect place for lunch or dinner, and a perfect destination for that relaxing country break.
The Lion and Key, Hull: The Lion and Key is a Traditional Public House situated on High Street in the Heart of Hull's Historic Old Town, Specialising in Cask Ales and Traditional Pub Food
The Star at Sancton: Everything that's great about East Yorkshire under one roof! A traditional village pub for drinking and dining. Theu are devoted to sourcing and using local produce from East Yorkshire.
Hawkes, Hull: Opened in June 2012 , Hawkes takes its name from William Hawkes, a gunmaker who manufactured bespoke guns and rifles at the premises back in 1810.
Town Hall Tavern, Leeds: An eclectic gastropub in Leeds city centre serving fresh, locally sourced British food, quality cocktails, fine wines and traditional cask ales. What's not to like?
Shibden Mill Inn, Halifax: This pub has been at the heart of local life for over 300 years, with a reputation for fantastic food, drink and sumptuous 4 star guest accommodation. Open fires and low beams make Shibden Mill Inn a really special Yorkshire pub.
The Cricketers Arms, Wakefield: This is a real ale pub situated in the village of Horbury. Warm, friendly relaxed atmosphere, families welcome. Our passion is real cask ale and we support local micro-breweries. We are Cask Marque accredited and feature in CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Cheeseboards & Meat Meze boards available all day every day.
West Riding Refreshment Rooms, Dewsbury: Now a multi-award winning Station Bar thier passion is real cask ale; Cask Marque accredited & feature in CAMRA Good Beer Guide and have recently won Heavy Woollen CAMRA Pub of the Year 2012. Food is served daily, beer garden & free Wi Fi with live out door music April to September on Platform 3.
The Sportsman, Huddersfield: Winner of CAMRA Heritage design award, a traditional real ale pub. Cask Marque accredited and feature in CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Homemade food, served daily; real fire; beer garden; and free WiFi.
Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton: Olde world Country Pub with a contempory twist. Caters for your every need from a pint of real ale to a wedding for 150. Everyone welcome.
Coco Ice Cellar Cocktail Bar, Bawtry: At Coco Ice, you can enjoy the best cocktails in a great setting. They are crazy about quality spirits and mixers, taste and presentation, all of which are reflected in their superbly designed bar, their use of the finest, freshest ingredients and their constantly evolving cocktail menu, which includes both cocktail favourites and their own signature drinks.
The Wortley Arms, Sheffield: The pub was originally built as a coach house in 1753 at a cost of 188 pounds and 66 shillings! Downstairs in The Wortley Arms pub you will find we have retained many of the features that have given this historical building its renowned character including its revolving doors and the solid oak beams.
Cubley Hall Inn, Barnsley: Cubley Hall Freehouse Pub-Restaurant-Hotel is located near Sheffield. Cubley Hall has the ideal location, nestling in the Pennine green belt on the edge of the Peak District National Park yet within easy reach of all the motorway and major road networks close to Sheffield and its new airport plus Barnsley, Rotherham, Huddersfield, and Leeds