Tithe Bar

Bar

Description

The summer of 2012 saw the tavern undergo a refurbishment programme which resulted in a more stylish & contemporary look with greater focus on comfort.

Situated in what was once the Thorn Gap, the building was orginally a tithe barn for the Northallerton district. It was used to store wheat & agricultural produce paid as ' tithes' for the Bishopric of Durham.

Following this use,the building was used by many local craftsmen
such as joiners, blacksmiths, wheelwrights & saddlers. In the 1890's, langtons, the ironmongers, saddlers, boot & shoemakers were established here. In the 1990's the building was converted to The Tanner Hop Bar & Function Rooms which closed following a flood in 2000.

The ground floor bar area is spacious, yet divided into three intimate areas, creating a very welcoming ambience.

In the 1990's the building was converted to The Tanner Hop Bar & Function Rooms which closed following a flood in 2000.

The ground floor bar area is spacious, yet divided into three intimate areas, creating a very welcoming ambience.

The characterful first floor dining room is also available for private hire and meetings. Tithe Bar is ideally located some 50 yards from Northallerton's impressive high street with its excellent range of shops and excellent parking facilities.

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Opening Hours

Sun 12:00 23:00
Mon 12:00 23:00
Tue 12:00 23:00
Wed 12:00 23:00
Thu 12:00 23:00
Fri 12:00 00:00
Sat 12:00 00:00

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