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The Wolds Inn


Sixteenth century in origin, this family-run hostelry is, at 525 feet above sea level, the highest in the Yorkshire Wolds. Copper pans and gleaming brassware fill the wood-panelled interior, where the open fires still burn good old-fashioned coal. A typical meal in the charming restaurant could start with smoked haddock and spring onion fishcake; or fresh melon with port wine; then progress to Whitby seafood platter; loin of pork cooked in cider with crispy crackling; or mushroom Stroganoff. Leave room for treacle sponge or fruit Pavlova. The overnight accommodation is particularly popular with those exploring the countryside and coastal area.

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Tel: 01377 288217
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Timothy Taylor Landlord, Theakston Best Bitter, York Guzzler


12-2 5-11 (Sun 12-10.30)


Mon (ex BHs)


Children welcome.
Coach parties catered.
Bedrooms available.



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