Much restored since coaching inn days, the pub is, give or take a house or two, pretty much all there is to Harewood End. The wood-walled and wood-floored interior is decorated with old enamel signs, including a period gem showing a rubicund, besmocked yokel enjoying his pint. Talking of which, look for ales from local brewers like Kel Paul, Purity and Wobbly. Menus offer plenty of choice at both lunchtime and dinner, with beer-battered hake; jerk sweet potato and black bean curry; mustard-glazed ham and free-range eggs; and Portobello mushroom provençale stew. Separate gluten-free menus offer a generous choice too. The shady garden's a delight.