This village hotel and pub form part of the Worsley family's historic Hovingham Hall Estate. Hambleton Stallion from nearby Thirsk, and Black Sheep from Masham are on tap in the Cricketers’ Bar (the local team has played on the village green for over 150 years). You can eat here or in the two-Rosette restaurant; lunch and afternoon tea are also served in the large walled garden. Lunchtime choices could include a selection of sandwiches; while the à la carte lists such dishes as handmade beer-braised Sutton Bank ox cheek and fresh horseradish ravioli with cracked pepper and ox cheek beef cream; sous vide chunky Whitby cod with creamed Yukon Gold mashed potato, fresh shellfish and Loch Fyne roasted smoked salmon; or heritage tomato tart, basil purée, roasted hazelnuts, St Thom goat's cheese, beetroot meringue and micro herbs. The pub hosts regular wine evenings and a supper club, and wine is selected by their Master Sommelier proprietor.