Hull & East Yorkshire

Campaign for Real Ale

Pub Guide (LocAle)

Participating pubs are granted accreditation at the discretion of the local branch, Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA, and subject to the licensee agreeing that they will endeavour to ensure at least one locally brewed real ale, as defined by the local branch, is on sale at all times and that only real ale, as defined by CAMRA, can be promoted as a CAMRA LocAle. LocAle pubs now include those with CAMRA real ale accredited bottled beers.

The Definition of LocAle:

For the purpose of the Hull & East Yorkshire scheme pubs would have to stock a beer from either an East Yorkshire brewery or from a brewery within 25 miles of the pub. Real ales from regional and national breweries as well as from microbreweries can be regarded as “local”, if they are brewed within what the branch has deemed to be the local area.

Pubs serving LocAle

  • Arnold
    • Bay Horse Black Tup Lane Arnold HU11 5JA Telephone(01964) 500305

      Local village pub. Community asset. Dates from the 1800's. Themed party nights are a common attraction.

  • Bempton
    • White Horse 30 High Street Bempton YO15 1HB Telephone(01262) 850266

      The pub roof tiles are unique as they are all a shade of blue. A popular pub with holiday makers and locals, also with bird watchers who visit the RSPB site at the cliff top as it has a large colony of puffins and other sea birds who come to nest there. Its an open plan public house selling a changing range of ales. A popular quiz is held every Tuesday. Offers the full range of Wold Top gluten free beers in bottle.

  • Beverley
    • Chequers Micropub 15 Swaby's Yard, Dyer Lane Beverley HU17 9BZ Telephone07964 227906

      Opened in 2013 by a CAMRA member, Chequers is a small and friendly pub just off the main Saturday market area of Beverley centre. Features one room on two levels with a small outdoor drinking area. Ian and his staff are passionate about what they do and always try to provide an interesting and varied selection of real ales and ciders. Cider pub of the year 2020.

    • Cross Keys 8 Lairgate Beverley HU17 8EE Telephone(01482) 880388

      Dating from the mid 18th century this large public house was refurbished and opened by JD Wetherspoon on 19 April 2016. The original building was extended into a smaller adjoining building giving the pub a split level layout with a large central area and some smaller rooms off. There are 2 banks of 6 handpumps and a focus on LocAles. Open for breakfast from 8am with alcohol served from 9am.

    • Dog & Duck 33 Ladygate Beverley HU17 8BH Telephone(01482) 862419

      On side street adjacent to Brown's department store the pub was built in the 1930's as a John Smith's house and has been run by the same family for 45 years. It comprises three areas: a bar with a period brick fireplace and bentwood seating, a front lounge with an open fire, and a rear snug. The good-value, home-cooked lunches are popular. Guest accommodation is in six purpose-built self-contained rooms to the rear. Close to Beverley bus station. Dog friendly after food service.

    • L J's Bar Unit 2 , Keldgate shopping centre, Lincoln Way Beverley HU17 8RH Telephone(01482) 872595

      New small bar on outskirts of Beverley opened in former convenience store which was forced to close following the opening of a Co-op in the former Lincoln Arms. The owner does not see it as a micropub just a small bar selling a wide range of dinks catering mainly for the local residents on the estate.

    • Monks Walk 19 Highgate Beverley HU17 0DN Telephone(01482) 864972

      Traditional pub in the shadow of Beverley Minster. Access from both Highgate and Eastgate (via rear yard). A small bar serves the long main room which stretches back through a small restaurant area. A recently developed smaller room is on the opposite side of the alleyway and acts as the real ale bar. A walled garden offers the best pub view of the Minster in Beverley. Additional real ales may be available direct from pins in the cellar. Keg beers and lagers from local breweries are also available with some craft brewers such as Brewdog also on keg. Traditional pub food is available Monday to Saturday and Beef or pork roasts, with vegetarian options, on Sundays. R/up POTY 2020 (town)

    • Moulders Arms 32 Wilbert Lane Beverley HU17 0AG Telephone(01482) 863214

      One roomed locals pub near railway station popular with race-goers when Beverley races on.

    • Windmill 53 Lairgate Beverley HU17 8ET Telephone(01482) 862817

      Situated just off Saturday Market in an alley accessible from Lairgate and Toll Gavel this family owned freehouse serves three real ales with one usually from a local brewery. There are 19 en-suite rooms situated across the alley. The long narrow bar has a pool table, shows live sports and has wifi. There is a quieter area to one end of the bar. Open at 10am for breakfast for non-residents.

  • Blacktoft
    • Hope & Anchor Blacktoft Lane Blacktoft DN14 7YW Telephone(01430) 440441

      Thriving village local on the bank of the River Ouse. The RSPB's Blacktoft Sands is visible on the far bank. Conservatory offers fine river views. Fine collection of jugs displayed in bar. Real ale reduced by 20p from 5-6.30pm.

  • Brantingham
    • Triton Inn Ellerker Road Brantingham HU15 1QE Telephone(01482) 667261

      Recently refurbished,this popular local pub and restaurant serves the community and walkers,cyclists with both pub meals or fine dinning in the evening. Weddings and other celebrations are catered for.

  • Bridlington
    • Brunswick Hotel 13 Manor Street Bridlington YO15 2SA Telephone(01262) 672186

      A popular 2 roomed pub with the locals and holiday/ day tripper . Wold Top beers are regular served. Accommodation is available . Lively entertainment can be guaranteed at the weekends until late. Close to the Harbour.

    • Marine Bar North Marine Drive Bridlington YO15 2LS Telephone(01262) 675347

      Large open-plan bar, part of the Expanse Hotel. On the seafront to the north-east of the town. Ample car parking on the promenade to the front. Outdoor seating area with spectacular sea views. Local Pub of the Year in 2017 - New 2021 rooftop garden see photo.

    • Pack Horse 7 Market Place Bridlington YO16 4QJ Telephone(01262) 603502

      The pub reopened on 22 November 2015 following extensive refurbishment under the guardianship of the former owners of the award winning Telegraph Inn. Open plan, there are three customer areas, one to the right of the bar, one to the left and a third at the rear of the pub. Home-cooked pizza available weekdays only . There is a paved area to the rear of the pub. The famous stocks remain in place in front of the pub. OPENS Bank Holidays

    • Prior John 34-36 The Promenade Bridlington YO15 2QD Telephone(01262) 674256

      Large, busy Wetherspoon pub, close to the bus station. The Prior has one large crescent shaped room, with a first floor gallery reached by a spiral staircase.Reopened Aug 22nd after refurbishment.The refurbishment has extended into the building next door,features large bells hanging from the ceiling, stained-glass windows, attractive "Bridlington - It's Quicker By Rail" 1930s? style photos.There is a mezzanine area and then a few steps up to a higher sub-level where seats and tables are located looking down on the ground floor area.

    • Stackhouse Bar 15a Promenade Bridlington YO15 2PY Telephone07551 009294

      This new micro pub is on the former premises of one of the best known local bakeries Higginsons and has been tastefully refurbished. The pub with a difference . 5 changing real ales in the summer and 3 in the winter, and a selection of craft beers and spirits can be found here. Operating reduced opening hours during winter - refer to the pub's social media

    • Telegraph 110 Quay Road Bridlington YO16 4JB Telephone(01262) 674592

      Free house saved and lovingly refurbished by former owners. A wide range of real ales is served, usually from Yorkshire breweries at very reasonable prices. Features an extensive outdoor beer garden area. Closing times may vary. Check if expecting late arrival on weekdays.

    • Three B's Micropub 2 Marshall Avenue Bridlington YO15 2DS Telephone(01262) 604235

      Newly opened July 2020 from a sweet shop, this new micropub applies the micropub principles so there are no keg/spirits/music/jukeboxes (or any other electronic entertainment)within the pub. They endeavour to serve a LocAle/stronger/dark beer (4.8% ABV plus) on the bar at all times from one of the four hand pulls available. Products are also available as off-sales and they regularly update their product range on social media. never have the same beer twice and the beer range is sourced from mainly small Microbrewers mostly from Yorkshire. SIBA UK’s Best Independent Craft Beer Bar or Pub – City finalist. OPEN BANK HOLIDAY MON 12-9 BUT CLOSED TUESDAYS FOLLOWING IT.

  • Brough
    • Buccaneer 47 Station Road Brough HU15 1DZ Telephone(01482) 667435

      Popular local, close to the railway station. Two changing guest ales are usually available. Food can be eaten in the bar as well as in the dining room. Two for £10 menu and Golden Age Citizen menu available 12-6pm Mon-Fri. A mild can regularly be found on the bar.

    • Centurion Arms 39 Skillings Lane Brough HU15 1BA

      One room 'micro-pub' converted from a shop unit, in the village's shopping area. There are 4 beers available on hand pump plus one cider. There are a variety of seating areas, and dogs are welcome at all times.Third of a pint tasters are available

  • Burstwick
    • Hare & Hounds Main Street Burstwick HU12 9EA Telephone(01964) 602070

      Tastefully restored, 2005, from derelict 200 year old public house. Many historic village photographs on display.

  • Burton Pidsea
    • Black Bull Main Road Burton Pidsea HU12 9AX Telephone(01964) 671530

      Traditional local in centre of village offering accommodation. meals and music.

    • Nancy Inn Church Street Burton Pidsea HU12 9AU Telephone(01964) 671117

      This two roomed pub with its single bar serving both rooms was once a Blacksmiths forge. It still retains its charm as a blacksmith's shop with the original anvil and the forge still being present. The room to the left is mainly for dining and this hosts the Charlie's Ice Cream parlour and also during the afternoons ,tea and light lunches can be taken in Dolly's Tea Room. The other is the bar where sports can be viewed on tv.

  • Cowden
    • Cross Keys Main Road Cowden HU11 4UJ Telephone(01964) 527203

      Newly refurbished rural pub with through lounge and two separate bar. Owned by the same family as the adjacent holiday park complex.

  • Driffield
    • Benjamin Fawcett Middle Street North Driffield YO25 6SW Telephone(01377) 249130

      Like most Wetherspoon pubs this is now a spacious one-room pub. It is a conversion from previous licensed premises on site. There are both quiet areas and others which seem livelier. Family diners are welcome. Its name comes from the local printer who was one of the first to print in colour, framed examples are on display. It is decorated with artefacts that pay tribute to the members of the Armed Forces' personnel stationed in the area during World War II.

    • Spread Eagle Exchange Street Driffield YO25 6LL Telephone07525 817175

      A popular locals pub with local sport teams well looked after by the pub through sponsorship. The curry night on Thursday evening is the only food the pub does and is well attended. An ideal visit for the coverage of football on the TV. Local breweries are well supported.

  • Dunswell
    • Ship Inn Beverley Road Dunswell HU6 0AJ Telephone(01482) 859160

      Roadside inn with 4 hand pumps, friendly clientèle, accommodation, food and pub sports teams. A number of nautical items adorn the walls, including the bell from the Caroline, which still lies out in the North Sea. Accommodation enquiries @ theshipsquarters

  • Goodmanham
    • Goodmanham Arms Main Street Goodmanham YO43 3JA Telephone(01430) 873849

      Close to the Wolds Way, this village pub is very popular with walkers in the area. There is a small seating area outside adjacent to the car park. Inside the pub can be very cosy, with roaring log fires in the winter and on Friday evenings there will probably be a cooking pot hanging over the main fireplace. The Goodmanham has its own on site brewery, All Hallows with regular brews including Peg Fyfe Mild, Mischief Maker, and Ragged Robyn. A small vintage motorcycle museum was introduced 2013; accessible from within the pub. Local CAMRA Village Pub of the Year for many years and runner up 2019

  • Harpham
    • St Quintin Arms Main Street Harpham YO25 4QY Telephone(01262) 490329

      An old C16th coaching inn situated off the main Driffield to Bridlington road and well signposted. Licensee, Ian, raises his own lamb for the restaurant, the Burdass lamb. Very popular with diners and locals alike.

  • Hedon
    • Shakespeare Inn 9 Baxtergate Hedon HU12 8JN Telephone(01482) 891892

      Popular locals pub. Food features freshly-cooked local produce. Of the guest beer its usually from a local brewery.

  • Hollym
    • Plough Inn Northside Road Hollym HU19 2RS Telephone(01964) 612049

      Family run 200 year old free house of wattle and daub construction offering five real ales. Primarily a 'locals' pub, a base for Withernsea rugby club and the local running club, it is a haven for discerning holiday makers in the summer. Photographs in the bar depict its role as an ARP station during World War II. Local CAMRA village pub of the year from 2008-2010 and 2013.

  • Hornsea
    • Lucien's Coffee Lounge & Wine Bar 5-7 Newbigin Hornsea HU18 1AB Telephone(01964) 535507

      Smart and modern. Opened in March 2012 and introduced real ale in May 2015. Proved so successful that two extra real ales added in mid-2016. Comfortable and varied seating with high and low tables, and bench seating throughout. There is a garden and covered patio area to the rear.

    • Marine Marine Drive Hornsea HU18 1NJ Telephone(01964) 532183

      This is a very large two roomed pub over looking the beach with sea views. Quiz night Thursday reduced beer prices and supper included. Karaoke/disco night on Fridays. See web site for food menu and discounts.

  • Howden
    • Tailor's Chalk 3 Market Place Howden DN14 7BJ Telephone07817 713232

      Micro-pub situated in former tailor's shop consisting of a small single bar. No swearing sign gives a clue to the cosiness of the bar. Winter hours 5-11 mon-sun

  • Hull
    • Admiral of the Humber 1 Anlaby Road Hull HU1 2NT Telephone(01482) 381850

      Following a £2.5M upgrade the Admiral is the latest Wetherlodge in JD Wetherspoons portfolio. Previously the site was well connected to Hull's seafaring past. Now a large single room, mostly on one level, the building is ideally suited to those finding steps or stairs a problem. A pub which prides itself on being part of the community concerning sports and is away-fan friendly for both visiting football and rugby teams (exceptions may apply). A designated area is set aside for diners during the day, and children are welcome until 6pm. There is also a large open-air roof top garden for smokers and non-smokers alike (closes 10pm nightly)

    • Alexandra Hotel 69 Hessle Road Hull HU3 2AB Telephone07768 781277

      A grade II listed landmark pub on Hessle Road on the approach to the city centre. Reopened October 2019. Yorkshire Brewhouse supply all core bottled range as well as two casks, there is also changing ales from other local, regional and National breweries. A good selection of real cider is also available. Transport pick up and drop off is available for a donation to the pubs charity.

    • Atom Brewing Co at Corn Exchange 1-4 North Church Side Hull HU1 1RP

      Once a traditional many-roomed pub, the Corn Exchange has been through a number of transformations over the years. It is now run by Atom Brewing Co on a free of tie from Enterprise. As well as four rotating hand pulled ales it boasts up to 16 draught craft ales and a wide selection of cans and bottles ales.

    • Bank 398 Holderness Road Hull HU9 3DW Telephone(01482) 376266

      A single room pub, converted from a neighbourhood bank. Popular for sports and entertainment. Has spacious outdoor space for use in the summer months

    • Burlington Tavern 11a Manor Street Hull HU1 1YP Telephone(01482) 229031

      Sympathetically renovated single pub on the edge of the ‘Old Town’ opposite the Guildhall. Guest beers largely from Great Newsome, Copper Dragon, Saltaire and Wold Top breweries. Sandwiches available but no hot food.

    • Cross Keys Endike Lane Hull HU6 7UP Telephone(01482) 808931

      An imposing, locally listed, mock Tudor roadhouse situated on the corner of Beverley Road and Endike Lane. There is a separate lounge and bar as well as accommodation. There are regular events, detail of which, are available on their website.

    • Dairycoates Inn 580 Hessle Road Hull HU3 5JA Telephone(01482) 223213

      Traditional old corner pub at the end of one of Hull’s most famous streets attracting clientele from both local and further afield. Recently installing real ale in an area which has never normally supplied it and proving popular..

    • Furley & Co 18-20 Princes Dock Street Hull HU1 2LP Telephone(01482) 229649

      Cask, craft & cider bar newly built within a former shipping warehouse. 5 cask ales always available including at least 1 dark beer. A large selection of craft ales available. Selection of ciders also available. Taking bookings for function room.

    • Haworth Arms 449 Beverley Road Hull HU6 7LD Telephone(01482) 498951

      An imposing, Grade II listed, mock Tudor pub with a revolving entry door on the corner and dome in the ceiling. Very popular with students. Features large screen sports TV, but also has a quieter separate bar, There is an open mic night every 1st and 3rd Sunday. Refurbished 2019 without compromising its historic features

    • Head of Steam 10 King Street Hull HU1 2JJ Telephone(01482) 217236

      This is a single roomed pub decorated with beer related artefacts, large picture windows overlook Hull Minster and Trinity Square. An outdoor seating area to the front of the premises. Provides an ideal location to watch the world go by. The cask ales which constantly vary often promote new breweries are complimented by an extensive selection of craft products, which reflect the passion of the management team.

    • Hop & Vine 24 Albion Street Hull HU1 3TG Telephone07507 719259

      Hull’s smallest real ale and cider outlet. A former wine bar, it is a small single-roomed cellar bar, accessed by steps. Food available until 9pm. Good Beer Guide Listed since 2009. Yorkshire Cider Pub of the Year 2010/11/12/14. Hull Cider Pub of the Year 2009/10/11/12/13; Joint Winner National Cider Pub of the Year 2010 and finalist in 2014.

    • Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival 2019 South Church Side Hull HU1 1RR

      11th to 13th April 2019 - Free entry for CAMRA members at all times Hot and cold food available, live music

    • Larkins 48-52 Newland Avenue Hull HU5 3AE Telephone(01482) 440991

      One-roomed cafe-bar named after poet Phillip Larkin, that was once two shops and can still be partitioned for small private functions. A good selection of home cooked food is served every day. There is a paved area to front and a family oriented beer garden to the side and rear. Beer festivals with live music from local acts are usually held over bank holiday weekends during spring and summer and occasional live music outdoors in the summer.

    • Lion & Key 48 High Street Hull HU1 1QE Telephone(01482) 225212

      There has been a pub at this address for many years, formerly ‘Durty Nelly’s’ it has now reverted to it's original name. The beers are mostly from the self owned brewery, Cathead, situated next door, with the remainder sourced from Yorkshire. The pub is on 2 levels with an upstairs restaurant area, and is a sister pub of nearby Wm Hawkes. A former Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA City Pub of the Year.

    • Minerva Hotel Nelson Street Hull HU1 1XE Telephone(01482) 210025

      Overlooking the Humber this multi-roomed pub built in 1829 stands on reclaimed land. Hull's maritime history is represented by photos and memorabilia around the pub. It's 3 seater snug is purported to be the smallest pub room in Britain while the old brewhouse is used as a function room and as a 40-seat theatre. Regularly sells neighbouring Yorkshire Brewing Co beers.

    • New Adelphi Club 89 De Grey Street Hull HU5 2RU Telephone(01482) 348216

      Hull's iconic music venue has been the launch pad to many an illustrious career and hosted a veritable Who's Who of popular music since opening in 1984. There is a large main music room and a smaller front bar that accommodates a pool table. Predominantly open on weekends when bands are on but hours may vary at other times so please check the pubs website for full details. Cover charges may apply to the music room but the front bar remains free.

    • New Clarence 77 Charles Street Hull HU2 8DE Telephone(01482) 961666

      re-opened in autumn 2020 by the former licensee of another local popular venue. The pub itself was once multi-roomed but is now one large open space, with a central bar; there is a raised area sometimes used for small functions. Its location is suitable as a meeting point for events as Hull's New Theatre is close by along with other pubs, bars and restaurants. Food is themed around chilli.

    • Off The Road Spring bank west Hull HU5 3RU Telephone07949 702459

      A converted from a shop in to a micro bar. Situated at the junction of Princess Avenue & Spring Bank West,it's very popular and busy area at the weekends.Two real ales available from local Breweries.

    • Old House 5 Scale Lane Hull HU1 1LA Telephone(01482) 210253

      A small Downstairs bar serving local ales and four craft ales. Renowned for its food from Shoot the Bull. Large upstairs restaurant serving up to 40 covers. Hull’s oldest domestic building dating back to 15th century.

    • Pave 16-20 Princes Avenue Hull HU5 3QA Telephone(01482) 333181

      A lively cafe bar in a very busy and popular area. Has live music on Tuesdays and Sundays (usually jazz), and also features live comedy nights. In addition to draught beers there is also a selection of bottled ales and continental lagers.

    • Royal Hotel 170 Ferensway Hull HU1 3UF Telephone(01482) 325087

      Large hotel in a prominent position adjacent to the railway station with entrances from the railway concourse and the main road, Ferensway. The public bar serves two real ales in a comfortable setting with plentiful seating. The hotel serves breakfast from 6:30 weekdays, 7:30 on weekends.

    • Savoy Savoy Road Hull HU8 0TY Telephone07725 636352

      Local estate pub consisting a bar and lounge.The Darleys horses head symbol can be seen on the side of the building.

    • Service Station George Street Hull HU1 3AA

      Opened March 2018 on Hull’s George Street. one of Hull’s popular music venues. Now serving real ale, which is always a Local ale.

    • Taphouse 70 Humber Street Hull HU1 1TU Telephone(01482) 618000

      Brewery tap for Bone Machine. The bar is a spacious one room, converted from the previous brew house, which in turn was converted previously from a fruit merchant's warehouse. The original owner was one of the original businesses in the area responsible for early regeneration of the Fruit Market area. Consequently this is now at the heart of Hull's thriving Fruit Market scene. Food is provided by food street vendors on a weekly changing basis; bar snacks available when the kitchen is closed

    • Thomas Strawberry 55 Thomas Street Hull HU9 1EA Telephone(01482) 326376

      Situated on the corner of Thomas and Strawberry street,hence the name.This locals pub is positioned with-in the industrial area just off A165 main road. Reopened in December 2018 after major refurbishment.Still to be completed is the lounge and outside areas. There is a Juke Box within the bar area were you can either sit at the bar or take a table near to the fire whilst listening to your favourite tune.

    • Three John Scotts Lowgate Hull HU1 1AA Telephone(01482) 381910

      Wetherspoon's pub based in an old Edwardian Post Office building. The name is derived from the St. Mary's Church opposite, which had three successive vicars all bearing the name John Scott in the 19th century. There is a large rear courtyard seating area which is a great sun trap in the summer. Third regular ale now made up from one of the following: Adnams Broadside / Sharps Doom Bar / Fullers London Pride

    • Vintage Silver Street Hull HU1 1JG Telephone07920 851750

      A newly opened single room bar in the heart of Hull's real ale trail. Tastefully decorated with pictures of the old town giving the bar a relaxed atmosphere for real ale lovers. On the site of a former jewellers next door to the historic Ye Olde White Harte.

    • Whalebone 165 Wincolmlee Hull HU2 0PA Telephone07506 868461

      A rare gem of a pub in an old industrial area associated with the whaling trade. Continuously licensed since 1791, the present building dates from 1890 though much altered internally. Photos of old Hull pubs and the city's football and rugby league clubs are on display. A free house since 2002, serving up to 7 real ales, 6 ciders and perries always available.A selection of craft and continental ales are available. Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA Branch City Pub of the Year 2014;2015;2016;2017;2019; 2020 . Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2016 and runner up 2019 Yorkshire's runner up Pub of the year 2017

    • White Hart 109 Alfred Gelder Street Hull HU1 1EP Telephone07538 470546

      Reopened in April 2018 after many years of closure. Located on the edge of Hull's Old Town, the pub's interior is of National historical interest featuring in Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs, with a rare bar front and many other original features. Largely the brewery tap for Crafty Little brewery whose beers are usually available they also showcase the more progressive breweries regionally and have a number of craft and key keg beers also available along with a selection of continental bottled beers. Runner-up Branch Pub of the Year 2019

  • Keyingham
    • Blue Bell Main Street Keyingham HU12 9RE Telephone(01964) 625227

      Family and dog friendly free of tie village pub with pub games, sports TV, live music and a heated outside area. Recently refurbished to a high standard. Great Newsome's Frothingham Best is their permanent real ale, alongside one weekly guest real ale. The car park, with CCTV, is not obvious as this is down a side street behind the pub. Closing times are not set in stone.

  • Kilnsea
    • Crown & Anchor Kilnsea Road Kilnsea HU12 0UB Telephone(01964) 650276

      Three roomed establishment featuring a bar, dining room and saloon. Dining room offers views over-looking the Humber Estuary. Ideal stopping off spot for Spurn Point. Food is locally sourced.

  • Lelley
    • Stags Head Inn Main Street Lelley HU12 8SN Telephone(01482) 891460

      Two hundred year old pub on the edge of the village. Comprises bar, restaurant and games room. All food sourced locally.

  • Leven
    • Hare & Hounds 1 North Street Leven HU17 5NF Telephone(01964) 542523

      Popular community local village pub. Spacious separate bar where pool and darts are played. The restaurant can accommodate functions if required. Total four hand pulls ,only two are always in use unless required.

    • New Inn 44 South Street Leven HU17 5NZ Telephone(01964) 542223

      Situated in the village of Leven. Multi roomed pub. Has its own court yard to the rear.

  • Lund
    • Wellington Inn 19 The Green Lund YO25 9TE Telephone(01377) 217294

      Sitting on the green in the middle of the village, the Wellington Inn is the hub of the local farming community. It has stone flagged floors, beamed ceilings and real fires in its multi-roomed interior. There is also a games room and a candle-lit restaurant.

  • New Ellerby
    • Railway Inn Main Street New Ellerby HU11 5AP Telephone(01964) 563770

      Family run pub situated adjacent to the disused Hull-Hornsea railway. Popular with walkers and cyclists following the conversion of the track-bed to cider track.

  • North Cave
    • White Hart 20 Westgate North Cave HU15 2NJ Telephone(01430) 470940

      This village pub dating from 1776 serves the local village community and is now the only remaining pub in the village. There are three rooms, one reserved for Sunday lunches. The small front bar extends through to the games room. Wednesday night is poker night with Thursday evening hosting a weekly quiz. Four ales are usually on offer, now available in third pint measure, and Great Newsome brewery brews them a house beer White Hart 1776 - 3.8% pale session beer. Tracey's Gin Palace now features over 80 gins. The bars are kept warm in winter with real fires.

  • North Frodingham
    • Blue Post Inn 79 Main Street North Frodingham YO25 8LG Telephone(01262) 488300

      Large one-roomed pub with a dining area serving lunchtime and evening meals. A locals pub with a friendly atmosphere.

  • Old Ellerby
    • Blue Bell Crabtree Lane Old Ellerby HU11 5AJ Telephone(01964) 562364

      A 16th century inn consisting of one large room divided into distinct areas. There is a small snug with its own fireplace and pool room to the rear of the main bar. Children are welcome in the pool room up until 8.30pm. Popular with the local community and plays host to local darts teams. The pub also has its own outdoor bowling green and fishing pond.

  • Ottringham
    • Watts Arms Main Street Ottringham HU12 0AG Telephone07572 450804

      Free of tie village pub with pub games, sports TV and one real ale hand pump, often but not always with locally brewed beer from Great Newsome. Closing times are not set in stone.

  • Patrington
    • Amy's Bar & Kitchen 8 Westgate Patrington HU12 0NB Telephone(01964) 631593

      Opened in June 2016 this one room micropub on the main street of the village opens for breakfast at 9am every day. Predominantly a cafe during the day and a bar in the evening although beer will be served on request. Home baked bar snacks are available.

    • Station Hotel Station Road Patrington HU12 0NE Telephone(01964) 630262

      Family owned free-house pub, and previously a stopping off point for passengers on the now defunct Hull - Withernsea railway. There is a snug and family room in addition to the main bar and restaurant which has a reputation for serving good quality food.

  • Paull
    • Humber Tavern 70 Main Street Paull HU12 8AL Telephone(01482) 899347

      Large multi-roomed pub on banks of the Humber with views across the estuary to the Humber Bridge from the paved patio area. The main room is large with the bar to the left and plentiful seating and a wood burner for those cold winter evenings. A well appointed dining room is to the left hand side of the pub. Quiz night every other Thursday with various food nights during the week; Sizzler night on Wednesday, Steak night on Thursday and theme nights on Fridays varying between curry, Mexican, American and chip shop menus. The gents toilet features a hygienic door opener. Pub has a 24 hour license.

  • South Dalton
    • Pipe & Glass West End South Dalton HU17 7PN Telephone(01430) 810246

      On the site of the original gatehouse to Dalton Hall, the Pipe & Glass is known mostly for the quality of its Michelin starred restaurant. The building has exposed oak beams and custom made furniture. Drinkers are catered for by three real ales from Yorkshire breweries, plus real cider from Moorlands.

  • Thorngumbald
    • New Royal Mail Sorting Room, Main Road Thorngumbald HU12 9LN

      Micro pub, in converted sorting room, behind the old post office (now a cafe). The name stems from the Royal Mail coaching house which was demolished to make way for a retail outlet.

  • Walkington
    • Ferguson Fawsitt Arms East End Walkington HU17 8RX Telephone(01482) 882665

      Situated in the middle of the village this 150 year old public house has 5 hand pumps and a large spacious bar area split over two levels. Its previous usage as a blacksmiths is demonstrated by the old tools on display in the area which housed the smithy and features a Victorian tiled floor. The function room has a beautiful carved panelled fire surround. Their reputation for quality locally sourced food means that booking at busy times is recommended.

  • Wawne
    • Waggoners Sutton Road Wawne HU7 5XA Telephone(01482) 835142

      Large single room pub on the outskirts of the city, can be difficult to locate but well worth the trip. The pub is family friendly but does have a separate raised area for adults only. Serves excellent quality food with very genorous portions. Also has a newly refurbished beer garden to the rear well away from the road and car park.

  • Welwick
    • Coach & Horses Main Street Welwick HU12 0RY Telephone(01964) 630788

      "Old World" open plan village pub. Has five real ales on with local brewery Great Newsome on at all times. An area is set aside for diners which leaves a decent size bar if you just want to have a drink. Food is sourced locally.

  • Withernsea
    • Old BoatShed 2 Seaside Road Withernsea HU19 2DL Telephone07812 446689

      Opened in April 2016 the micro bar comprises of a single rectangular room with a bar at one end dispensing real ales, keg beers, wine and cider. Originally built in 1881 as the town's lifeboat station the bar retains some of the original features. No loud music, TV or gaming machines. There is a comfortable raised seating area outside the front. Children are allowed but not in the bar till around 8.30.We stock 3 (sometimes 4) constantly changing cask ales and have 8 premium or craft keg beers at all times, together with a selection of boxed and a draught cider Different opening times operate summer and winter. During winter season the pub can be hired for exclusive use on Monday & Tuesday and prior to usual opening times.

  • Withernwick
    • Falcon Inn Main Street Withernwick HU11 4TA Telephone(01964) 527925

      The Falcon is a rare survival of a traditional village pub. It retains it's friendly and welcoming atmosphere. It is a free house serving up to three real ales and home cooked food. There are regular events which are advertised on the village website.