Pub Guide (Dog Friendly)
We are always being asked for Dog Friendly pubs and now we can give you are bunch extensive list as supplied via our WhatPub database. If you know of anymore please email me at ku.gro.armac.lluh@rorrimbup with the details.
Dog friendly pubs
- George & Dragon
1 High Street
Following a period of closure this vllage local re-opened in early 2016. Retaining two rooms this large pub serves the local community as well as holidaymakers. The Sunday carvery is popular with all. Black Sheep alternates with a changing guest on a weekly basis.
- George & Dragon 1 High Street Aldbrough HU11 4RP moc.liamtoh@0646nostawluap(01964) 529489
- Red Lion
13 Wilson Street
Situated in the centre of the village the Red Lion is popular with locals'
56 Wolfreton Road
Large pub, renowned for the live music. Family friendly with an outside children's play area.
- Red Lion 13 Wilson Street Anlaby HU10 7AN (01482) 656641
- Black Horse
Traditional country pub in a small village 4 miles outside Hornsea offering a bar and separate restaurant.
- Black Horse Church Lane Atwick YO25 8DQ (01964) 532691
- Tiger Inn
1 Main Street
Two room pub which is very popular with the local villagers. Spacious outside seating behind the and to the side of the pub. There are seats out front but over look the main road.
- Tiger Inn 1 Main Street Beeford YO25 8AS (01262) 488733
15 Butcher Row
Town centre pub, situated halfway between Saturday and Wednesday Market, that is understandably popular with shoppers. The large front room with smaller quieter room, used by diners at lunchtimes, is complemented by the enclosed walled garden area to the rear. Evening meals can be catered for if booked in advance. Great value Sunday lunch is recommended.
8 North Bar Within
Narrow pub just off Saturday Market. Popular with younger clientele and for sports enthusiasts. Open from 12noon on racedays
- Beverley Arms Hotel
25 North Bar Within
This Georgian coaching inn, located in the medieval town of Beverley, first opened its doors in 1794 as the Blue Bell.Situated in the town’s Georgian Quarter and opposite the majestic St Mary’s Church.Originally, The Beverley Arms was a posting house where horses could be changed after their journey on the turnpike road between Beverley and Hull.It has zinc topped bars flagged and wooden floors with paneled walls.4 hand pulls.
- Chequers Micropub
15 Swaby's Yard, Dyer Lane
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.
- Dog & Duck
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.
- Durham Ox
Recently reopened Nov 2019 after a closure this Victorian local on A1035 is close to bus station. Two-roomed pub restored with consultation from local CAMRA pub preservation officer. Off street parking available directly opposite.
- Foresters Arms
3 Beckside North
Large Marston's pub on side of Beverley Beck. Public bar to the right and a lounge to the left. Popular community pub with a charity focus. Sunday lunch served 12-4.
- Green Dragon
51 Saturday Market
Historic Tudor fronted inn, renamed the Green Dragon in 1765. Beer festivals are held in the Spring and at Halloween.Ten hand pulls are available on the bar. Tuesday & Wednesday are quiz nights. Winner of the Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA town pub of the year 2012. Open for breakfast from 9am daily.
- Lord Nelson
Grade II* listed pub that following a sympathetic redecoration and clean-up after a period of neglect. Some original period features remain. The small, neat garden provides a pleasant view of the Minster
- Monks Walk
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
One roomed locals pub near railway station popular with race-goers when Beverley races on.
- Potting Shed
Modern style bistro bar in the former Hodgsons public house, its previous incarnation commemorated by Hodgsons Snug to the right of the entrance. The menu is varied with a number of vegetarian options and the pizza oven is a feature behind the bar. A large garden has plentiful seating and a number of private sheds for a meal in a more intimate setting. There is a roof terrace, sports television and live music making for a cosmopolitan customer base. Dog friendly.
- Queens Head
5 Wednesday Market
Situated on Wednesday Market this pub makes an ideal watering hole for the pedestrianized walk between Saturday & Wednesday markets. Long, narrow pub with the bar situated on the left hand side; there are two main drinking areas with the one at the rear being the larger.
- Rose & Crown
North Bar Without
Situated outside of North Bar this pub serves locally sourced food. 3 real ale available since reopened March 2018. Pub has had a refurbishment (2021)
- Royal Standard
30 North Bar Within
Historic, small, traditional pub located just inside North Bar close to St Mary's Church. There are two separate drinking areas with shared bar and significant outside space for the summer months. Up to 5 hand-pulls dispense regional and national beers. Supports various local charities.
- Sun Inn
An open plan pub on two levels with a flagstone floor around the bar. Popular with music lovers the Sun Inn regularly has open mic nights on a Tuesday, folk sessions and live acts.
- Tiger Inn
Just outside the town centre, the Tiger is a pub which is much larger than it looks from the exterior. The front bar is fairly small but there is a much larger room which is used as a dining room, function rooms, and also an outside drinking area. The pub is popular with local groups and clubs which use the pubs for meetings.
- White Horse
Historic pub adjacent to Beverley bus station. Known locally as 'Nellies' after a long standing former licensee.This Samuel Smith pub interior is something to be seen.Panelled corridors lit by traditional gas lamps leads to snug rooms.Wooden spit and sawdust flooring gives a feel you are back in the C18th.
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.
37 Westwood Road
Situated on the edge of the Westwood this traditional pub is popular with drinkers, diners and welcomes walkers and locals alike. The Woolpack was converted from two cottages in the mid 19th century. Of particular interest is the small snug which only seats a few people (dog friendly) The five real ales are complemented by a varied freshly prepared menu.
- Angel 15 Butcher Row Beverley HU17 0AA (01482) 886300
- Triton Inn
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.
- Triton Inn Ellerker Road Brantingham HU15 1QE moc.em@notirteht(01482) 667261
- Albion Hotel
single room bar with a traditional wooden floor.The frontage still carries the John Smiths logo and is painted in the colours which the brewery is associated with (green).They are also selling Wold Top bottled beers. winter opening hours start at noonhour later.
Winter opening hours 12 noon - 1 am Mon-Sun.Very large pub with a single bar. The dining area as you enter will be the left side away from the busier end of the bar & away from the TV. Dogs are welcome but not where food is been served.
- Beaconsfield Arms
2 Flamborough Road
The bar room is very large. Here you have the TV, pool table and dartboard. The other bar is more of a lounge/snug with sofa at one side and a dining arrangement the other end.
- Board Inn
62 High Street
Refurbished over a period of five years and finally re-opened May 2016. If you like dark wood, distinct drinking areas with a variety of seating in a split level pub with a well stocked bar this is the pub for you. The numerous rooms, including three upstairs, are decorated to a high degree with bare brick walls, period style furniture and historic photos. There are four real fires in various rooms. Live music on some weekends. An extensive paved garden area is a sun trap in summer. In 2017 the old stabling buildings to the rear were converted to a craft ale bar,The Tap Room.
- Bridbrewer & Taproom
5 King Street
Converted from a shop this new Micro brewery and taproom serves its different styles of beer either from one of their four hand-pulls, direct from the cask,or from a Beer tap/font as well as having them in bottles. The aim is to serve the beers to their best by selecting for that style. Whether you prefer dark beers such as stouts and porters , fruit beers, ipa's, rye beers, wheat beers, golden beers etc it's aim is to offer a differing range available to drink in the tap or take home to try.Access can also be found off Chapel Street as well 2A. The Brewery consists of a 2 1/2 barrel capacity, (720 pints).
- Bull & Sun
Situated in the shadow of the Priory Gate. Events the pub part take in are the Old Towns summer festival ,armed forces day and the Dickensian weekend.
- Dog House
16-18 King Street
A light airy modern interior, in one of Bridlington's main pedestrianised thoroughfares and close to many of the resort's attractions. Serves one permanent real ale plus two occasional beers. along with a small choice of bottled ales.
- Funny Onion
105 Hilderthorpe Road
Refurbished with a new bar and 3 new hand pulls .A family run business with close proximity to the railway station & town centre. Installation of a micro brewery is in the old stable buildings at the back of the premises. Yorkshire Coast brewery are now located here and are now brewing/supplying the Tap room.
21 Prince Street
Narrow frontage belies the large interior. Long bar to right serves a number of drinking areas in an open plan format that extends through to a games room with a large window overlooking Bridlington Harbour. There is a balcony for sitting out on during the warmer summer months. The numerous trophies in the trophy cabinet demonstrate the pubs support for various sports activities including darts, pool and football.
- Harbour Tavern
23 Queen Street
Situated near the harbour with good views. Ales are from the Marstons portfolio. Popular with locals and holiday day trippers. Prices are very reasonable.
- Hilderthorpe Hotel
Corner street pub and hotel.One bar serves the two rooms.Near to the centre of town.Bar is open to non residents.
- Lobster Pot
A large open plan room where food is served. A separate bar area where to enjoy a beer is away from the dining area. Families well catered for inside and out with a children's play area available in the spacious outside beer garden. Winter times hand pulled ale is reduced down to a choice of three from the four in the summer. The Marston's group plan to build onsite accommodation shortly.
- Martonian Inn
35 Jewison Lane
Next to a caravan/camping site. Popular with holiday makers and locals. Area at the bar just for drinking, leading into an open plan family area where light meals can be served. Restaurant leads off from the main entrance where evening meals are served. Meal deals are advertised for certain times and days.
- New Inn
1 Prince Street
Traditional pub catering for locals and holiday day trippers alike. Food is traditional pub fayre.Two hand pulls available. Separate room where food is purchased.A slight view of the Harbour and the sea.
- Old Ship Inn
90 St John Street
A traditional three roomed pub on the edge of the Old Town with a beautiful large beer garden. Main road location with no parking facilities. Cask Marque awarded with five star cellar rating. Ei group divisional winner in excellence in cellar management. Renowned for live music venue on Saturday night and dog friendly. A baguette, panini, pizza and burger menu is available Monday to Saturday. Up to six cask ales available with ever changing rotation, always a choice from golden to porter . Only regular beer is Bridgehouse porter at 4.5% abv.
- Olde Star Inn
Large multi-zoned pub recently refurbished to a high standard with a separate games room and small snug to the front. There is a large function room at the rear and accommodation both behind and above the pub. Real Ale not yet available.
- Pack Horse
7 Market Place
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
Popular with locals and holiday makers.Theres an area for dining and the 'pub games' are in the separate part of the pub.The Marstons beers are rotated regular.
- Stackhouse Bar
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
- Three B's Micropub
2 Marshall Avenue
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.
- Albion Hotel Hilderthorpe Road Bridlington YO15 3AZ (01262) 676740
- Centurion Arms
39 Skillings Lane
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
- Red Hawk
Large open plan pub.Has four changing quest beers and their own named beer called Red Hawk (built nearby-by at BAE)along with beers from the Marstons range.Large garden with tables where you can enjoy that alfresco feeling.
- Centurion Arms 39 Skillings Lane Brough HU15 1BA
- Burton Fleming
- Burton Arms
Welcoming traditional village pub set in the Wolds its used by villagers and passing day trippers.Attached to the pub is the Travellers Restaurant where locally sourced food is prepared for a variety of dishes at a very reasonable price.
- Burton Arms Bridlington Road Burton Fleming YO25 3PE moc.loa@smranotrubeht(01262) 470292
- Cherry Burton
- Bay Horse
Large Marstons pub on main road through village serving up to 6 real ales.
- Bay Horse Main Street Cherry Burton HU17 7RF email@example.com(01964) 503044
- Hallgate Tavern
Spacious, long, single roomed, multi-area village centre pub with regular live music, 2 pool tables and a beer garden. Appeals to a cross-section of customers.
- Hugh Fitz-Baldric
The Hugh Fitz-Baldric micro pub is named after a local Cottingham man from the 1400's who became the first Sheriff of Yorkshire.A resident craft ale, Lagers, traditional ciders, fine wines and a well acclaimed gin menu will also be on offer.There are six hand pulls four are regular and the remainder will be the guest ales. Six ciders are also available. Branch Pub of the Year 2019 (Village)
- King William IV
Village centre pub with traditional bar and lounge, both free of music. At the rear a function room offers live music and special events. The pub also hosts weekly quiz nights and an annual music festival. The rear beer garden and side courtyard have covered smoking areas. Excellent value meals are served in large or small portions.
- Tiger Inn
105 King Street
Village centre pub, spacious. single room bar. Mixed clientele that caters for a more mature customer base weekday afternoons and a younger age group in the evening and at the weekends.
- Hallgate Tavern 125-127a Hallgate Cottingham HU16 4DA firstname.lastname@example.org(01482) 844448
- White Horse
A good local village pub overlooking the village green. Community based.Theres a large paddock for travellers who need to camp over night and the use of the pubs changing facilities can be used. Monday Tuesday Wednesday All Day - White Horse 12:00 - 21:30 Thursday All Day - White Horse 12:00 - 21:30 Friday All Day - White Horse 12:00 - 21:30 Saturday All Day - White Horse 12:00 - 21:30 Sunday All Day - White Horse 12:00 - 21:30
- White Horse Main Street Cranswick YO25 9QN (01377) 270383
- Buck Hotel
1 Market Place
A long pub with two pool tables towards the end of the room. Popular with the locals.
- Butchers Dog
57 Market Place
Refurbished and renamed July 2021. A separate games room is aside from the single room bar. The entrance is off the archway as the frontage looks out on to the roadway. Now serving 6 cask ale, 6 craft keg, 8 traditional ciders and food on selected dates. Ales are available as 3 thirds on a 'paddle'
- Original Keys
Large town centre pub serving one changing beer from the Marston's portfolio. Popular with diners especially on a Sunday afternoon. DJ on weekend nights.
- Red Lion
57 Middle Street
Large pub with lounge at front. Large public bar at rear has pool table. Food offers include 10% off starters on Monday; Curry club on Tuesday; Pie night on Wednesday. Also 50p off drinks on Friday from 6pm - 11pm.
- Royal Oak
59 Victoria Road
Traditional small back street local first licensed in 1870 and for the last 22 years in the hands of long term owner/licensee that is well supported by the local community. There is a small front bar with bench seating and another narrow room to the right with an old brewery sign displayed on the wall. Larger area towards back of the pub houses the pool table.
- Star Inn
21 Exchange Street
Two roomed locals pub consisting of small comfortable lounge and a large public bar which has a pool table, sports TV and music videos.
- Tiger Inn
65 Market Place
Popular pub with locals.Community based,events are well focused. Theres a square shaped room which narrows into a bench seating along the wall.
- Buck Hotel 1 Market Place Driffield YO25 6AP (01377) 253748
- Ship Inn
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
- Ship Inn Beverley Road Dunswell HU6 0AJ ku.oc.oorak.nnipihseht@nnipihseht(01482) 859160
- Marquis of Granby
North Church Side
Large village pub just off the main square in the shadow of the church. En-suite accommodation available.
- White Horse
South Church Side
Late 19th century pub with original interior and located within a conservation area. Popular with bird watchers. Good value food. Rooms are available to let.
- Marquis of Granby North Church Side Easington HU12 0TW (01964) 650143
- Caravel Bar
North Landing, North Marine Road
Well frequented during summer with day trippers and holiday makers. Lovely views of the coast will be enjoyed whilst enjoying a beer.Area enjoyed for its beauty,cliff walks and RSPB sanctuary. Caravan and camping is 200m away.Opening times in summer may vary.Cafe times Fri-Sun 10-4 only
- Royal Dog & Duck
Dog & Duck Square
Village centre pub with largely unchanged interior dating from the early 20th century. Two main rooms on a split level with the front bar doubling as the main dining room. Also of interest are the selection of Welsh dressers in the rear room. There are two garden areas with one featuring a covered smoking area. Guest beer comes from the Yorkshire area. Very popular with the locals and holiday makers.
Husband and wife team pride themselves on their fresh local sourced menu. One guest ale always sourced from around the region. Coach parties can be catered for. Opening hours are seasonal especially during winter season so best to check in advance.
- Ship Inn
Post Office Street
This street corner pub offers two rooms, one is the general bar where the television, pool table and darts board are. This is used for the live music and small functions. The other is for dining and larger functions. It's popular with holiday and day trippers as well a local mixed clientele. Meals are home cooked.
- Viking Hotel
North Marine Road
500 yards from the coast the pub caters for walkers and the nearby caravan park. A long two roomed establishment. The main bar has an open fire at the end of this room; tables and chairs are on either side of this room. The Function room looks out towards the sea.The lighthouse on the cliff top can be seen from both rooms. Seasonal opening hours operate between March-October. The bars are open on Bank Holidays.
- Caravel Bar North Landing, North Marine Road Flamborough YO15 1BJ (01262) 850470
- Cross Keys
Local with three handpulls on main road through village.
- Cross Keys Main Road Gilberdyke HU15 2SP (01482) 875364
- Haven Arms
Situated in the historic Haven area of Hedon, which was once the largest port on the River Humber. The bar is divided into different areas, with the concert room used as the focus for local community activities. One real cider served but this can increase to 2 or 3 during the summer months.
- Queens Head
14 St Augustines Gate
A large mock tudor pub at the south end of the high street. Live music, disco and karaoke and sports TV make this pub popular with the younger crowd. There is a conservatory and a large paved garden with seating to the rear. Hosts a very popular bingo session on Monday afternoon.
- Shakespeare Inn
Popular locals pub. Food features freshly-cooked local produce. Of the guest beer its usually from a local brewery.
A cosy traditional style pub with multiple rooms with a large garden to the rear, incorporating children's play area, and a smaller pebbled outdoor area to the right hand side of the pub. The original Smoke Room door divides the two main rooms with a smaller room in use as a pool room.
- Haven Arms Sheriff Highway Hedon HU12 8HH ku.oc.smranevah@seiriuqne(01482) 897695
- Marquis of Granby
9 The Square
Multi-roomed pub with 3 hand pumps for guest ales and 1 for cider in the Lounge Bar on The Square in Hessle. A juke box is still present. Two craft beers available
Adjacent to Hessle's shopping area and purposely converted to a pub by the owners. It has a industrial style interior with canteen style bench tables and seating. Emphasis is given to the trend of craft brewing with six keg taps and a wider selection in cans. There is also a selection of traditional Belgian beers available in bottles
- Wingfield Farm
New Greene King carvery pub opened June 2017 very close to the Humber Bridge. Comfortable, large, very busy, food led pub located on Hessle roundabout close to the Humber Bridge. Selling two permanent Greene King ales plus one rotating local guest ale from Great Newsome.
- Marquis of Granby 9 The Square Hessle HU13 0AD email@example.com(01482) 626251
- Plough Inn
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.
- Plough Inn Northside Road Hollym HU19 2RS ku.oc.myllohnnihguolpeht@seiriuqne(01964) 612049
- Lucien's Coffee Lounge & Wine Bar
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.
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.
- New Inn
21 Market Place
Pleasant friendly pub with large open bar/lounge and separate games area with pool table. Recently taken over by new landlord and currently hosting live music at weekends with karaoke on Friday nights. Free pool on Monday evenings plus knockout competition on Sundays. Quiz and bingo on Tuesday whilst Wednesday plays host to the Recycled Teenagers Club at 2pm. Currently only serving one real ale but intending to introduce another as soon as a second pump can be installed. Also intends to introduce lunchtime and evening menu by Easter.
- Rose & Crown
33 Market Place
Large pub with two smaller rooms off main room, one with a pool table all served by the main bar. The main bar features a mural painting by a local artist. The pub plays host to both darts and pool teams and Monday night is quiz night. The small room to the rear that can be used for meals. Popular with holiday makers, day trippers and locals. View of Hornsea Mere from the garden.
- Stackhouse Bar
Converted shop opened as micropub in October 2014. Selection of real ales and real ciders plus craft beers and lagers from USA and Scotland available.
39 Market Place
Recently refurbished (Aug 2015) large town centre pub with separate games area and restaurant which is available for private bookings. It has an enclosed beer garden and ample parking to the rear as well as providing accommodation in five first floor rooms.
- Lucien's Coffee Lounge & Wine Bar 5-7 Newbigin Hornsea HU18 1AB (01964) 535507
- Bishop's Bar & Bistro
11 Vicar Lane
Bar and eatery in a back lane just off the Market Place between the High St and the main road through Howden.
- Bowmans Hotel
An ex-coaching house named Nags Head in 1835 which was renamed Bowmans on being taken over by John Bowman who had been brought up next door at the Wellington when his father William was licensee. The hotel was extended at the rear in 1864 when Howden hosted the Yorkshire Show. Large open plan bar but with 3 distinct rooms/areas off the main drinking area.
- Wellington Hotel
Recently refurbished old coaching inn first recorded as a licensed premises in 1724 as the White Hart and renamed after the Duke of Wellington in the 1820’s. An additional storey was added when the Great Yorkshire Show came to Howden in 1864. A raised restaurant area to the right of the entrance complements a small comfortable bar to the left. A small room off the corridor to the rear tarmaced garden area, doubles as the hotel reception. Tuesday is quiz night.
- Wheatsheaf Inn
Small locals pub which retains an 'early doors' feel. L-shaped bar with an outside drinking (smoking) area to the rear.
- Bishop's Bar & Bistro 11 Vicar Lane Howden DN14 7BP (01430) 431301
- Albert Hotel
394 Anlaby Road
A large one room pub with several tv screens. Very close to the football stadium and very busy on match days.
- Alexandra Hotel
69 Hessle Road
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
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.
398 Holderness Road
A single room pub, converted from a neighbourhood bank. Popular for sports and entertainment. Has spacious outdoor space for use in the summer months
- Brain Jar
4-6 Trinity House Lane
Newly opened café bar styling itself as a cocktail bar situated over two floors. No cask ale but has a range of craft bottles and cans including from local breweries such as Atom and Bricknell. Food offering is pizza. Has a late license so can be open late.
76 Bond Street
'Scandi' styled interior corner bar, in Hull's new K2 development and ideally placed for those attending the Hull New Theatre. It is open for coffee and teas from 9am during the week, alcohol from 11am. They sell an extensive selection of craft beer in cans and bottles. Light snacks are available
- County Hotel
73-75 Francis Street
Ex Hull Brewery house close to former rival’s Moor’s & Robson’s brewery. This is popular with darts/pool teams.
- Criterion Hotel
222 Hessle Road
This local pub has been saved from closure by the intervention of a couple whose former pub in the east of the city was closed down. It is a single roomed premises with a dart board and pool table which has regained its popularity with local residents due to the hard work of the landlord.
- Crooked Billet
2 Ings Road
60's pub with separate bar and lounge, the latter has live music at weekends and several TV screens. Host to over 55's club on a wednesday as well as the local fishing club, pigeon club and football and rugby teams
- Cross Keys
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
Traditional old corner pub in an area now mostly populated by industrial units and warehouses.
60 Falkland Road
2 roomed pub, close to the Hull KR rugby ground, this estate pub gets very busy on match days. Features a front bar and rear games room. Community focused with pool, darts and football teams also midweek pensioners afternoons. Pub organises day trips to various events especially rugby league. Away supporter friendly plus coach trips welcome with prior arrangement with licensee. Once an oasis for real ale drinkers in East Hull the pub does not currently sell real ale.
- Furley & Co
18-20 Princes Dock Street
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.
36 Grange Road
Estate local pub.
- Green House
Recently opened Mid 2020 on the corner of Whitefriargate and Land of Green Ginger. A cafe style bar with outside seating on the main thoroughfare of Hull’s old town. Offering karaoke every Sunday.
925 Spring Bank West
1930's built roadside pub on main road. Community pub on west of city centre.
- Head of Steam
10 King Street
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.
Situated near the city boundary this large pub stands at a major junction on this arterial route. Real ale has staged a welcome return.
- Hop & Vine
24 Albion Street
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
11th to 13th April 2019 - Free entry for CAMRA members at all times Hot and cold food available, live music
48-52 Newland Avenue
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.
- Lord Nelson
163 Endike Lane
The Lord Nelson is a hub of the community and the function room is in use on most Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the pub hosts singing academies and there are popular theme nights on Saturday evenings. Sunny Sundays are packed with Play Your Cards Right, a meat raffle, Bingo and a pub quiz. In addition, as a thank you to their customers there is 20p off all pints on Sunday and Monday. The pub is also a keen supporter of local amateur boxing, sponsoring the City of Hull Boxing Club.
- Manchester Arms
7 Scale Lane
traditional Marston's community pub with one open room in the busy High Street area three cask ales come from the varied Marston's portfolio
- Muttley's Bar
50 Holderness Road
Single roomed bar built from scratch by former owners in what was previously a motorcycle shop.
- New Adelphi Club
89 De Grey Street
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
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.
- New Halfway House
595 Spring Bank West
Locals pub situated near football stadium. New owners as from mid 2020. Undergone a major refurb to a high standard. LGBT friendly
- Oak Vaults
17 Scott Street
One room community pub refurbed to a good condition and boasting its own upright piano and stage area, reopened February 2017 after years of closure. Cask ale and a selection of bottle conditioned ales from Old Pumphouse brewery are available.
260 Wold Road
Large 1960's estate pub with bar and a large lounge for diners.
- Off The Road
Spring bank west
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 Blue Bell
Reached down an alley, this old town pub is a Sam Smith's tied house, which is full of character. There are several small rooms, including a snug at the front of the building.
- Old English Gentleman
Grade II listed building close to the New Theatre displaying many photos of famous actors. Small seating outside area at the front of the pub. quiz night 1st Sunday of the month. host to a popular ukulele group every second monday
- Olde Black Boy
150 High Street
Licensed since 1729, this Grade II Listed pub is on CAMRA's National Inventory. Two downstairs bars full of character. with a third upstairs bar and an additional roof top space. It lies on the medieval cobbled High Street in the heart of Hull's old town. The pub has a loyal following of folk singers and musicians providing live music on Wednesday evenings Note that the pub may be open to midnight Friday to Sunday if busy
- Olde White Harte
25 Silver Street
Historic courtyard pub. Victorian conversion of a late 17th century merchant's house with inglenook fireplaces which are on CAMRA's National Inventory. An impressive staircase leads to the 'Plotting Parlour' and a separate restaurant above the pub. Features a heated outdoor area. Hull CAMRA Commitment to Cask award winner 2011.
21 Silver Street
Large sports bar in the heart of old town showing all sports from sky & BT.
- Park View
57 Walton Street
Taken on as a free house in June 2017, recently redecorated to a good standard. A large, family orientated pub situated in close proximity of the KCOM stadium.
354 Anlaby Road
A very popular sports themed bar near to the Kcom stadium. Split into two bar areas. A lounge/cabaret room and a bar with pool table. Regular live music nights
Large one roomed pub facing down Princes Avenue. Large screen televisions but piped music is not too loud. Live music nights at varying times of the month.
- Sailmakers Arms
Chandlers Court, 159 High Street
Set in secluded yard off High Street in Hull's Old Town near the Museum Quarter. Good locally sourced food complements 6 real ales and 2 ciders. Acoustic music on a Sunday afternoon, in the courtyard on summers days, and open mic night on Wednesday's from 9pm.
- Savile Row
52-53 Saville Street
Glass fronted cafe style bar which has recently been decorated to a good standard. The pub is opposite the BBC studio and very close to Queens Gardens. has one TV screen playing music videos at a low level during the day. Although they don't sell cask ale they do have a selection of bottle ales
Local estate pub consisting a bar and lounge.The Darleys horses head symbol can be seen on the side of the building.
- Scale & Feather
21 Scale Lane
Large single roomer, one of the first pubs created in the Old Ton of Hull from other premises. The first was a restaurant, named Venn after mathematician John Venn and then Walters, named after premises of a former barber's shop on the site. It is now in different hands and offers a relaxed adult environment to enjoy a wide variety of changing real ales, some brewed locally. Opening times may vary during the week depending on footfall.
- Service Station
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.
- Ship Inn
Ann Watson Street
Very much a locals pub tucked away behind the B & Q Depot. The pub has three rooms and a large outside area that includes a wide screen TV showing sports etc.
- St Johns Hotel
10 Queens Road
Grade II listed multi-roomed street corner pub with an old-fashioned feel and most original features well preserved. Comprising of 3 rooms; the comfortable front room has original bench seating with an L-shaped bar and a dartboard at the far end. A smaller lounge room at the back and a larger room to the right of a central corridor complete the interior. The large room houses the pool table and features a temporary bar when the pub holds its 4 real ale festivals during the year. Outside there is a large garden to the right and back of the pub with a smaller paved patio area directly to the rear. Tuesday night hosts live music events. Twice winner of Marston's Best Cask Ale in North of England award. The welcoming front corner public bar complements a quiet back room, with original bench seating. A more basic larger room accommodates the pool table and is home to the beer festival bar three times a year. Community local with two dart teams, football team and the Oddfellows cricket league which hosts quiz nights in the winter. Open-mic night Tuesdays. Local CAMRA City Pub of the Year Runner-up.
Originally known as the White Horse this large city centre pub is now called the Star. A mixed group of drinkers during the day and operates as a late night venue which is popular with the LGBT community. There is pool table at one end of the L-shaped bar and a large outdoor courtyard area to the side and rear of the pub. No real ale. Drag DJ on a Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Karaoke on a Monday and 70's & 80's DJ on a Tuesday with £1 drinks offer
- Station Inn
202 Beverley Road
Traditional pub with front bar boasting an open fire, and a large lounge used for various events at weekends. Named for its location on the old Hull-Withernsea line as evidenced by the buildings on the opposite side of the road.
- Thomas Strawberry
55 Thomas Street
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.
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.
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
- Whistling Goose
114 Amsterdam Road
Modern family dining pub, part of the Flaming Grill chain. Based on the Sutton Fields industrial estate near to Bransholme. It has a large garden and outdoor childrens play area and is very family and food oriented
- White Hart
109 Alfred Gelder Street
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
- Albert Hotel 394 Anlaby Road Hull HU3 6PB (01482) 351606
- Blue Bell
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.
- Ship Inn
Family and dog friendly Punch Taverns village pub with pub games and sports TV.
- Blue Bell Main Street Keyingham HU12 9RE (01964) 625227
- Old Star Inn
A country pub with a beamed ceiling. Popular with locals as well as walkers and cyclists as it is close to the Wolds Way. Two rotating guest beers are locally sourced. There are three distinct rooms, a dining room, a separate bar and the main bar. A corridor leads to the beer garden and outside area. Alternate Wednesday its quiz night
- Old Star Inn Church Street Kilham YO25 4RG (01262) 420619
- Kirk Ella
- Lounge Southella
5 South Ella Way
Modern café style tapas bar/restaurant also available is their cocktail menu and a food menu. Sunday carvery served until 5pm or until it runs out. There is booth seating to the rear with a more food oriented table layout to the fore. Popular with mixed clientele; diners, drinkers and a younger set on weekend evenings.
- Wheatsheaf Inn
2 Packman Lane
The Wheatsheaf is a village pub west of Hull, featuring a pool table and big screen televisions, showing Sky Sports. The lounge area is light and airy with leather settees. It has a fenced patio area to the rear of the pub, which can be used by drinkers, diners and smokers. Pub food is served all day.Check website for menu and food times
- Lounge Southella 5 South Ella Way Kirk Ella HU10 7HB ku.oc.allehtuosegnuol@ofni(01482) 651889
- Queens Head
1 Main Street
Village centre pub with car park access off A614 Driffield Road.
- Queens Head 1 Main Street Kirkburn YO25 9DU
- Bricklayers Arms
22 Front Street
19th century building in the centre of the village with a bar, lounge, snug and games room.Meals served homebased using local sourced ingredients.
- Bricklayers Arms 22 Front Street Laxton DN14 7TS ku.oc.notxalsmrasreyalkcirb@ofni(01430) 432029
- Stags Head Inn
Two hundred year old pub on the edge of the village. Comprises bar, restaurant and games room. All food sourced locally.
- Stags Head Inn Main Street Lelley HU12 8SN (01482) 891460
- Hare & Hounds
1 North Street
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
Situated in the village of Leven. Multi roomed pub. Has its own court yard to the rear.
- Hare & Hounds 1 North Street Leven HU17 5NF (01964) 542523
- Market Weighton
- Griffin Inn
74 Market Place
Only a small number of pubs out of Lancashire selling Thwaites beers and here you are treated to two.Very popular with all age groups.
- Londesborough Arms
A very large Georgian town house built around 1780, boasting 3 open fires. There are two distinct bars, with the 'real ale bar' retaining many original features including an impressive mural on the ceiling. 10 en-suite B/B rooms contact moc.kooltuo@bdnabhguorobsednol for availability.
- Red Lion
One large room pub serving abroad clientele. Part of the pub can be used to accommodate for parties. Black Sheep beer served in over sized glass.
- Griffin Inn 74 Market Place Market Weighton YO43 3AW moc.duolci@0791htimsyllas(01430) 873284
- Middleton On The Wolds
- Robin Hood
Middleton On The Wolds
Two Roomed Village Pub next to the Church. Good pub food served daily. Live music on Friday evenings. The landlord declined to co-operate when visited July 2018 to update, the details recorded may therefore not be correct
- Robin Hood Beverley Road Middleton On The Wolds YO25 9UF moc.duolci@nnidoohniboreht(01377) 217319
- Blue Bell
Situated opposite the local church, 100 yards from Nafferton Mere this small local pub is nicely proportioned with an L-shaped main bar, a smaller room with pool table and a beer garden to the rear. The dining room doubles up as a function room as food is served only on Friday evenings in winter. A quiz is held on Thursday evenings in winter.
- Blue Bell 13 Westgate Nafferton YO25 4LJ (01377) 254673
- North Cave
- White Hart
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.
- White Hart 20 Westgate North Cave HU15 2NJ ku.oc.liamtoh@nnitrahetihw(01430) 470940
- North Frodingham
- Blue Post Inn
79 Main Street
Large one-roomed pub with a dining area serving lunchtime and evening meals. A locals pub with a friendly atmosphere.
- Blue Post Inn 79 Main Street North Frodingham YO25 8LG ku.oc.tsopeulbeht@tcatnoc(01262) 488300
- North Newbald
- Gnu Inn
2 roomed pub with sports tv and dart board. This a popular pub with the villagers and frequent day trippers,cyclists and walkers in the warmer months. Opposite is the second pub near the village green the Tiger Inn.
- Tiger Inn
Community focused pub at the centre of the village situated on the village green.
- Gnu Inn The Green North Newbald YO43 4SA (01430) 827473
- Old Ellerby
- Blue Bell
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.
- Blue Bell Crabtree Lane Old Ellerby HU11 5AJ (01964) 562364
- Watts Arms
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.
- Watts Arms Main Street Ottringham HU12 0AG 07805 466368
- Amy's Bar & Kitchen
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.
- Wolf Pack
9 High Street
The original entrance porch and two rooms to the left have now become one large 'L' shaped room. To the right, a door takes you into the comfortable front lounge which retains some of its original features and extends into a more basic but pleasantly appointed room behind it which is used as a dining area and for functions.
- Amy's Bar & Kitchen 8 Westgate Patrington HU12 0NB (01964) 631593
- Patrington Haven
- Burns Head
Situated 1km south of Patrington this 250 year old village pub with oak beams overlooks the village green and was originally situated besde the river when Sunk Island was an island. It comprises a lounge/restaurant with a separate bar and games room. It serves two ever changing real ales sourced nationally. The Beatles st the pub in 1962
- Burns Head Main Street Patrington Haven HU12 0QJ (01964) 630530
- Humber Tavern
70 Main Street
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.
- Royal Oak
42 Main Street
This multi-roomed pub is situated on the banks of the Humber Estuary with views across to the Humber Bridge. Three distinct rooms are served from a central bar with access through the back lounge to the raised patio area, overlooking the Humber estuary/
- Humber Tavern 70 Main Street Paull HU12 8AL moc.liamg@lluapnrevatrebmuh(01482) 899347
- Cock & Bell
1 Main Street
Multi-roomed pub with single bar server. Pool room to left of pub. Very much a locals pub with popular live music nights.
- Nags Head
1 Sproatley Road
In the ownership of the same family for over thirty five years. The large, main bar, separate public bar with dartboard, and conservatory offer plentiful seating with a large garden featuring a children's play area make this a pub for all. Monthly charity quiz night, charity fun days, darts and domino teams.
- Cock & Bell 1 Main Street Preston HU12 8UB (01482) 890784
- Black Horse
A two room 'local' pub in the village of Roos with a front bar and separate games room with pool, darts and sports TV.4 en-suite rooms available
- Roos Arms
Traditional country pub in the village of Roos near to Withernsea. Serving local and regional beers as well as food using local produce.Beers from Black Sheep and Theakstons rota regular on one hand pull while the other two varies between local and regional breweries.The pub provides bed and breakfast accommodation as well as having provision for motor homes on site.
- Black Horse Main Street Roos HU12 0HB (01964) 670353
- Bosville Arms
Well refurbished open plan pub.There's a small area to sit at a bar and just have a drink from the three rotating guest ales.Around the corner is the restaurant,where fine dinning can be had. The pub is situated on the B1259 in the village. Accommodation is at the rear of the pub in the design of the USA motel each has its own parking, community bought 31-07-2020 - re-opened 12th April 2021
- Bosville Arms Main Street Rudston YO25 4UB (01262) 371426
- Crooked Billet
The Crooked Billet, is an old 17th century inn. Previously known as the Royal Oak in the 17th century. It has stone floors, upholstered bench seating, and a rear dining area. A warm welcome can be guaranteed in the winter as you encounter the blazing fire by the entrance door. Thursday, cask ale £1.85/pint.
- Crooked Billet Pitt Lane Ryehill HU12 9NN (01964) 204964
- Ship Inn
On the headland above Bridlington Bay the picturesque village of Sewerby is situated between Bridlington and Flamborough. This characterful traditional pub features lots of dark wood and in its 3 rooms which include a restaurant / carvery and a function room. It has an outside seating area with coastal views and an area for entertainment. Features a large car park with adjacent camping area. Sewerby Hall and gardens are next door. Opening hours may be reduced during winter months
- Ship Inn Cliff Road Sewerby YO15 1EW ku.oc.ybrewesnnipihs@ofni(01262) 672374
- Board Inn
Popular village pub with a homely feel. Two distinct bars feature rugby league memorabilia in one and a collection of water jugs in the other. 3 ales throughout summer months reduces in winter to 2.
- Board Inn Back Street Skipsea YO25 8SW (01262) 468342
- Duke Of York
A friendly two roomed village pub on the main Hull to Bridlington Road. The bar is compact with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The larger dining room is caters for both individuals and can be used for small to medium social events. While the main beer sold is Tetley thers is often a guest available sually during the summer months.
- Duke Of York Hull Road Skirlaugh HU11 5ET moc.liamg@hgualrikskroyfoekudeht(01964) 500300
- South Cave
- Bear Inn
61 Market Place
This typical village pub has two large and separate bars, one for general use and the other housing the pool table and dart board. To the rear is a large and well laid out function room incorporating a small but comfortable conservatory area. Outside as well as a large car park and the usual smoking area is a large well kept garden which also contains a fish pond.
- Bear Inn 61 Market Place South Cave HU15 2AS firstname.lastname@example.org(01430) 422482
- Blue Bell Inn
Parts of the building are 200 years old. The pub has a restaurant and 2 separate bars, with a small beer garden to the rear. Bar snacks including ploughmans lunch are available.
- Constable Arms
150 year old, mock Tudor pub. Large bar, with restaurant area, and a bar at the rear. Has a large conservatory.
- Blue Bell Inn Main Road Sproatley HU11 4PA ku.oc.oohay@yeltaorpsnnillebeulb(01482) 811111
- Duke of York
70 Church Street, Sutton-upon-Hull
Community led pub in the centre of Sutton 'village'. The pub has two rooms plus an additional restaurant which is the village Indian and is highly advisable to book as it can get very busy. Also has takeaway facilities. Situated close to St James Church. Tuesday there is an afternoon club including meal deals, live entertainment & bingo followed by a music quiz in the evening. A popular general knowledge quiz is held on Thursday evening plus the is karaoke/disco on Friday and live entertainment on Saturday.
- Duke of York 70 Church Street, Sutton-upon-Hull Sutton-upon-Hull HU7 4TD ku.oc.oohay@nottuskroyfoekudeht(01482) 786930
A large modern purpose built pub aimed primarily at family friendly pub dining. There is a restaurant area to the front, a large lounge area on the left, a function room on the right and a bar with pool table and darts at the back. Outside there is patio seating to the front and a large car park to the rear. Food is available every day and a carvery on Wednesdays and Sundays. There are a couple of real ales sourced from regional breweries.
- Camerton Main Road Thorngumbald HU12 9NQ ku.oc.notremaceht@olleh(01964) 601208
- Crown & Anchor
This coaching house dating from 1823 is situated on the banks of the River Hull. There is mooring for pleasure craft directly outside the premises. Popular with walkers and cyclists. Tickton is just a couple of miles from the historic market of Beverley on the A1035.
- Micro Pig Bar
31 Main Street
Was once named the New Inn now after a major refurbishment of the full pub Aug/Sept 2018 its new name is The Micro Pig Bar. Serving bottle and two craft ales .The Micro pub is on the outskirts of the village.Seating outside for those warm evenings.
- Crown & Anchor Weel Road Tickton HU17 9RY ku.oc.yelrevebrohcnadnanworc@ofni(01964) 501854
- Barrel Inn
35 East End
Friendly local popular with local sports teams, young farmers and family friendly. One of only a handful of Thwaites' pubs in the area. Quiz on Thursday and occasional live music.
- Dog & Duck
1 East End
Roadside pub next to the Ferguson Fawsitt, also with a strong food emphasis. The 2 guest beers are from the Marston's stable, often seasonal beers from Wychwood or Ringwood.
- Barrel Inn 35 East End Walkington HU17 8RX 07550 078833
- Green Dragon
17th century coaching inn opposite the green in Welton with accommodation in the former stable block. Popular with locals and walkers alike with a fine reputation for dining, the pub is open for breakfast every morning. The bar opens at 11am daily A range of real ales from the Marstons portfolio is served. Regular live music nights.
- Green Dragon Cowgate Welton HU15 1NB email@example.com(01482) 666700
- Coach & Horses
"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.
- Coach & Horses Main Street Welwick HU12 0RY firstname.lastname@example.org(01964) 630788
- Toby Carvery
Situated adjacent to the A164 this modern pub cum Inn with accommodation is ideally placed for exploring the East Riding of Yorkshire. Breakfast served from 8am, bar opens at 10am.
- Toby Carvery Beverley Road Willerby HU10 6NT (01482) 651518
34 Queen Street
traditional friendly local pub.Close to the Lighthouse museum. Cosy outdoor seating.Live music which you can sing along to makes this a relaxing place to be.Recently introduced Aitchesons Yorkshire brewery on to the bar.
78 Queen Street
On main road through town set just off beach front.
- Captain Wlliam
This pub, formerly known as the Marine Bar, has been fully refurbished and renamed by the new owner. Originally built as a private dwelling in 1893 the name refers to the original builder and owner Captain William Newman.
A very basic 'old fashioned' pub which sells food at lunchtimes. Small room fronts onto main road through town with a larger room to the rear.
- Old BoatShed
2 Seaside Road
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.
- Spread Eagle
72 Queen Street
A popular locals pub serving a wide range of customers. Food served is locally sourced. Live entertainment is popular at the weekends.
- Alma 34 Queen Street Withernsea HU19 2AQ (01964) 612441
- Falcon Inn
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.
- Falcon Inn Main Street Withernwick HU11 4TA moc.nninoclaf@ofni(01964) 527925
- Wold Newton
- Anvil Arms
Large multi-roomed pub with restaurant 11pm closing is just a guide the published hours are until 'Late'.
- Anvil Arms Bridlington Road Wold Newton YO25 3YL email@example.com(01262) 470279