Hugh Fitz-Baldric144 Hallgate
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The Hugh Fitz-Baldric micro pub is named after a local Cottingham man from the 1400s who became the first Sheriff of Yorkshire. Converted from a shop on the main street of the largest village in England the pub consists of one room with quiet corners. It is furnished with re-purposed items and a log burner adds cosiness in winter. Altogether this makes for a peaceful place to enjoy the range of real ales, gins and other drinks reflecting changing trends. Children welcome until 8pm. Dogs only in the beer garden. Former branch village Pub of the Year and runner up in 2022.