N Yorks moors - recommendation

Can anyone recommend any pubs in the North Yorkshire moors that do good real
ale (obviously!) and that have decent B&B accommodation? Oh, and not too
expensive :-)
Thanks in advance.
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gavin
On 25 Nov, 23:13, "gavin" wrote:
Well I just spent a great weekend at Cropton Brewery Near Pickering, which is well placed for the Moors, the Steam Railway & routes to the coast. Excellent very filling Food & Ale. I have stayed at the pub in the past also although this time I was at a motocycle rally so in a tent (yes I KNOW its November!), but this weekend they had a beer fest on as well as the rally so a great time was had by all. Highly recommended.
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Denny
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Denny
I went too - a good event with 70+ ales on, amazing for a village pub.
To save some cash though, there are some good B&B choices in the village;
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is the best place I have ever stayed, at any price, but just £29 pppn for a double room with outstanding breakfast and a very hospitable owner.
Cheers,
Paul
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Paul
Thought New Inn was very overpriced for area, although not stopped there recently.
Cheaper is Station Tavern,
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at Grosmont, which made it into GBG for 2008. For such a tiny place Grosmont is rare with two GBG entries.
I visit NYM frequently for either hiking or the steam railway and deciding where to stay is always a challenge if you want decent beer close by. On my last visit we gave up and rented a cottage in Pickering then stocked up with decent ale from Coop.
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You a get a full 500ml out of a bottle too, which is more than many pubs here serve in their pint glasses!
Another option, but just outside NYM is Crown Hotel in Malton. Their beer is contract brewed these days, but still well worth a visit.
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David
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David Thornhill
You could try the Captain Cook Inn
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in Staithes. Excellent ales usually from Esat Midlands micros, good food and a fine harbour stroll to blow out the morning cobwebs. Last time I stayed there the beds were a bit rickety but overall a great place to stay.
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John B
You could try the Captain Cook Inn
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in Staithes. Excellent ales usually from Esat Midlands micros, good food and a fine harbour stroll to blow out the morning cobwebs. Last time I stayed there the beds were a bit rickety but overall a great place to stay.
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John B

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