Comforting pub grub at its finest
Cosy up next to a real fire at Bryherstones Country Inn in Burniston. Hosts Paul and Sally offer home-cooked food made using local produce and a bar that’s full of tempting drinks, perfect for a chilly winter’s day. Dogs are welcome too so it’s a great place to stop after a wintery weekend walk.
A cosy meal for hikers
Situated next to the stunning Sewerby Hall, The Ship Inn is a great place to cosy up after a walk around the stately home’s 50 acres. A traditional pub that champions local produce, including the world-famous Bridlington Bay lobster; they also serve award winning cask ales and craft beer alongside their home-made meals. Enjoy a comforting roast dinner every Sunday or sample some of their seafood creations – whatever you choose you won’t be disappointed!
The best pies on the Yorkshire coast
Last but definitely not least is The Piebald Inn in Hunmanby. For the ultimate comfort food in one of the cosiest settings you’ll find on the Yorkshire coast – this is the place to stop! Their speciality is pie and they have a different one for every week of the year.
Cosy up for the night
The Stables is a real rural gem on the outskirts of Whitby. Enjoy delicious wholesome pub food and sweeping countryside views of the moorland beyond from the cosy comfort of a former 17th Century farmhouse. Make the most of your visit by spending a night at The Stables and visiting the areas idyllic beaches, Robin Hood’s Bay and everything else the Whitby route has to offer.