Glaisdale is a small village not far from Whitby. If you’re passing through, why not grab a quick pint at one of these Glaisdale Pubs.
The Arncliffe Arms
Built-in 1865, the Arncliffe Arms is the only pub in Glaisdale located on Arncliffe Terrace. It’s a traditional village pub and serves a variety of local and international beers (including guest cask ales), an extensive range of spirits, and a selection of wines. They also offer delicious homemade meals cooked using local ingredients like fresh fish and scampi from Whitby and locally-farmed meats from the surrounding area. And their all-day Sunday lunches are not to be missed! Apart from being a great place to have a meal or a drink, The Arncliffe Arms also has B&B accommodation. Find more information here.
The Board Inn
Just 5 minutes from Glaisdale The Board Inn is located in Lealholm, on the bank of the River Esk. It was established in 1742 and is a great place to stop after exploring the North York Moors National Park. This traditional inn is packed with charm and character and has modern facilities that make it feel clean and cosy.
There is a terrace here where you can even fish for Salmon, Sea Trout and Brown Trout. They host regular events, including BBQs and live music. Children and dogs are welcome too. Summer evenings are an excellent time to visit to watch Salmon and Sea Trout spawning. Find more information here.
The Postgate Inn
This traditional country inn dates back to 1860; they are a pub, restaurant and B&B located just 10 minutes from Glaisdale. It’s in a fantastic location for exploring all the North York Moors National Park offers. The restaurant offers a seasonal menu and has daily specials. There is a lovely beer garden if you’re lucky enough to get nice weather and enjoy the sunshine. The Postgate regularly featured in Heartbeat under its stage name “The Black Dog”. Find more information here.
The Witching Post Inn
The Witching Post Inn is 10 minutes from Glaisdale and is a very friendly bar, restaurant, and B&B offering fantastic access to the North Yorkshire Moors. They are the start and finish of the popular Gallon Walk. This 18th-century inn boasts a real fire, great beers, and plenty of other drink choices. The Sunday carvery gets rave reviews too. Families and walkers are welcome, along with your dogs. Find more information here.
Each one of these pubs near to Glaisdale is welcoming, offers food and drink and is dog friendly. Let us know if you have ever visited any of the pubs near to Glaisdale in the comments.