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Saltburn Pubs, 9 Of The Best Pubs In Saltburn By The Sea

Saltburn by the Sea has a rich and vibrant history that simply must be explored. When you have finished exploring why not try one of these local Saltburn pubs?

The Quakers that founded the town stated that alcohol consumption was permitted only in bars adjoining hotels and private members clubs. Under the ruling public houses were banned. Happily, that rule has now ceased and there is a thriving pub scene in Saltburn. Here’s our list of pubs in Saltburn by the Sea for you to try.

The Victoria Pub in Saltburn

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The Victoria

This traditional pub in Saltburn, close to the train station, stocks an extensive range of regional ales alongside established favourites including big brand names such as Carlsberg, Guinness and John Smiths. The pub has a roster of live music events which can be obtained by contacting the pub directly. Arguably Saltburns busiest and most popular boozer, The Victoria attracts customers of all ages. Feeling hungry? Food is available in the bar and includes all the pub classics such as chicken liver pate and garlic mushroom bruschetta to start, Whitby scampi and steak and ale pie for the main course with a fantastic selection of salads, sides and sauces along with delicious meaty chunks from the grill.

Address: Victoria Pub 3-5 Dundas Street, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1AH

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The Ship Inn, traditional pub in Saltburn by the Sea

The Ship Inn

Located in the heart of the original hamlet of Saltburn, The Ship has stood the test of time. The dark wooden interior of this popular smugglers pub dates the premises back more than 500 years. With stunning views of the coast, there’s plenty of incentive to sit a few hours and watch the world go by. The Ship is blessed with the largest beer garden in Saltburn and is a favourite for Sunday lunches. During winter there’s a roaring fire and a place at the Fishermen’s bar for those seeking a tale or two. With a large selection of speciality gins and a range of local beers and ales, you’ll find it hard to leave.

Address: 124 High St, Brotton, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 2PY

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The Marine Pub in Saltburn

The Marine

Arguably one of the best views of the beach can be had from the beer garden and the upstairs lounge of this Saltburn pub. The Marine is right up with the times and has all the necessary when it comes to entertainment and sport. Live football is shown throughout the season and live music is performed of an evening. The function room on the first floor can be hired for a small fee and with its stunning views of the bay is a popular choice for parties and receptions. Food is served daily making this charming old seafront boozer a top choice for a cheeky pint.

Address: 43 Marine Parade, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1DZ

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The Guns Bar, Saltburn by the Sea Pub

The Guns Bar

Situated along Milton Street is Saltburn’s very own craft ale and gin emporium. This dog-friendly pub serves a selection of 12 beers that rotate monthly and provide a stunning 40 gins along with all the usual favourites – you’re sure to find the perfect refreshment. The bar is family-friendly with lots of nooks and crannies for gathering together for a chinwag and a few drinks. Saturday is pie day! Homemade pies are available with a choice of pickles and chutneys to enjoy while you sup. An enjoyable and refreshing alternative to a traditional pub experience.

Address: 15 Milton Street, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Cleveland, TS12 1DH

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Brockley Hall Hotel

Brockley Hall Hotel

Brockley Hall Hotel is a mainstay of the afternoon tea circuit and a regular fixture in the fine dining scene but there’s another reason to visit this iconic Saltburn landmark – the bar. Situated on the tree-lined Strasse of Glenside facing Skelton Beck this plush boutique hotel offers an upmarket setting for the start of your evening out and about. The quirky bar has a definitive selection of world beers, a comprehensive gin menu and an extensive wine list. If the bar isn’t quite your thing, there’s the beautifully serene lounge area. Recline in style with an aperitif of your choice.

Address: Glenside, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1JS, UK

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The Tap Inn At Saltburn Golf Club

The Tap Inn

Keen golfers will know all about Saltburns latest destination bar and restaurant. Billed as a destination dining experience this bar and lounge are a refreshing addition to the pubs in Saltburn proper. The Sunday roast has received rave reviews as has the view from the bar. The Tap Inn hosts regular live music acts and every Thursday is the ever-popular steak night. Well worth a visit for those seeking an out to town experience! The venue is also available for private hire and caters for weddings, birthdays and parties of up to 150 people.

Address: Hob Hill, Guisborough Rd, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1NJ, UK

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Cafes in Saltburn that serve alcohol



Rapp’s Cafe, located on Milton Street is one of the most popular cafes in Saltburn. Popular with locals and tourists alike for its delicious breakfasts and daily changing lunch menu, it’s easy to while away the hours in this all day round venue. The evening brings out the diners too but with the fine selection of world beers, quaffable wines and follower cocktails, Rapp’s is a top choice for an early evening livener. The Kings Grill next door is Rapp’s sister venue and serves up British beef steaks cooked to order alongside a comprehensive a la Carta menu.

Address: 11-13 Milton Street, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Cleveland, TS12 1DH

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The Sitting Room

Sitting Room

Praised locally for its ‘creative cocktails’, stylish interior and friendly bar staff, the Sitting Room is a place to spend a lazy day brunching like a boss. Offering a selection of cool beers and a ‘Gin Lovers’ menu, you’re sure to find the tipple of your choice here. You’ll find the Sitting Room nestled under the arches in Station Square. The Sitting Room is dog friendly.

Address: 3 Station Square, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1AQ, UK

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The Sitting Room

Vista Mar

Looking for a dog-friendly bar-restaurant with stunning sea views close to the historic Saltburn Pier? Vista Mar serves up Mediterranean cuisine in a setting fit for a film shoot. The wraparound outdoor terrace is the place to sip a glass of vino on a warm summers evening. There’s a great selection of beers, wines and spirits so you’ll not go thirsty and the menu has a range of gluten-free and vegetarian dishes alongside home-cooked favourites.

Address: Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1NY, United Kingdom

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Let us know if you have tried any of these Saltburn pubs in the comments.

2 thoughts on “Saltburn Pubs, 9 Of The Best Pubs In Saltburn By The Sea”

  1. The information link for The Marine Saltburn is incorrect, it takes you to The Marine in Eastbourne, luckily I noticed at the bottom of the link page, it would have been so disappointing at the place in Saltburn is not of the same standard as the south coast.

    check the “Click here for more information”

    Address: 43 Marine Parade, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1DZ

    Booking: Click here for more information


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