The Cross Keys is a warm and welcoming cask marque pub in Knaresborough, certified by the real ale Ossett brewery. This pub offers a variety of real ales from around the country and premium international lagers and spirits, along with live music and quiz nights. It is also dog and child friendly with food available. CAMRA card memberships excepted.
More information can be found at Cross Keys.
So! Bar and Eats are an award-winning, independently run bars & restaurants. They offer a range of high quality freshly prepared food to meet every occasion, in a contemporary bar environment.
They have pubs in Knaresborough, Harrogate and Ripon. To book a table, visit their website.
The Anchor Inn carving table provides a varied choice of quality regional favourites prepared on a daily basis. This friendly house offers traditional cask ales, freshly cooked food and cosy accommodation.
For more information, visit their website.
The Old Royal Oak is an 18th-century bed and breakfast and pub. They serve traditional home made, wholesome pub food located in Knaresborough’s famous ‘Market Square’. The pub has a real ‘oldy worldy’ feel to it, it’s even got it’s very own ‘Priest Hole’.
For more information or to book a table or room, visit their website!
The Orange Grove is a newly refurbished stylish bar, with four boutique bed and breakfast. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy whilst taking in the historic sights.
The bar featuresa garden, non-smoking rooms and free WiFi.
For more information, ring them or visit them in the Market place of Knaresborough!
The Sidings Hotel and Restaurant is built around 5 Pullman style railway carriages. They have converted part of the carriages into a dining area while allowing tables of four to overlook the track.
Other carriages have been converted into rooms so that guests can stay and enjoy The Sidings overnight in this unique location.
To book a room or table, visit their website.