Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Pickering
Places to eat in Pickering.
Lying just outside the National Park, this ancient market town lies at the foot of heather-clad moors and was originally a Celtic settlement dating to 270BC. Its church has medieval frescoes, discovered beneath whitewashed walls, which include a 9th century scene of King Edmund being put to death. Pickering Castle was once besieged by Robert the Bruce but is now a joyously well-preserved ruin. It was apparently used as a hunting lodge by every English monarch up to 1400. Richard II was kept prisoner here in 1399 shortly after being deposed. Beck Isle Museum has rooms devoted to different aspects of life in the past - from a barber's shop to a public bar.
We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Pickering or surrounding areas.
Pickering Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc
|COACH HOUSE INN||Pub/Inn|
|Rosedale Abbey, Nr Pickering, N Yorks, YO18 8SD|
A country inn with restaurant offering a wide choice of quality home cooked meals and real ales. Children's menu available. Family room. Beer garden at front providing seating for summer. Varied entertainment programme. Open 7 days a week in Summer.
|Hutton Le Hole, York, YO6 4UA|
The Crown Inn is at the heart of Hutton-Le-Hole sheltering beneath the North Yorkshire Moors. A delightful stream runs through the village and sheep graze the common land in an area renowned for wildflowers and beautiful scenery. Hutton-Le-Hole is within easy reach of Helmsley, a popular market town with shops, a castle and a walled Garden and the nearby romantic ruins of Rievaulx Abbey. Within reasonable distance of the magnificent Castle Howard, the North York's Moors Railway, Flamingoland and the North East Coastal resorts. The small campsite is situated behind the pub. We have 4 hook ups with hard standing, and toilet facilities are available during pub opening hours. The pub serves a wide variety of home-cooked food at lunch time and in the evenings.
|COWSHED COTTAGE & THE APPLETREE COUNTRY INN||Cottage / Country Inn|
|Marton, Nr. Sinnington, North Yorkshire, YO62 6RD||From £70.00 per night, 7 nights £385|
1 Unit sleeps 2
Cowshed Cottage is situated in the quaint village of Marton located between Malton, Pickering and Helmsley within the North Yorkshire Moors.
The self catering cottage is directly next to The Appletree Country Inn, ideal for fine dining and a wide range of local ales. The cottage has an open plan living area with an open fireplace, leading to a separate double en-suite bedroom. Bright and fully equipped holiday accommodation to cater for your every need. Parking is available and well-behaved pets are welcome.
Cowshed Cottage and The Appletree Country Inn is ideal for those wishing to explore Whitby, Scarborough, Goathland, North Yorkshire Moors Railway, York, Flamingo Land and Dalby Forest.
Eastgate Tearooms &
1 Eastgate Square, Pickering, North Yorkshire,
Tel: 01751 475431
A traditional family run tearoom and restaurant.
Good home cooking, excellent coffee and cakes.
Sunday lunches. Evening meals June-Sept.
English, Italian, curries etc. Waitress service.
Type: Tearooms & Restaurant
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