The Wolds Inn
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The Wolds Inn
This pub is the highest country inn on the Wolds. Although the village of Huggate nestles in one of the quietest parts of this locality, Huggate itself is made up largely of a farming community, with many local characters and a friendly atmosphere. Huggate boasts one of the deepest wells in England, and its local church is a beauty. The main part of the inn was built in the 16th century and has the feel of a country inn - relaxing and yet bustling in its own way. Brassware and woodwork are just part of the inn's character. The Wolds Inn offers a wide range of excellent meals and a varied menu to please all tastes. There are many interesting places nearby and good heartening walks, including the Wolds Way and Stamford Bridge, scene of a famous battle. There is also a deserted village - very eerie. For those of you who like horse racing and golf, there are a couple of golf courses nearby, including Kilnwick Percy and Ganton and York and Beverley races are just 30 minutes drive away. The East Coast, Bridlington, Scarborough and Whitby can be reached in approximately 35 minutes, also many Market Towns are near to hand. You might think I'm building up to something here, and you'd be right. The beers are not wonderful, but the pub is. Smiths, Tetleys and Theakstons beers were the only ones on - no guest. There is a restaurant and its open Tuesday - Sunday 7pm - 9pm, with a traditional Sunday lunch served 12 - 2.30pm. Booking advised for the restaurant, though bar meals also available. Accommodation Rating is available, B&B from ?45, twin ?45 & single ?27. All rooms are en-suite, centrally heated, have TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Pity about the beer.
Also try: Hole in the Wall (115 Spring Bank)