Rebels' Smokehouse - Beverley

RebelsBringing a taste of North Alabama to Beverley, Rebels' Smokehouse is a popular restaurant with dishes based on traditional recipes. The sauces are made from family recipes and the Yorkshire pork is smoked on the premises over hickory for at least 14 hours. Set on Beverley's pedestrianised Butcher Ro

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Riverside Café - Beverley

Riverside CaféRiverside Café is tucked away on the outskirts of Beverley, on Grovehill industrial estate neer to Weel Bridge. Popular with local workers, this café offers great value for money. The staff are very accomodating and there is a good choice of food on the menu, Riverside Café is quite spacious and

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Roots Bar - Beverley

Roots BarSpecialising in tropical cocktails, reggae music and recipes from the islands, Roots Bar is a popular destination in Beverley. The well stocked bar has a range of spirits and cocktails with over 100 rums sourced from all around the world. The atmosphere in Roots Bar is very Caribbean as the furnitur

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Royal Standard Inn - Beverley

Royal Standard InnSet in the Georgian Quarter of Beverley, the Royal Standard pub is a Grade II listed building. This cozy pub has two rooms and is popular with locals and racegoers alike as it is set in a convenient location for Beverley Races. There is a range of real ale and cider available at the bar, as well as

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Rumi's - Beverley

RumiAn Indian restaurant with a very contemporary dining experience, Rumi’s restaurant is located in Beverley opposite the bus station and offers a range of authentic Indian and Bangladesh dishes. Some of the dishes in this Beverley restauran

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Saints and Sinners - Beverley

Saints and SinnersTucked away in Swaby's Yard, behind Saturday Market, is a fabulous little cafe called Saints and Sinners who specialise in luxury ice creams, sundaes and milkshakes. Sandwiches and snacks are also available here and the bread is baked freshly every day. There is seating inside for about 8 people and

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Siam Lion - Beverley

Siam LionSiam Lion is a Thai restaurant located in one of Beverley's most prestigious properties, just outside the North Bar. There is an extensive menu of traditional Thai foods available which are elaborately presented in a well furnished dining area in this <a href="https://beverleyguide.co.uk/beverley-re

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Sleepers - Beverley

SleepersMany will know of Sleepers from its hugely popular sister bar in Newland Avenue, Hull, tucked alongside the railway tracks that give the bar its name.The owners have now opened a second venue in Beverley and the menu here is the same as that in Hull, with a wide variety of choice. Upon entering the

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St Mary's Church - Beverley

St MaryJust inside the medieval town gate of North Bar Within,on the corner of Hengate, stands St Mary's Church, one of the great parish churches of England. The church was built between 1120 and 1530 and the west front of the church is said to have influenced the architecture of the chapel of Kings Colleg

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St Mary's Parish Hall - Beverley

St MarySt Mary's Parish Hall is situated on Molescroft Road and is very popular both for church events and as a venue for community groups and activities. It has kitchen facilities and toilets and, in addition to the main hall, there is a smaller separate meeting room. St Mary's Parish Hall and the meeting

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TC Patisserie - Beverley

TC PatisserieTC Patisserie is an independant French cafe run by French patissier, Thierry Condette, who started selling croissants, brioche and fruit tarts on the local markets in 2007 and opened up TC Patisserie in 2008. The shop still runs a stall on the market on a Saturday too. Everything sold in the shop i

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Thai Palace - Beverley

Thai PalaceThe Thai Palace is a well established restaurant in the centre of Beverley serving excellent Thai food. Using the freshest of ingredients, their own techniques and many years of perfecting recipes, Thai Palace's aim is to give you the most authentic dining experience that money can buy outside of Th

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The 5 Eastgate - Beverley

The 5 EastgateIdeally situated in the heart of Beverley, 5 Eastgate maintains original Regency features whilst hosting a contemporary look. All rooms are individually designed and offer the full range of modern facilities, without losing their Regency charm. The guest house has been run by the same family for the

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The Angel - Beverley

The AngelThe Angel is a Beverley town centre pub, located on the pedestrianised Toll Gavel, halfway between Saturday Market and Wednesday Market. The Angel is popular with shoppers and comprises of a large front room (popular for Karaoke on a weekend) and a recently refurbished quieter back room which is use

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The Beaver - Beverley

The BeaverThe Beaver pub sits just off the busy Saturday Market in Beverley town centre. The pub serves food on a lunchtime and is suitable for families until 9pm. One of the livelier pubs in Beverley, the Beaver has large screen TVs which show major sporting events and there is

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The Bird and Beer - Beverley

The Bird and BeerOne of the more recent restaurants in Beverley is the Bird and Beer, located on North Bar Within. The Bird and Beer is a chicken and ale restaurant, with a California vibe. Inspiration for the restaurant has come from California-style chicken restaurants in the U

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The Carriage House - Beverley

The Carriage HouseThe Carriage House Beverley offers self catering or Bed and Breakfast accommodation from one to four people. This accomodation is located next to the 12th Century Beverley Minster. The Carriage House is a self contained building in the grounds of the Old Vicarage. It is a central location with priva

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The Cornerhouse - Beverley

The CornerhouseThe Cornerhouse has Beverley's biggest selection of real ales and ciders, over 150 whiskies, a wide selection of bottled lager, wine and soft drinks. Upon entering the pub, there is an area with sofas and newspapers on the right and a long bar that runs the whole length of the pub on the left. There

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The Cross Keys - Beverley

The Cross KeysThe Cross Keys is a grade II listed building dating back from 1770 and was acquired by the JD Wetherspoon chain in 2016. The pub has a large central area with some smaller rooms off from it. There is a small courtyard at the back of the Cross Keys

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The Foresters Arms - Beverley

The Foresters ArmsThe Foresters Arms is a large public house on the corner of Beverley Beck, about 15 minutes walk from Beverley town centre. It has a large public bar to the right of the pub with a pool table, and a lounge area to the left. The pub has live sports on TV and food is served on a lunch time and an even

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The Game Bird - Beverley

The Game BirdLocated on the outskirts of Beverley, within walking distance to the town centre, the Game Bird is a public house with five en-suite bedrooms available to let. The bar is decorated in a rustic style with real ale and live Sky or BT Sport on the TV. Featuring an open fronted kitchen, the dining room

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The Grapes - Beverley

The GrapesSitting in the corner of Saturday Market, Beverley, next to Browns Department store, the Grapes is a down to earth pub right in the centre of Beverley. The pub has a food menu to suit all occassions and a mixture of big brand drinks and real ales to tempt the palate. The Grapes is busy on weekends w

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The Green Dragon - Beverley

The Green DragonPreviously known as the Malt House, the Green Dragon is a historical Tudor fronted inn and faces onto Beverley's popular Saturday market. This pub has a good range of real ales and hosts beer festivals in the Spring and at Halloween. The Green Dragon also offers a good range of pub grub and has a gr

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The Guildhall - Beverley

The GuildhallLocated on Register Square in Beverley, the Guildhall is a Grade 1 listed structure with a long and varied history. It is a civic building and was purchased by the Beverley town keepers in 1501. The Guildhall has a stunning Georgian courtroom featuring plaster stuccowork by Giuseppe Cortese. The cou

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The Hayride - Beverley

The HayrideThe Hayride is located on the outskirts of Beverley, in Molescroft, and is a large family friendly pub diner. The pub was built by its owners, Greene King, in a barn style design and has an open plan interior with a bar area and lots of seating for food, as well as large screen TVs. The interior of

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The Highfield - Beverley

The HighfieldThe Highfield is a large single roomed public house on the outskirts of Beverley, serving the local community. There is a raised dining area and a separate sports zone complete with seven screens. The pub has a variety of real ales on offer and serves home cooked meals (opening at 10am on a Saturday

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The Kings Head - Beverley

The Kings HeadOne of the most prominent establishments in Beverley, The Kings Head is a popular pub, restaurant and hotel situated in the centre of Beverley on the busy Saturday Market. The bar serves an array of classic cocktails, boutique spirits, world beers and guest ales and the restaurant features wood fire

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The Light Dragoon - Etton

The Light DragoonThe Light Dragoon sits in the picturesque Wolds village of Etton, close to Beverley, and is the home to the long standing Processed Pea Folk Club. The Light Dragoon is popular for food and has a dining room which serves a good variety of meals. There is a real fire in the pub as well as a large TV s

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The Lord Nelson - Beverley

The Lord NelsonSet amidst a row of terraced houses close to Beverley Minster and the Flemingate shopping centre, the Lord Nelson is a traditional pub which dates back to 1620. The Lord Nelson has a friendly atmosphere. There is a pool table and the pub hosts live music events.

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The Monks Walk - Beverley

The Monks WalkOne of the older pubs in Beverley (dating back to 1658), the Monks Walk sits in close proximity to Beverley Minster with entrances to the pub from both Highgate and Eastgate. There is a newly refurbished walled beer garden at the rear of the pub which takes full advantage of the view of Beverley Min

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The Moulders Arms - Beverley

The Moulders ArmsSet close to Beverley railway station, the Moulders Arms is a traditional one roomed local pub which is popular with racegoers when Beverley Races are on. The pub sells real ale and is dog and family friendly. There are a selection of traditional pub games available as well as newspapers to read. Th

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The Potting Shed - Beverley

The Potting ShedThe Potting Shed is a large family friendly pub which sits close to the Flemingate Shopping Centre in Beverley. It features five brightly coloured sheds that surround the patio area at the side of the pub and act as small eating and drinking rooms. In addition to the sheds, there are also many outdo

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The Queens Head - Beverley

The Queens HeadSet in Wednesday Market, at the end of the pedestrianised Toll Gavel, the Queens Head is an authentic old town pub with friendly service. The pub welcomes children during the day and there is a good choice of food available. At the front of the Queens Head is an outdoor seating area (which faces ont

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The Rose and Crown - Beverley

The Rose and CrownAt the corner of North Bar Without and York Road, the Rose and Crown sits in a prominent position close to Beverley's historic bar. The pub is ideal for racegoers attending the nearby Beverley Races and for walkers on the nearby Beverley Westwood. The Rose and Crown is a grade II listed building and

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The Sloop Inn - Beverley

The Sloop InnSituated on the outskirts of Beverley, close to Beverley Beck, the Sloop Inn is a short walk from the Flemingate Shopping Centre. The pub is open plan with three main socialising areas, a central bar and a grass beer garden and patio area. There are sports TVs throughout the pub showing the latest s

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The Sun Inn - Beverley

The Sun InnBelieved to be the oldest pub in Beverley and the East Riding of Yorkshire, the Sun Inn sits on the corner of Flemingate, opposite the historic Beverley Minster. The pub dates back to 1530 and is very popular as a live music venue, hosting the Beverley Blues festival and being one of the focal point

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The Tiger Inn - Beverley

The Tiger InnThe Tiger Inn dates back to the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building. It is in a quiet area of Beverley, only a few minutes away from the busy town centre. Home cooked food is available throughout the week, with a carvery on a Sunday. There is a well stocked bar complete with real ales and

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The Treasure House - Beverley

The Treasure HouseThe Treasure House in Beverley is a large, modern building that contains Beverley Art Gallery, Beverley Library and the East Riding Archives. The tower at the Treasure House gives fabulous views over the town of Beverley. The Treasure House also contains a Coffee Lounge

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The White Horse Inn (Nellies) - Beverley

The White Horse Inn (Nellies)The White Horse Inn (Nellies) is one of the oldest pubs in Beverley, dating back to 1666. Its nickname comes from Nellie Collinson, the landlady who resided here until 1976 when the pub was sold to Samuel Smiths Brewery. Walking into Nellies is like stepping back in time.

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The Windmill Inn - Beverley

The Windmill InnThe Windmill Inn in Beverley is a free house (with bed and breakfast rooms) and sells a range of real ales, draft beers, wines and spirits. The pub has a good selection of food and sandwiches available which can be eaten in the pub or outside on the patio area, which has external heaters and awnings

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The Woolpack Inn - Beverley

The Woolpack InnThe Woolpack in Beverley is a local pub with a welcoming atmosphere. It is located close to Beverley Westwood and serves real ales and ciders which can be sampled next to the real fire or in the delightful small snug area in the front of the pub. The Woolpack Inn was converted from two cottages in t

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Tickton Grange Hotel - Tickton

Tickton Grange HotelTickton Grange Hotel is a Georgian Country Hotel surrounded by gardens and meadows located just outside Beverley, on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. The hotel is equipped with twenty one bedrooms including two which are suites and is a popular wedding and celebration venue. There are lots of areas

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Tickton Village Hall - Tickton

Tickton Village HallThe village Hall at Tickton, close to Beverley, is a single-storey, traditionally designed village hall, built in 1948. Car parking is available to the front and rear of the building which is well lit, with CCTV security. Tickton Village Hall is next to Tickton Village play area and the local playi

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Toll Gavel United Church - Beverley

Toll Gavel United ChurchLocated on the pedestrian street of Toll Gavel in the heart of Beverley, Toll Gavel United Church dates back to 1890. The church consists of around 230 members and there is a variety of activities available at Toll Gavel United Church alongside regular Sunday worship. Toll Gavel is part of the Bever

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Trinity Guest House - Beverley

Trinity Guest HouseTrinity Guest House is a 4* bed and breakfast which boasts character and charm with the original features of a Victorian house. The guest house is situated across the road from Beverley Train Station, making it an ideal location for public transport. The family run business offers a warm atmosphere

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Tudor Rose Hotel - Beverley

Tudor Rose HotelFacing onto the Wednesday market square, the Tudor Rose Hotel is conveniently positioned a few minutes walk away from Beverley train station. Its easily accessible location puts it within easy reach of all the amenities that Beverley has to offer, with the gothic Beverley Minster situated just aroun

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Walkers of Well Lane - Beverley

Walkers of Well LaneWalkers of Well Lane is a traditional style café situated on a small lane just off the main pedestrian street of Toll Gavel in the centre of Beverley. The café has a well priced menu with plenty of choice and gluten free food is available. Ingredients are locally sourced and all of produce is made

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