North Yorkshire - Saxton

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

Main Street
LS24 9PY

Tel: (01937) 557202

Real Ale: Yes

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Delightful old pub in a limestone village – once a farmhouse-cum-barn, and first licensed in 1871. It consists of three small rooms linked by a side corridor, all with stone-flagged floors, low ceilings and wooden seating, but its actual evolution is not entirely clear. The likelihood is that the present main bar area, next to the servery, was converted from private accommodation soon after the Second World War and that a lot of its internal fitments are possibly of no great age in themselves. Until 1983, when new cellars were created, the Greyhound was locally-famous for its behind-bar stillaging.

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