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Blue Bell 0.12 miles (0.19 km)

York, YO1 9TF

A historic pub interior of national importance

The compact and intimate Blue Bell is a true national treasure and one of very few public houses to have the distinction...

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Olde Starre Inn 0.21 miles (0.33 km)

York, YO1 8AS

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A unique outstanding feature of this much-altered old inn complex is its former bar-screen, proclaiming 'Brett Bros' in...

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Golden Ball 0.27 miles (0.44 km)

York, YO1 6DU

A historic pub interior of national importance

This 1929 'improvement' of a small Victorian back-street local is thought to be the most complete surviving inter-war sc...

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Black Swan 0.29 miles (0.46 km)

York, YO1 7PR

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The Black Swan occupies a medieval timber-framed house and preserves many elements of the original domestic interior, in...

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Royal Oak 0.29 miles (0.47 km)

York, YO1 7LG

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Compact, Tudor-style interior of three small rooms off a staggered, central corridor with hatch – the result of a 1934 r...

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Masons Arms 0.35 miles (0.57 km)

York, YO10 4AB

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The 1935 rebuilding of this pub as a set-piece in Tudor style was a prestige project for the local Tadcaster Tower Brewe...

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Phoenix 0.41 miles (0.66 km)

York, YO1 9PT

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The Phoenix was probably purpose-built in the 1830s but its historic internal character today derives mainly from a late...

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Swan 0.41 miles (0.66 km)

York, YO23 1JH

A historic pub interior of national importance

The Swan is a near-intact Thirties remodelling of a small Victorian street-corner pub and has one of the best-preserved...

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Minster Inn 0.41 miles (0.67 km)

York, YO30 7BH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Designed in 1903 for the Tadcaster Tower brewery by local architect Samuel Needham (a leading influence on early twentie...

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Lighthorseman 0.63 miles (1.01 km)

York, YO10 4BE

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Probably built as a pub/hotel in the 1870s, it has quality elements in its bar fittings and its window and door detailin...

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Wellington 0.79 miles (1.27 km)

York, YO10 4DL

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The Wellington, reachable by a delightful riverside walk, is a classic mid-terrace, back-street local from the 1850s. It...

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Fox 1.01 miles (1.63 km)

Holgate, YO24 4DQ

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Purpose-built Victorian public house of 1878 which for many years was a busy local for the nearby railway works (now clo...

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Magnet 1.54 miles (2.47 km)

York, Osbaldwick, YO10 3AY

This pub is currently closed (since 18/04/2018)

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Built in 1934 by John Smith’s brewery (under their chief architect, Bertram Wilson) the Magnet is one of the generation...

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Tankard 4.56 miles (7.33 km)

Rufforth, YO23 3QF

This pub is currently closed (since 27/02/2019)

A historic pub interior of regional importance

The building is early nineteenth century, or older, but it is the makeover it received in 1937 – by Leeds architect H. L...

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Jackdaw 9.55 miles (15.37 km)

Tadcaster, LS24 9HJ

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Built 1966 by John Smith’s brewery, contemporary with the housing area it serves, the Jackdaw is a good representative o...

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New Inn 12.05 miles (19.4 km)

Selby, YO8 4ET

A historic pub interior of national importance

The New Inn is a town-centre pub of long standing, completely remodelled in 1934 and preserving an outstanding room from...

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Greyhound 12.15 miles (19.56 km)

Saxton, LS24 9PY

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Delightful old pub in a limestone village – once a farmhouse-cum-barn, and first licensed in 1871. It consists of three...

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Swan 12.21 miles (19.65 km)

Bramham, LS23 6QA

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Tucked away in the upper part of the village, this small, drinks-only local (dubbed ‘Top House’) is excellent reward for...

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Three Horse Shoes 15.93 miles (25.64 km)

Boroughbridge, YO51 9LF

A historic pub interior of national importance

This is one of the best-preserved examples of a small inter-war roadhouse and one whose revival has been a recent succes...

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Chequers Inn 16.46 miles (26.49 km)

Ledsham, LS25 5LP

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Attractive stone village pub belonging to a country estate. Its interior conveys a sense of age-old rambling character b...

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Spotted Cow 16.77 miles (26.99 km)

Malton, YO17 7JN

This pub is currently closed (since 03/04/2018)

A historic pub interior of regional importance

A classic old market-side pub, facing directly on to livestock pens. The internal highlight here is the low-ceilinged ta...

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Blue Ball 16.87 miles (27.14 km)

Malton, YO17 7JF

A historic pub interior of regional importance

In a building dating from 1714, and much-altered over the years, the Blue Ball preserves a historic core of two small fr...

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Malt Shovel 16.99 miles (27.35 km)

Oswaldkirk, YO62 5XT

This pub is currently closed (since 01/09/2017)

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

A lovely old building with four pleasant, largely-refitted rooms leading off a dignified hallway and stair lobby. They p...

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Gaping Goose 17.53 miles (28.2 km)

Garforth, LS25 1LR

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Revamped in 1935 by the Melbourne Brewery of Leeds (architects Pennington,Hustler & Taylor of Pontefract). Various doors...

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Gardeners Arms 18.2 miles (29.29 km)

Harrogate, Bilton, HG1 4DH

A historic pub interior of regional importance

In a rural valley setting at the very edge of suburban Harrogate, the Gardeners occupies a delightful little early 18th...

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