A North Yorkshire country pub has “beefed” up its traditional real ale selection thanks to the skills of a nearby micro-brewery.
The owners of the Dovers Arms, located in Skipwith near Selby, asked Ainsty Ales if it could create a beer unique to the 18th Century coaching inn that reflected its
A Selby pub is calling “time gentleman please…to order a full grill”, as it adds it a new sitting following customer pressure.
From next Saturday, The Drovers Arms, an historic coaching inn dating back to the 18th century, will be opening its doors at 9.30am to launch its new breakfast menu.
A North Yorkshire pub has been shortlisted for a brace of Visit York Tourism Awards.
The Drovers Arms, situated in Skipwith, near Selby, is a finalist in the Pub of the Year category and Restaurant of the Year award.
Last year, the Drovers Arms was one of just 30 pubs listed in
The arrival of a new head chef at a North Yorkshire coaching inn has seen its menu being given a “high street makeover”.
For Tim Bradley, pictured, has swapped the kitchen of a trendy York city centre diner for the popular eating and drinking haunt of the Drovers Arms, in Skipwith,
The owners of a North Yorkshire pub are celebrating after being presented with the Trip Advisor Excellence Award for the second year running.
The Drovers Arms, at Skipwith, has been given the recognition thanks to the volume of positive reviews posted by customers on the world’s largest travel site.
These included comments
A North Yorkshire public house – whose fortunes have been totally transformed by its new owners - has been shortlisted for a Visit York Tourism Award.
The Drovers Arms at Skipwith, situated on the edge of one of the last remaining areas of northern lowland heath in England – is a
The owners of a North Yorkshire pub have proved they are “punching above their weight” after winning an industry “Oscar”.
Graham Usher and Martin Firth from the Drovers Arms in Skipwith, near Selby, picked up the Punch Taverns Best New Business Award for the North, for the way they have turned
A talented chef with a wealth of experience gained from working in top-class venues around the globe is aiming to make his mark in North Yorkshire.
Ed Allen, who launched his culinary career in a two rosette restaurant in Hampshire and has a degree in culinary arts management, is using his
A traditional country pub in North Yorkshire has vowed to use local produce whenever possible.
Demonstrating their commitment for provenance they have appointed Sykes House Farm as the main meat supplier.
The mid-19th century pub was taken over late last year by Graham Usher and partner Martin Firth, and has recently won
Customers of a Selby country pub have helped it win international recognition from the world’s largest travel website.
The Drovers Arms, at Skipwith, has been named as one of the winners of the Trip Advisor Excellence Awards for 2014, which is given to just ten per cent of businesses across the