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The Bridge Inn, Ruswarp - pub details

Address: High Street, Ruswarp, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 1NJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35106) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ruswarp (0.1 miles), Whitby (1.2 miles), Sleights (1.7 miles)

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Reopened on 9th August after various periods of closure just in time for our stay at Ruswarp Hall up the road. The new manager is very friendly and the beers are fine if unexciting. Well supported by locals for the 3 nights we were in, just hope they continue to use the pub and keep it open.
hollybush33 - 13 Aug 2018 12:07
I reckon the latest post is spot on.
Grand_Mufti - 20 Jul 2014 13:28
If JonnyWev doesn't sound like a member of staff to you, you have more faith in human nature than I!
strongarm - 14 Jun 2010 15:28
The Bridge Inn is a friendly pub situated at the heart of the picturesque village of Ruswarp. Ruswarp is approximately a mile away from the lovely town of Whitby. The Bridge is a traditional family pub situated next to the river esk and the nymr railway line. The stunning steam trains frequently pass the glorious beer garden. The pub its self has an old fashioned and traditional feel. It has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Pictures of Ruswarp and Whitby in the past add to the pubs character. The staff are polite and friendly to locals and new face's alike. The beer garden has recently been concreted which has provided ample space for outside seating and a sheltered smoking area. With the flower pots and the hanging baskets and the steam train rolling by an afternoon in this beer garden is quite glorious. The sign outside states families welcome and i couldn't agree more. The lager and the beer are top class but the star of the has to be the guest beer's. A new landlord took over the pub late 2008 and since then has been going from strength to strength. Weather you want to watch football, play pool or just have a pint in a traditional pub the Bridge will cater for all. I have also been informed that they will be serving food staring mid may 2010 so if you happen to be in the area i would strongly recommend visiting.
jonnywev - 1 May 2010 23:28
Fairly basic drink-hole wedged between road, river and railway. One dark bar, a small lounge area with pool table, plasma TV, wooden walls and conservatory-feel, like some chav's wet-dream. The 'beer garden' is a rough concreted yard. Money has ben spent but to no happy end; maybe they plan to pave it properly and put some planters out; they should - it would make a world of difference. View from same at low tide is of mud and rusty railway bridge girders. Says it's family friendly; I wouldn't bring my ankle-biters here. I was well thirsty and appreciative of the OK pint of real John Smiths but didn't linger and don't advise that you do.
strongarm - 26 Jul 2009 22:29

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