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The Moors Inn, Appleton-le-Moors - pub details

Address: Headlands Road, Appleton-le-Moors, North Yorkshire Moors, North Yorkshire, YO62 6TF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40999) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of the Moors Inn, Appleton-le-Moors

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Late 18th century pub that is decorated in a smart country casual style. The Yorkshire Heart Ghost Porter was good, also on sale were Farmer's Blonde and Timothy Taylor Boltmaker. Would have been happy to spend more time here.
paul_d102 - 6 Oct 2020 18:12
The Moors Inn is a world away from where we had started our day to the west of York. It's located in a delightful village on the moors, which seems to have a much larger population of sheep than people. They graze on the verges in front of the houses on the main street. It's unsurprising that the pub sign features sheep. We ate here and continued the sheep theme by ordering the Trio of Lamb, which was very enjoyable. There is clearly a focus on dining and we were lucky that they managed to squeeze us in. There are 3 rooms and they are all used for diners. But, there were some drinkers at the bar and real ale is clearly popular with locals discussing what was coming next with the barman. The regular ale is Bradfield Farmer's Blonde. Guests were Thwaite's Wainwright & Lincolnshire Craft Best Bitter. I opted for the latter. A delightful pub in lovely surroundings.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2019 12:45
stayed here as part of a walking weekend over the moors.

the pub is lovely, charming from the outside in its rural yorkshire stone style, inside theres lots of beams and a really nice metal fire/oven/arga thing kicking out some warmth. the pub was staffed by a young lad who was such a great guy. very friendly and welcoming. three local ales on tap, i really enjoyed a few pints of the 'prickly back' from the great newsome brewery.

we ate in the restaurant area, and the food was amazing. lovely hearty portions of excellent food. i had a hare pie which was perfect, and my partner the lasagne also excellent, the chips were perfect, the gravy thick and rich. and all for a very very reasonable price. great all round.

the hotel is also really nice. it's not he hilton, but the its so much more charming and homely than the hilton. very comfy beds, clean rooms and bathrooms, perfect. the full english breakfast that was included was as good as dinner the night beofre. delicious.
CHELSEA_on_tour - 2 Dec 2013 11:06
Food based pub in a pretty moors village but also welcoming if you just want a pint or two. Only Black Sheep or Timothy Taylors on offer but both well kept. Dog friendly too
becked - 18 Jul 2011 13:09

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