Pub of the Week: Centurion Arms, Brough

The rapid increase in new-build housing in Brough over the past decade or so has left the town lacking in drinking dens and so the recent appearance of micropub the Centurion Arms has proven a much-needed fillip for local sensation seekers.

Pub of the Week: The Cook

The Cook, as it’s known locally, sits solidly at the top of the vertiginous bank that drops down into the historic, quirky fishing village of Staithes; once it was the Station Hotel which serviced the Whitby, Redcar and Middlesbrough Union Railway. The trains ran over the now dismantled Staithes Viaduct.

Pub of the Week: Shoulder of Mutton

Anyone visiting Hebden Bridge will, at some point, find themselves in St George’s Square. There are so many tempting retail possibilities you’ll need a sit down, and the Shoulder, or Bottom Shoulder, as local folk have it, is the perfect place to recharge your batteries.

Pub of the Week: The Museum

It’s a curious little place, half-tucked away with a snicket that heads toward the cathedral on one side, and a shopping precinct on t’other. In a fairly recent refurbishment, the interior has been given...

Pub of the Week: The Arcade Alehouse

Once upon a time, it was a shop dedicated to cake decorating. Now, it is the latest addition to the celebration of real ales and ciders in these parts, and it is fair to say that the Arcade Alehouse has been garlanded with praise by those in the know