Top 5 pubs near great walks

You don’t need us to tell you that Yorkshire is great walking country. Combine it with a great place to eat and you have the makings of a perfect day out. There are plenty to choose from, but here are five...

Blog: Yorkshire gin is making a comeback

I love a good gin and tonic. It is the drink I head for at the end of the day when I need a cool, tastebud reviver. It is great as a sundowner, even if there is no sun, and it is essential when flying because, unless you can manage a business class ticket, the wine selection will probably be awful, so it is best to drink gin.
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Fleece Inn, Haworth

Either Haworth’s high street’s got steeper or I’m less fit than I was. I’m pretty sure it’s the former. Either way, the Fleece is half way up the cobbles and the perfect place to draw breath, take in...
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The Windmill, Thorne

Just as many other communities a century ago, a town the size of Thorne would have needed a good local mill to grind the corn that made its daily bread. Sadly, there are very few that are still working today,...