Cross Keys (tel 01377 288272)
We welcome you to The Cross Keys, an award winning small village pub nestling in the valleys of the Yorkshire Wolds dating back to at least 1851.
We have been recognised by CAMRA for many years-including Pub of the Season in 2012.
We serve cask Tetleys permanently – a bit of a rarity these days – and two other guest ales which vary but tend to be Yorkshire brews because Yorkshire seems to produce an awful lot of quality and varied beer!
Bar meals with a difference are served daily; lunchtime and evening. Vegetarians are catered for.
Come and enjoy yourself in front of the log fire.
Children below 14 are welcome in the Beer Garden. Accommodation is available in our own bed and breakfast facilities.
You might be interested in an article about us in the Daily Telegraph
- Monday-Thursday: 6.00pm-11.00pm. (Food 6.30pm – 9.00pm)
- Friday-Saturday: Lunch 12.00-3.00pm., Evening 6.00pm-11.00pm. (Food 12.00 – 2.00pm, 6.30pm – 9.00pm)
- Sunday: Lunch 12.00-3.00pm, Evening 7.00pm-10.30pm. (Food 12.00 – 2.15pm, 7.00pm – 9.00pm)
Takeaway service can be negotiated.
Steve and Mary Anstey and Paddy Clooney (Mary’s Brother) took on the pub in 1986.
Paddy was the landlord until his retirement from the business in 2011 when Steve took over that role.
Our intention from the start was that The Cross Keys Inn is a village pub which serves food and not a restaurant which serves beer and also that this was a life style choice (VERY 1980s!) and so the pub is also our home as well as our livelihood.
Please refer to the page in the History section.