The Blue Bell Inn, Old Ellerby

Dating from at least the late 18th century, the Blue Bell Inn was owned in 1823 by shoemaker Ralph Barchard.

Today, the Blue Bell is a traditional village inn with active darts and dominoes teams. The inn does not serve food but specialises in keeping a changing range of hand pulled real ales.

The inn also boasts a vine shaded beer garden, open fires, a games room and a bowling green.

Opening Hours: Closed all day Monday and Thursday. Tuesday & Wednesday 7.00 pm - 11.30 pm. Friday  & Saturday 7.00 pm - 12.00 midnight. Sunday  12 noon - 6.00 pm and 8.00 pm - 11.00 pm.

 Telephone: 01964 562364

The Gardeners Country Inn

Situated just off the A165, between Coniston and Skirlaugh, “The Gardeners” started life as a barn on Oubrough Manor Farm. It was then converted into an intimate bistro restaurant “Le Beaujolais”.

Today, the inn has been considerably extended and modernised to offer bar and restaurant facilities together with a large beer garden, separate children’s play area and a function room (licensed for civil weddings). Accommodation is available in the adjacent lodges.

Opening Hours: Open daily from noon until at least 30 minutes after the kitchen closes. Food served Monday to Saturday: Noon - 9.00 pm. Sunday: Noon - 8.00 pm.

FSA Hygiene Rating: 5


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The Railway Inn, New Ellerby

Opened around 1870 as the Railway Tavern, this inn was a stone’s throw from the railway station. In 1871, it was owned by Helen Grassby. In 1892, and then known as the Railway Hotel, it was owned by Joseph Barnes.

Today, the Railway Inn has been much modernised and extended. The car park occupies the space that was once a terrace of cottages. “The Railway” specialises in serving meals in the large bar and Sidings Restaurant.

Opening Hours: Monday: Closed. Tuesday to Thursday: Noon - 2.00 pm & 5.00 pm - 8.30 pm. Friday & Saturday: Noon - 2.00 pm & 5.00 pm - 9.00 pm. Sunday & Bank Holidays: Noon - 7.30 pm.

FSA Hygiene Rating: 5



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