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The Board Inn, Lealholm - pub details

Address: Village Green, Lealholm, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2AJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27745) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lealholm (0.2 miles), Glaisdale (1.9 miles), Kildale (3 miles)

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Arncliffe Arms, Glaisdale (1.8 miles)

user reviews of the Board Inn, Lealholm

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Delighted this pub was open at 10:50am, as I had 8 miles of moorland grimness to walk.

Old school pub, with decent Black Sheep and very friendly staff.

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Mappiman - 18 Apr 2018 22:29
Visited after a long walk around Great Fryup Dale, and found this to be very welcoming. The friendly landlady/barmaid offered three real ales, several ciders and even some of the beers from a recent beer festival which had not been sold at a knock down price. Good pints were drunk in a good atmosphere, alongside a large cast iron fireplace which made the place warm.
Great location in the centre of the village, next to a bridge which spans the river.
Certainly worth a visit if you find yourself in this corner of the North Yorkshire Moors.
SouthYorkshireman - 21 Apr 2012 18:52
Beautiful location, full appreciation of which was somewhat spoiled by the pub's placing of a smelly hen-run next to the decking-balcony-beergarden by the river (which decking & tables thereon they could keep cleaner by the way). Why was there a huge amplifier in the middle of the bar floor? Unclear. Details, details. Beer (Black Sheep) in very good nick. Food tasted and looked good, but this is a not-cheap place to eat; 5 for a doorstep sarnie of home-cured ham may be fair value for quality grub and the 9 rabbit casserole looked good, but (though unseen) 7 for cheese and biscuits feels like taking the 'pease' - unless you get a whole cheese; there are very poncey places in W1 that charge less. Recommended but they should pay attention to housekeeping and not lose sight of reality on the charging.
strongarm - 26 Jul 2009 22:15
A beautiful pub, 1700s, in a beautiful setting, close beside a rolling stream and in the heart of a quiet village. A walkers pub, very welcoming, good beers and food for all. Not to mention a large outside seating area. Cracking
alistair_cross - 23 Jan 2006 10:53

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