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The Aldwark Arms


The Aldwark Arms is a family-owned pub-restaurant, extensively renovated in 2009 and nestling in the heart of the pretty village of Aldwark in the Vale of York. There is something for everyone – a fine dining restaurant, a traditional bar, outside seating, special offers on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, monthly wine tasting dinners and a large car park.

In the bar you can find hand pulled beers, freshly prepared bar meals based on local Yorkshire produce as well as a good range of wines and spirits. The roaring fire is a big attraction in the winter as is the large kitchen garden terrace for outdoor eating or drinking in the summer.

The restaurant is based on seasonal British food freshly prepared daily from the best locally sourced produce. The à la carte menu changes monthly and is supplemented by a small number of daily specials on the blackboards. Great value deals including a free bottle of wine are available via the Monday-Tuesday Special menu and on Wednesday’s Steak Night.

The carefully selected wine list offers 20 red and 20 whites plus a good selection of sparkling and rosé with quality house wines at affordable prices that are also available by the glass. For those interested in food and wine there is a monthly Wine Tasting Dinner which is a great way to learn about different wines as well as enjoying a mouth-watering tasting menu.

The village of Aldwark is 10 miles north of York and close to the historic market towns of Easingwold and Boroughbridge.


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Tel: 01347 838324





Lunch 12:00-2:00pm Tues - Sun

Dinner 6:00-8:30 Tues-Sat


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Easingwold Tourist Information
Chapel Lane
YO61 3AE
Tel 01347 821530
Fax 01347 821530

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It's a fact

Ernest Broad, an exceptional Easingwold pilot in the last war, showed his prowess by flying Spitfires upside down along Long Street on occasions!

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