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The Moors Inn has been trading as a pub since the 17th Century, and the barns & outbuildings were sympathetically converted in 2004 to provide accommodation in a choice of en-suite twin or double rooms.

The Village of Appleton-le-moors, lesser known than it's neighbours Hutton-le-hole and Lastingham is one of the few villages in the UK which retains it's medieval layout, with one main street and two back lanes, one of which you can access through our back garden, please close the gate to keep the invading sheep out! There were formerly two pubs, The New Inn (next door) and The Blue Boar (now the Moors) but the Moors Inn now stands alone offering Yorkshire hospitality.

There is always a friendly welcome waiting for you here, from us & our staff, and we hope you will return time and time again to see us. There's lots to do in the local area, you'll never run out of something new to see whether you want total peace & quiet or an active adventure! See our website, or info boxes in the pub for links to local attractions and events.

Our food is traditional, and we aim for the highest quality, everything we serve is homemade on the premises. Our Chefs are passionate about sourcing the finest local fresh vegetables and salad and our local farmers and gamekeepers keep us supplied with Yorkshire meat. Please ask if you have any allergies or require a half portion, as most dishes can be adapted to suit.

Jonathan and Katie Sharp (proprietors)

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North Yorkshire
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