Yorkshire has an array of different beer gardens, which provide the perfect place to meet friends and family or just enjoy a relaxing drink after work. These are 11 of the best beer gardens in Yorkshire.
Headrow House has a roof terrace which hosts regular arts and music events.
Although the roof terrace may not be a traditional beer garden, it still draws hundreds of customers in daily throughout the spring and summer period.
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The Fleece Inn is located in Halifax, close to the the Calder Valley. Their tiled patio beer garden is modern, has plenty of seating and provides a splendid panorama of the local area.
Located in the Chapel Allerton area of Leeds, the Mustard Pot boasts a large, well-presented beer garden. It even has a covered area just in case the temperamental British weather quickly turns to rain.
This pub has a well-presented, scenic beer garden with an abundance of plants and flowers and is a great place to relax on a warm, sunny day. Dogs are also welcome, providing theyre kept on leads.
Located in the Woodmansey area of East Yorkshire, this pub has a large beer garden which is a great place to relax in the sunshine.
Located on Barugh Lane in Barnsley, this cosy pub has a good sized beer garden, which is a great place to enjoy the spring and summer sun.
This quaint pub is located in the small North Yorkshire village of Levisham and boasts a spacious beer garden filled with greenery and provides a great place to soak up the sun.
If you just want a drink there is a good sized bar area which is still for drinkers and if you want the best beer garden in Yorkshire go and sit by the river in the back garden on warm summer's evening, it's bliss.
Located on Main Street in Gilling East, The Fairfax Arms boasts an idyllic beer garden. Situated next to a running stream, this peaceful beer garden is a great place to spend a spring or summer afternoon.
This countryside pub is nestled within the tranquil North York Moors National Park. The beer garden is to the rear of the pub and has fantastic views overlooking the North Sea.
As the name suggests, this pub is located at the University of Sheffield and provides a great meeting place for students. This real ale pub has a tiled bar, a conservatory and large, leafy beer garden.