15 of the most stunningly scenic Yorkshire pubs

Fancy your pint with unrivalled views of Yorkshire's gorgeous landscapes?

Pubs in Yorkshire

Whether you'd like to escape to the countryside or nurse a drink in one of Yorkshire's historical towns and cities, these pubs have some of the best scenery in the county.

A charming pub serving food alongside drink, the Fountaine Inn sits in the picture-postcard village of Linton-in-Craven, with seats outdoors perfect for watching village life go by.

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If you want to take a peek at the stunning Hardraw Force in the Yorkshire Dales, youll have to pass through this pub first - so might as well enjoy an ale here before or after your trip.
A hardy pub protecting drinkers from the wrath of the North Sea, The Cod and Lobster sits on the harbour in Staithes, a picturesque North Yorkshire seaside village. Sit outside on a warm day or huddle up next to the fire in winter.
Though it might not look like much from the outside, The Habit has one of the best beer gardens in York. It's on the roof and boasts breathtaking views of York Minster.
Perhaps the only Yorkshire pub where you can watch the Northern Lights with your pint, the Tan Hill Inn is also the highest pub in Britain with incredible countryside views.
Another pub in a quaint Yorkshire village, The Horseshoe sits among the North York Moors, with surrounding views of the rolling hills accompanied by the North Yorkshire Moors steam trains.
The White Lion in the small hamlet of Cray is simple with a gorgeous rustic feel and a babbling stream. Theres plenty of space for sitting outside in warmer weather.
Moving away from the North Yorkshire Moores, the Three Acres Inn can be found on the edge of the Pennines and is set against the austere yet beautiful countryside.
For really outstanding pub views, you cant go far wrong with the Wellington Inn, which sits in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its a traditional stone building with a cosy interior.
The Bridge Inn sits right by the pretty river Swale in the village of Grinton, making it a gorgeous spot to stop for a drink. It serves food and offers rooms too.
Just outside of York, The Agar Arms in Warthill looks onto a beautiful duck pond with the village church also in view. It's a quaint place to unwind with a drink.
Visit the Falcon Inn in Arncliffe if you want to feel like youve stepped back in time, with ale served straight from the cask. It has lovely village views and is CAMRA approved.
Located near Whitby in Goldsborough, The Fox and Hounds is a pretty, traditional pub with views of the nearby sea.
This 16th century inn which sits in the picturesque Wharfdale has a romantic beer garden with unrivalled country views. It has a good selection of ales and serves up food.
This family-friendly pub in Whitby has great views of the seaside town's lovely harbour. It's a great spot to sit with a pint and digest those fish and chips.