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These are 12 of the oldest pubs in Yorkshire

Yorkshire is known globally for its historic settings and idyllic countryside.

But did you know it is also known for its love of a good pub? Many are still standing that date back hundreds of years, and all help form the rich tapestry that is the history of this great county.

With a history that can be traced back to 1540, The Chequers Inn is a true traditional pub with delicious locally sourced menu and a variety of regional ales.

1. Chequers Inn, Ledsham

With a history that can be traced back to 1540, The Chequers Inn is a true traditional pub with delicious locally sourced menu and a variety of regional ales.
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Recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest pub in Britain, The Bingley Arms is rich in history and has all of the traditional charm you'd expect from a period building.

2. Bingley Arms, Bardsey

Recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest pub in Britain, The Bingley Arms is rich in history and has all of the traditional charm you'd expect from a period building.
Dan Oxtoby
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Dating back to 1530, The Sun Inn is believed to be the oldest pub in Beverley and the East Riding.

3. The Sun Inn, Beverley

Dating back to 1530, The Sun Inn is believed to be the oldest pub in Beverley and the East Riding.
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Nestled in the village of Hardraw on the outskirts of Hawes, this charming inn dates back to the 13th century and while it has been lovingly restored, it still maintains some of its original features.

4. Green Dragon, Hardraw

Nestled in the village of Hardraw on the outskirts of Hawes, this charming inn dates back to the 13th century and while it has been lovingly restored, it still maintains some of its original features.
Gerard Binks
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