The 100 Most recently updated pubs selling Real Ale
in the Cleveland CAMRA branch area




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Alitheo Bar, Norton, TS20 2QQ

Greek themed bar reopened in June 2018 under a new licensee after an extensive refurbishment serving 2 guest real ales.
Tel. (01642) 956357



Updated: 2018-06-12
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Dr Phil's Real Ale House, Middlesbrough, TS5 6DY

Neatly adapted from shop premises, this micropub, owned by Matt Power, a local brewer, offers guests three beers as well as cider, perry, cold snacks, tea/coffee and wine. Set in a pleasant urban village, seating 30, it provides chess, draughts, cards and dominoes plus books supporting the Great North Air Ambulance. As well as the pub's own website, the beers that are available are also updated on Facebook.
Tel. 07883 072389
Website: http://www.drphilsrealalehouse.co.uk



Updated: 2018-06-06
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Duke of Cleveland, Hartlepool Headland, TS24 0ND

Wonderful historic Grade II building saved from rack and ruin by current owners, two brothers who refurbished the building themselves. What started as a hobby has turned into a labour of love. Original features have been retained such that the interior is worthy of inclusion in CAMRA's inventory of pubs, with its historic interior of national importance. Regular bands feature for which there is a small cover charge, and that includes two free pints. The Headland Folk Club meets on the first and third Friday's. Good value home cooked pub food hours have been recently extended to include lunch and dinner, as well as all day availability on Fri, Sat and Sun. The beer available changes, and thus will not always be Strongarm. See website for winter hours.
Tel. (01429) 864415
Website: http://www.thedukeofcleveland.co.uk



Updated: 2018-06-06
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Witching Post Inn, Egton, YO21 1TZ

Following a closure of 3 years, this Grade II listed building reopened in December 2017 under a brand new team. Cosy country pub, with a real fire, and with the real beer offerings being two regulars from Theakstons and a guest beer. Food is available daily and a Sunday Carvery is also served. Accessible by bus from Whitby. The pub is also accessible from Egton Railway Station, which is located at Egton Bridge, but which requires a 1450 metre, (just under a mile), climb up a very steep hill, but obviously the return trip to the railway station is less exhausting.
Tel. (01947) 89553
Website: http://www.Witchingpost.co.uk



Updated: 2018-06-06
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Whitby & District Rifle Club, Whitby, YO21 3EW

Friendly club where the club bar can be used by the general public - visitors are very welcome to purchase drinks at the bar.
Tel. (01947) 603808
Website: http://www.whitbyrifleclub.co.uk



Updated: 2018-06-03
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Smiths Arms, Carlton, TS21 1EA

Located at the centre of this rural village, in the north-western outskirts of Stockton, and where a strong community spirit continues to prevail. The Smiths is a typical late-Victorian pub, recently refurbished, and which manages to satisfy both drinkers and diners alike. With a new licensee since December 2017, there is now a renewed emphasis on real beer. One handpull is devoted to Camerons Strongarm, and the two other handpulls to guest beers, often sourced locally. The pub remains one of the few in the area to have retained a separate public bar, whilst the restaurant, converted from the original blacksmith's workshop, offers good value quality food, including specials on Mon / Tue / Thu. There are real fires throughout. It has large beer garden at rear. Check winter opening hours to avoid a wasted journey.
Tel. (01740) 630471
Website: http://www.smithsarmspub.co.uk/



Updated: 2018-05-31
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Old West Quay, Hartlepool, TS24 0YG

Typical Whitbread's PremierInn establishment, including a Brewers Fayre and Costa Coffee. Main selling point is its location, it being set in an ideal position within the inner harbour. Close to Hartlepool's Maritime Experience and museum.
Tel. (01429) 890115
Website: https://www.brewersfayre.co.uk/pub-restaurant/County-Durham/Old-West-Quay-Hartlepool



Updated: 2018-05-28
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Isaac Wilson, Middlesbrough, TS1 1SF

This popular pub is named after a 19th-century railway industry magnate, who was a company director of the world's first public railway, the Stockton & Darlington. The Isaac was a Wetherspoon conversion of the former law courts and. no doubt, more familiar to some than others. It comprises one long bar serving a large single room with walls adorned with photographs of old Middlesbrough. In November 2017, after a short period of closure, new owners took over and continued with, more or less, the same underlying theme, but without having the bar adorned with the former owner's national brands.
Tel. (01642) 247708



Updated: 2018-05-23
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Chairman, Middlesbrough, TS1 2LL

Opened on 24/3/16, this conversion of two terraced houses is a one room open plan pub with an open kitchen to the rear. Décor is bare brick walls with rustic wooden panelling and brushed steel. Seating comprises of a mixture of comfy bench seats, brushed steel seats and stools. Nibbles, light bites, burgers etc. are available.
Tel. 07789 277364



Updated: 2018-05-20
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Georgian Theatre, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1AT

This oldest surviving Georgian Theatre in the country began life in 1766 as a touring house on the northern circuit of theatres. After falling into disuse in the 19th century and later a sweet factory in the 1950’s, the building was handed over to what is now Tees Music Alliance in 1993, a charitable not for profit organisation operated for the benefit of the community. With support from the Heritage Fund the Grade ll listed theatre has been fully refurbished and expanded to now include a public bar with tasteful décor in keeping with the style of the Georgian Theatre.
Tel. (01642) 606525
Website: http://www.georgiantheatre.co.uk



Updated: 2018-05-20
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Saltburn Conservative & Unionist Club, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, TS12 1AS

Friendly members' club with a cheery welcome from behind the bar. Admission is formally restricted to members and their guests and Association of Conservative Clubs' affiliated members. However, non-members can be signed in by any club member though regular visitors are expected to become club members. Two real beers are normally served, often from Yorkshire and Cumbrian breweries. The Cons has a very comfortable bar and lounge. In addition, there is also a library room and a function room. There is a pleasant garden and an area for smokers. Regular Appalachian music evenings are hosted in the lounge. Card carrying CAMRA members receive a 30 pence discount on each pint. Local CAMRA branch runner up as Club of the Year 2018, and goes forward as a contender for the Yorkshire Regional Club of the Year competition.
Tel. (01287) 622473



Updated: 2018-05-20
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3 Rivers Bar & Coffee Lounge, Ingleby Barwick, TS17 5AA

Opened in June 2017 and named after the Rivers Leven, Tees and Bassleton Beck that border the community where it is located, this small one roomed bar is situated in a new shopping area. Minimalist decor with a mixture of comfortable bench seating, metal chairs, stools and wooden tables plus seating outside. As the name implies, tea/coffee, pastries and savoury food available including breakfast snacks between 9am-11am. NB - Alcoholic drinks are only served from 11am.
Tel. (01642) 262162



Updated: 2018-05-16
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Bottled Note, Middlesbrough, TS1 3AA

Another of many micropubs just south on the centre, and which is now approaching its 2nd birthday. One half of this this double fronted Victorian terrace house is a micropub during the day, and which then doubles up in size during the evenings, when the other half opens, to also feature a cocktail and wine bar. There is also a function room. Four handpumps feature the house beer, Bottled Note IPA, brewed by 3 Brothers using American and New Zealand hops, while a stout or porter is also always served. A wide selection of of bottled beers are also available. Within walking distance of the football ground.
Tel. (01642) 644214



Updated: 2018-05-16
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Infant Hercules, Middlesbrough, TS1 2LS

Opened in March 2015 and one of several micro-pubs within what was the town's 'solicitors quarter', all within a stone's throw of each other, and located in parallel streets of substantial Victorian terraced houses just south of the main shopping precinct and north of the University campus. Handy for the Law Courts. Named after Gladstone's description of the town in 1862, after he had witnessed the expansion of the local steel making and ship building industries, all now sadly departed. Three third pint tasting trays are available. Local CAMRA branch 2017 Pub of the Season and 2018 Pub of the Year for N. Yorks, and so goes forward as the Branch's representative to the Yorkshire Regional Pub of the Year competition.
Tel. 07980 321626



Updated: 2018-05-16
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Black Bull, Yarm, TS15 9BH

Much extended popular traditional High Street pub that has recently (March 2018) had a makeover both inside and outside. The substantial heated patio and garden that stretches down to the river, has been revamped with the addition of VIP shelters. Attracting clientele from far and wide, good value food available all day though can get particularly busy at weekends.
Tel. (01642) 791251
Website: http://www.theblackbullyarm.co.uk



Updated: 2018-05-15
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Ketton Ox, Yarm, TS15 9AU

Part grade II listed late 17th Century Inn on Yarm's High Street and named after a famous Ox bred near Darlington. This Inn at one time was noted for cock fighting
Tel. (01642) 788311
Website: http://www.kettonoxyarm.co.uk



Updated: 2018-05-14
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Osbournes, Yarm, TS15 9AE

Formerly the Green Tree, this pub re-opened in December 2009, following a major refurbishment, with a new name. The original brick walls and wooden floor are now exposed, giving the pub a rustic feel.
Tel. (01642) 801012



Updated: 2018-05-14
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Union Arms, Yarm, TS15 9AH

Pleasant, grade II listed, narrow pub in the centre of the High Street offering real ale with 10% discount for CAMRA members, food, three large plasma screens a beer garden and outside smoking area.
Tel. (01642) 782326
Website: http://www.union-arms-pub.co.uk



Updated: 2018-05-14
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Brewery Tap, Hartlepool, TS24 7QY

Also the Camerons Visitor Centre reception area and the former Stranton pub with three cask ales available, normally Strongarm, together with either Gold Bullion or IPA. Currently there are 16 'monthly' specials, one of which is always available. Brewery tours between 11.30 and 2. Open evenings by arrangement. At the NE corner of the Tap, and at the opposite end to the car park, is a Grade ll listed bollard with the markings Hans Town 1878 and to the south is Stranton All Saints Church, possibly of Saxon origin. Ideal place for a drink before Pools' home games on Saturdays.
Tel. (01429) 868686
Website: http://www.cameronsbrewery.com



Updated: 2018-05-09
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Black Horse, Whitby, YO22 4BH

Little gem, a Grade ll listed pub dating from the 1600s located on the right hand side of cobbled Church Street as you head towards the Abbey near the old market square where public whippings of thieves and beggars once took place. The front bar tends to get crowded, so you can go down the alley beside the pub and into the back bar. Offering five ever changing cask ales from the Punch list, as well as a craft-keg offering. Real cider, Belgian beer, both bottled and on draught, as well as a range of speciality bottled cider. An ever increasing range of tapas is available, with four or five different varieties of olives, a selection of Yorkshire cheeses and a range of seafood nibbles.
Tel. (01947) 602906
Website: http://www.the-black-horse.com



Updated: 2018-05-06
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Fleece Inn, Whitby, YO22 4AS

Solid traditional local pub standing alone on the East bank of the Esk easily found when heading towards the new bridge. Unaltered public bar, comfortable lounge, centrally-served, together with pool table all complete with an outside smokery providing superb shipping and river views
Tel. (01947) 603649



Updated: 2018-05-06
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Horseshoe Hotel, Egton Bridge, YO21 1XE

Charming grade II listed unique and unspoilt country inn dates back to the 18th set deep in the Esk Valley North Yorkshire serving excellent real ales. High quality food using local ingredients, outside seating on picnic tables in the beautiful grounds, bed and breakfast available. All only a short walk from Egton station.
Tel. (01947) 895245
Website: http://www.egtonbridgehotel.co.uk



Updated: 2018-05-06
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Station Inn, Whitby, YO21 1DH

Cleveland Camra Pub of the year 2011, Pub of the Season Spring 2010, and regular Good Beer Guide entry. Licensees Andrew Waller and Colin Stonehouse have maintained excellent beer quality with up to eight real beers available, typically those of York Brewery, Durham, Ossett, Daleside and North Yorkshire along with a real cider. Live entertainment Wednesday Friday Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Tel. (01947) 603937
Website: http://www.stationinnwhitby.co.uk



Updated: 2018-05-06
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Waiting Room, Whitby, YO21 1YN

Whitby's smallest, newest and first micropub aims to provide a safe and enjoyable alternative night out. No lager nor spirits, no jukeboxes nor TV. Dogs are welcome. Meet up, chat and drink good beers and ciders without being bombarded by technology and noise. The six-yards-square pub gets busy at times, so please do not be disappointed if you cannot even get in! Local CAMRA branch 2017 Cider Pub of the Year and now also 2017 Spring Pub of the Season.
Tel. (01947) 821640
Website: http://www.bartrove.com/bar/1672069279722427/The+Waiting+Room



Updated: 2018-05-06
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Whitby Brewery Tap, Whitby, YO22 4JR

New brewery tap in the Brewery's new premises, standing in the shadow and ruins of Whitby Abbey, overlooking the North Sea. A selection of Whitby Brewery's beers are on handpull in their newly opened brewery tap. You can park your car close by, but it is also well worth climbing the 199 Abbey steps to get there. During summer the Brewery and Tap can also be accessed using the Whitby Town Tour Bus. But do not be worried if you are concerned about actually getting in. Though there's only room for about eight people, when it gets full, drinkers just overflow into the brewery itself, or drink in the pleasant outdoor courtyard. Five handpumps, serving a selection of Whitby's six beers and an occasional guest beer are on sale. A door leads into the brewery viewing area where you can get a good look at the brewery.
Tel. (01947) 228871
Website: https://www.whitby-brewery.com/



Updated: 2018-05-06
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Bay Royal Hotel, Whitby, YO21 3HT

One guest real ale is on handpump in the public bar at the corner of East Terrace and North Terrace. This bar is open to non-residents. You go in through the reception on East Terrace and then turn right.
Tel. (01947) 602234



Updated: 2018-04-28
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Gypsy Rover, Redcar, TS10 1DU

Opened in December 2015, this micro pub was previously an Insurance company office in its former life. Besides the two real beers, a good selection of real ciders are also served. Quiz every Tuesday evening. Recently voted as Cleveland CAMRA local branch Cider pub of the year for N. Yorks, and thus goes forward as the Branch's representative to the 2018 Yorkshire Regional Cider Pub of the Year competition
Tel. (01642) 481837



Updated: 2018-04-28
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Redcar Central Hotel, Redcar, TS10 3DU

Refurbished following a 16 month closure and re-opened in April, 2018. Large bar on a corner at the West end of the High Street built 1845 reputedly haunted, reported sightings of a Victorian girl, a little girl that runs around the building and a man dressed in railway uniform close to the King Edward VII coronation clock and the site of the original Redcar railway station.
Tel. (01642) 278408
Website: http://redcarcentralhotel.com



Updated: 2018-04-28
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Rita's Pantry, Redcar, TS10 3AA

Amusement arcade transformed in November 2015 into the town's first micro-pub. Located on the sea front across the road from The Beacon, Redcar's vertical pier. Serves four real ales, ciders, world beers and wine, as well as bar snacks. Last Thursday of every month there is an acoustic music night, General Knowledge Quiz every Wednesday evening and Music Quiz Sunday evening from 8pm. Hosts other social events, e.g. Belgium beer nights. Pub gets rave reviews on social media.
Tel. 07739 392822



Updated: 2018-04-28
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Go-Between, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1LH

Converted from a former shop and opened in March 2018, this new addition to the Stockton micropub scene is named after the book of the same name by L. P. Hartley. A true sized micropub, with wooden décor featuring throughout, comprising an eclectic mix of wooden tables, chairs and pews. In keeping with the literary theme, one wall is adorned with a ladder doubling as a bookcase while the other walls have framed quotations from classic novels. Four real beers are served, generally sourced from LOCALE breweries.
Tel. 07738 188486



Updated: 2018-04-24
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Porky Pint, Billingham, TS23 1HF

Opened in December 2016, this uniquely named, bright, modern two roomed micro pub lives up to its name and represents a refreshing change to the traditionally accepted micro pub theme. Four real beers are served supplemented with hot pork, beef and turkey sandwiches, together with pigs-in-blankets, roast potatoes, gravy and stuffing, as well as a dessert board. The four real beers are served on a rotating guest basis, with Cameron's, Timothy Taylor's, Bradfield's and McColls' beers featuring recently. Private parties can be catered for in the small back room, and which can probably accommodate about 20 people. Impressive Sunday lunches are available 12 - 4. The large outdoor patio area catches the sun throughout the day time and evening. Closed Mondays.
Tel. 07786 076738



Updated: 2018-04-24
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Bridge Inn, Ruswarp, YO21 1NJ

Unspoilt friendly local with an old fashioned traditional feel offering food, real ales, pool, darts, outside seating and a picture display of Ruswarp's and Whitby's past. Situated alongside the railway next to the River Esk and very close to EVR station. The Bridge has a High Water mark in the bar referring to the 1947 floods. Note: There is a 'To Let' sign outside the pub. The most recent tenants left in the middle of March, and, after the pub closed for a few days, it is currently now opening from Tuesday to Saturday, from 1700 - 2300. However, it would be worth checking that, not only is the pub open, but that there is a real beer available before making a wasted journey. Any updates will be greatly appreciated.
Tel. (01947) 602780



Updated: 2018-04-19
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Fishermans Arms, Hartlepool Headland, TS24 0JJ

Opened in 1868 The Fish, a warm, dog friendly, one roomed traditional pub, close to the Fish Quay, is now privately owned. Up to five locally sourced beers are served plus one real cider in summer, and during their beer festivals. A popular music venue with live music on Saturday nights, an open mic night every Tuesday night with a free pint for playing and a monthly Bloozeburn on the last Wednesday of the month. Also a popular Sunday Quiz is held with a charity of the month raffle included. Two beer festivals are held annually, one at Easter and one over August Bank holiday weekend, details listed on the pubs Twitter / Facebook pages. Three thirds of a pint tasters are available. This pub is becoming increasingly popular. Please check winter opening hours, during which the choice of beers may be reduced.
Tel. 07847 208599



Updated: 2018-04-18
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Greenholme Catholic Club, Billingham, TS23 2RU

This Victorian mansion and former school, twice winners of the Cleveland CAMRA branch local Club of the Year, is a friendly private members' club, renowned locally for its vibrant RnB/rock scene, and where a genuine welcome awaits CAMRA members. Dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers ensure that the club's reputation for serving 150 different beers annually, continues. Three beers, two ciders and a perry are normally served, with up to 8 beers available during regular beer/music festivals, held during bank holiday weekends. Housed in a fine old building called Greenholme, once the residence of the Catholic priests and a former school, you will find a good choice of ales are readily available and you can buy a pint here without being a member or having to be of any religious faith to join the club. Other features include an extensive beer garden with covered decking area, regular weekend R & B/Blues, plus open Mic/Acoustic jam sessions every Thursday on rotation. Throw in challenging and interesting quizzes as a regular feature and there is little more you could ask for here in this unassuming, quaint little club. Memberships available on request. Noe local CAMRA Branch winner of the Jo Powell Commuity Shield for the best Community Pub of the Year 2017, and also Club of the Year 2015, 2016, 2017 and now 2018.
Tel. (01642) 901143
Website: http://www.billinghamcatholicclub.webs.com



Updated: 2018-04-18
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Hydes Bar, Norton, TS20 2RZ

Previously a family run Joinery & Builders Merchant yard for more than 50 years and before that a Blacksmiths, this micro pub which opened in December 2016, has been sensitively renovated and refurbished in keeping with the long history of the building. Some items on display were recovered during the restoration of the premises. There is a mixture of comfortable sofas, wooden tables and chairs with high stools at the bar and bi-folding doors onto the patio area. Old photographs are displayed on the brick walls including one of special interest located behind the bar that shows the premises when previously a Blacksmiths. You can imagine the horse and carts in the courtyard. Besides the four real ale pumps, four ciders are also served. A fine selection of gins are also available, including the Gin of the Week. The pub celebrated it's first birthday on December 7th, 2017. Can be hard to find. It's located between a Chinese take-away and Billy's sandwich shop near the roundabout at the south end of the High Street. Discount of 20 pence are given to card carrying CAMRA members on both halves and pints.
Tel. (01642) 550662



Updated: 2018-04-18
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Mad Alice's, Loftus, TS13 4PW

Micro Pub in Loftus opened 2017.
Tel. 07508 966610



Updated: 2018-04-18
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Rafferty's, Middlesbrough, TS1 2LF

New bar on Baker Street opened late 2017 wth 3 handpulls. Cocktail bar upstairs that opens at weekends.
Tel. (01642) 230777



Updated: 2018-04-18
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Windmill Inn, Stainsacre, YO22 4NT

Attractive pub in an attractive village with stone flags and a real fire near the cycle route and walkway to Whitby.
Tel. (01947) 602671



Updated: 2018-04-18
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Arncliffe Arms, Glaisdale, YO21 2QL

Pleasant, beamed, country pub on the Coast to Coast route offering real ales, food prepared from local seasonal ingredients, Bed & Breakfast, pool table and excellent views from the picnic benches to the rear.
Tel. (01947) 897555
Website: http://www.arncliffearms.com



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Board Inn, Lealholm, YO21 2AJ

Situated a short distance from the station, local shops, bakery and stepping stones crossing the River Esk, Yorkshire's only salmon-fishing river, this stone built 17th century free-house with fishing rights offers B & B, holiday cottage, locally sourced food including their own livestock and air-cured hams plus at least three real beers along with four ciders [one often organic]. Open from 0900. Local CAMRA Branch Community Pub of the Year 2015 and Cider Pub of the Year 2016.
Tel. (01947) 897279
Website: http://www.theboardinn.com



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Middle Earth Tavern, Whitby, YO22 4AE

To be found on Church Street via a short pleasant walk from the station this uniquely-named pub with low ceilings, bare brick walls a decision made after the flood, bric-a-brac and numerous references to Tolkiens fantastical world after which the pub is named overlooks the river Esk and offer various beers a sizeable lounge, pool room, will open until till two am so the party can go on if required, outside seating they also offer accommodation.
Tel. (01947) 606014
Website: http://www.middleearthtavernwhitby.com/



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Penny Hedge, Whitby, YO22 4NL

Marston's pub specialising in Rotisserie chicken, the rotisserie is in full view in the large seating area. Serves 4 real ales from the Marston's range. Plenty outside seating.
Tel. (01947) 661548
Website: http://www.pennyhedgepubwhitby.co.uk



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Plough Inn, Sleights, YO22 5EN

Unspoilt two roomed stone built pantiled grade ll listed pub on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors and on the Coast to Coast route. There are quite spectacular views across the Esk Valley from the beer garden at the rear, open fire to toast the toes, a wide range of home cooked food and three real ales guest beer each week. Buses; 840 Leeds - Whitby; 95, 96, 99 from Whitby.
Tel. (01947) 810412
Website: http://ploughinnsleights.co.uk/#/



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Postgate Inn, Egton Bridge, YO21 1UX

Beautiful Inn dating from 1860 with a lovely garden a few yards from the station [marked as Egton]. The Postgate, originally the Station Hotel, was renamed in honour of Father Nicholas Postgate, a Catholic Martyr who was hanged at York. The bar with a collection of jugs sports three hand-pumps currently serves Black Sheep Best Bitter and Adnams Broadside. Accommodation and high class food cooked to order reflecting the seasons also available.
Tel. (01947) 895241
Website: http://www.postgateinn.com



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Station Tavern, Grosmont, YO22 5PA

With up to three real ales on hand pump and handy for users of the Coast to Coast footpath this family- run pub in a fine stone building built in1836 situated on Front Street and as the name implies it is next to Grosmont Railway Station. Both the Northern Rail Middlesbrough to Whitby the Eskdale line and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway Grosmont and Pickering stop here. The pub has a bar and dining rooms and an outside patio area.
Tel. (01947) 895060
Website: http://www.stationtavern-grosmont.co.uk



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Wheatsheaf Inn, Egton, YO21 1TZ

Substantial Grade II listed stone-built English Inn of some character run by a very experienced landlord The Wheatsheaf is very well-regarded for the quality of its beer and renowned for its food. Games here include pool in a separate room plus external table-tennis and boules.
Tel. (01947) 895271
Website: http://www.wheatsheafegton.com



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Whitby Rugby Club, Whitby, YO21 3PB

Whitby Rugby Club 60 and still going on set in White Leys Road has John Smiths Cask permanently available. The members and guests consume so much that the brewery delivers the cask beer in kilderkins rather than firkins.
Tel. (01947) 602008
Website: http://www.whitbyrugbyclub.co.uk



Updated: 2018-04-10
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White House Hotel, Whitby, YO21 3JJ

Here you will find a good mix of locals and residents plenty of outside space with extensive open views over the golf course, Upgang Beach, Sandsend Wyke and the cliffs way beyond the bay Quiz nights and live music also feature here.
Tel. (01947) 600469
Website: http://www.whitehouse-whitby.com



Updated: 2018-04-10
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Bay Horse Inn, Hutton Rudby, TS15 0DA

Large country inn, situated close to the river Leven in a convenient spot for exploring this picturesque village and walks along the river. There is a spacious lounge area and a small bar at the side, and extensive beautifully planted gardens at the rear. This attractive pub/restaurant offers five real ales many of which are brewed on the premisis in the Bay microbrewery. There is no food available on Monday. Original beams and features have been retained, though some Victorian chap has scratched his name on the historic windows. Never noisy, this is a good place for a chat or dinner. The Bay is now the new home of Wainstones Brewery, and where Wainstones and Bay beers are now in full production.
Tel. (01642) 700252
Website: http://www.the-bay-horse.co.uk



Updated: 2018-04-01
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Falcon Inn, Hilton, TS15 9LB

Village pub with L-shaped bar and separate restaurant/dining area. Quality food served daily. General Knowledge Quiz on Mondays at 8.30 pm, Music & Entertainment Quiz on Sundays at 8.30 pm.
Tel. (01642) 592228
Website: http://thefalconhilton.pub



Updated: 2018-04-01
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Guns Bar, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, TS12 1DH

Small bar opened in December 2016. Four handpumps, one of them is used for cider.
Website: https://www.gunsbar.uk



Updated: 2018-04-01
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Station Hotel, Billingham, TS23 2RH

Large pub close to the old disused railway station with its distinctive signal box and iron bridge
Tel. (01642) 531817



Updated: 2018-04-01
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Crown Hotel, Kirklevington, TS15 9LT

Very comfortable local with two rooms and a pleasant atmosphere previously known as The Crown Inn and over the intervening years much altered, the publican of this establishment was also often the village blacksmith
Tel. (01642) 780044
Website: http://www.thecrownkirklevington.uk



Updated: 2018-03-31
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Station Hotel, Picton, TS15 0AE

Situated on Long Lane close to the old railway station built by the Leeds Northern Railway in 1852 and closed to passengers in 1960 (now a private residence) at the junction of the long removed Battersby line and the Stockton Northallerton line. The Station Hotel (none residential) has a beer garden, adjacent playground, open fire, theme nights and a good selection of meals. Sunday lunch here is very popular along with ever popular cask ales.
Tel. (01642) 700067



Updated: 2018-03-31
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Crafty Cock, Billingham, TS23 2RL

A small, cosy bar opened in June 2017 and converted from a former restaurant. The décor is a mixture of cushioned bench seats with rustic tables and chairs. Situated among a row of shops and within very easy access of a regular bus service.
Tel. (01642) 881478



Updated: 2018-03-30
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Ivy House, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1LN

Following a short term closure, this establishment reopened in July 2017 under new ownership resulting in a total refurbishment and named after Stockton born Ivy Close who in 1908 won the first Miss Great Britain Beauty Contest.
Tel. (01642) 676006



Updated: 2018-03-30
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Elsinore Inn, Whitby, YO21 3BB

Dispensed from a bar displaying bank notes and number plates where three permanent cask beers are available on handpump Camerons Strongarm and John Smiths Cask both sell well and are headed by Tetley as the best cask seller this warm and friendly pub also displays much marine memoribilia on the walls. During August Folk Week there is music every evening provided by a dozen or so regular supporters.
Tel. (01947) 603975



Updated: 2018-03-25
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Masham, Hartburn, TS18 5DR

Pleasant Grade II listed building situated on a tree - lined road in a conservation area. Several small rooms with substantial outside facilities. Quiz held 3rd Sunday each month at 8pm and live music on the 1st Sunday evening each month. Four real beers and an extensive menu.
Tel. (01642) 645526
Website: http://www.themasham.co.uk



Updated: 2018-03-25
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Sir Thomas Brown, Eaglescliffe, TS16 9JP

Very pleasant local pub named after Sir Thomas Brown, knighted in 1743 on the battlefield at Dettingham Baveria as a Knight Banneret by King George II, the last man ever to have this honour. Located on shopping parade within a residential area, newly refurbished in Oct 2015, serving food and three real ales.
Tel. (01642) 788830



Updated: 2018-03-19
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Dovecot, Middlesbrough, TS1 5DD

New modern bistro and bar in a 1920s Deco building opened in October, 2016 in close proximity to Baker Street / Bedford Street. Open plan separated into dining area, with mixed comfy seating and a bar area. Has 4 handpulls of which one is serving their very own Dovecot Gold brewed by Theakstons of Masham.
Tel. (01642) 246714
Website: http://www.dovecot.co.uk



Updated: 2018-03-18
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Cleveland Hotel, Redcar, TS10 1SQ

Substantial establishment and the home of Redscar Brewery, comprising a large bar and a lounge, each with separate access from the street. The lounge bar has 3 handpulls, whilst the bar also has a 4th handpull for a guest beer. The regular beers listed may change to a different beer from within the Redscar range. Very much a locals' pub with a keen racing following during the daytime and football most evenings and at weekends. In addition, there is outside seating. Live bands Friday and Saturday with various other events happening during the week and also Bank Holidays. Check the pub's website for details. Substantial Sunday lunches are served.
Tel. (01642) 484035
Website: http://www.theclevelandhotel.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-28
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Hope & Union, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1SL

Tucked away in a square in the town's cultural quarter, between the Grade II listed Georgian Theatre and the River Tees, the pub's name derives from the names given to a steam engine and a coach operated by the 1825 world first passenger railway, the Stockton & Darlington. This bright modern pub serves three interesting beers, a cider and a large selection of gins and whiskys. The cellar is on open display, as is the kitchen, from where locally sourced and freshly cooked tapas style dishes are served all day, everyday.
Tel. (01642) 385022



Updated: 2018-02-28
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Bay Hotel, Robin Hood's Bay, YO22 4SJ

This magnificent Grade II listed 1822 building, with the same licensee now for 17 years, is the finish point for Alfred Wainwright's Coast-to-Coast 192 mile walk, with the pub's bottom bar named in his honour, from where the Dock patio is accessed. Situated at the sea's edge, with superb views, a friendly welcome awaits regulars, visitors, their families and their dogs. Four handpulls and an extensive good-value menu, served all day every day, are available. The pub also sells Theakstons Dark Mild from the T-bar. Access to this part of the village is not easy for the less able-bodied, however, such guests can be dropped off by car, before the car has to return to the top car park. Signing in point for Coast-to-Coast walkers. Real fire, real beer, real food and a welcome for both children and dogs as well.
Tel. (01947) 880278
Website: http://www.bayhotel.info



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Black Bull Inn, Ugthorpe, YO21 2BQ

This comfortable, family-run, Grade II-listed traditional pan-tiled country inn, with photographs of yesteryear adorning the walls, comprises a main bar, snug, restaurant and games room. The guest beer, which complements the Old Peculiar, changes weekly. Portions of the home-cooked food are such that going hungry is not an option, while diners travel from far and wide for the impressive Sunday lunches, (booking advisable). The pub has a pool table, three darts teams and a quoits team. Two bedrooms and a holiday cottage are available.
Tel. (01947) 840286
Website: http://www.blackbullwhitby.co.uk/



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Blackwell Ox Inn, Carlton-in-Cleveland, TS9 7DJ

Privately owned Multi-roomed and many times beer guide listed pub with open log fires outside seating and an extensive play area on the edge of the National Park a very popular village pub specializes in authentic Thai Food and traditional English fare usually serving two regular and two guest from the four hand pumps
Tel. (01642) 712287
Website: http://www.blackwellox.co.uk/



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Buck Inn, Chop Gate, TS9 7JL

Usually two or three real ales available, often from local breweries. See web site for latest offerings. Muddy boots and dogs welcome, a log fire on cold days and food served most sessions. Carvery on Sundays. Bikers welcome. Handy for the Cleveland Way and Coast to Coast walks, On site camping, free shutle from Clay Bank car park. Oct to June Bus 199 from Helmsley Fridays only. Monthly folk night. Besides the pub car park, honesty box car parking is available at the village hall, approx 200 yards south of pub. Pub website gives a full description of the seven German lagers brewed under the 503 years old German Purity Laws.
Tel. (01642) 778334
Website: http://www.the-buck-inn.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Clarendon, Marske-by-the-Sea, TS11 7BA

The middle house, as it is known, is a family-run, one-room locals' pub with interesting photographs of Marske through the ages around the walls, represents a 1960s time warp. It serves five regular beers plus a guest from a mahogany island bar, which is a rarity in this area. One of the pub's best sellers over the years has been Copper Dragon Golden Pippin, which sadly is no longer available. However, the Beer Monkey brewery, also in Skipton, is supplying Pippin. There is no TV, no jukebox, no pool table, no children/teenagers - just the locals indulging in convivial conversation. Occasional live music. There is no catering either as such, but tea and coffee are available. It has a pleasant south-facing outdoor drinking area.
Tel. (01642) 490005



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Cleveland Bay, Eaglescliffe, TS16 0JE

Traditional pub, dating from 1825 where the licensee Peter is enthusiastic about real ale and always keeps a great pint serving Landlord, Strongarm and Wainwright, generally available, along with a guest beer from the Punch list. Pub complete with bar, beer garden, snug and a large lounge bar, available to hire for private functions, Quiz night Thursdays, Blues on Fridays, traditional pub games, darts and dominoes, football and horse racing showing on the TV's, extensive range of snacks, cheese and biscuits plus a hot and cold buffet Sunday lunchtime. Remnants of the stone gate posts, at the entrance to the Stockton & Darlington Railway, still in-situ at entrance to the car park.
Tel. (01642) 780275
Website: http://www.clevelandbay.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Cod & Lobster Inn, Staithes, TS13 5BH

Superbly positioned at the seawater's edge in this sleepy picturesque fishing village. During high tides and easterly winds you are advised to use the roadside door or risk getting very wet. Comprises a large single open plan room, where three changing beers are served alongside the house beer, Old Jack's Tipple, and named after a locally filmed children's TV character. Good-value traditional meals are served. On sunny days, a pleasant patio, directly overlooking the chilly sea, becomes very popular.
Tel. (01947) 840330
Website: http://codandlobster.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Dolphin Hotel, Whitby, YO22 4BG

Situated on the East side of the Esk just over the swing bridge, originally known as the Custom House Coffee House, developed into a public house some time in 1823 then totally rebuilt in 1912 to its present form though recently totally refurbished and now offers food, six real ales, real fires, outside seating, live music Fri and Sat, Mon quiz, cask ale loyalty club, harbour views and even a welcome for your dog.
Tel. (01947) 821455
Website: http://thedolphinwhitby.co.uk/



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Endeavour, Whitby, YO22 4AS

Cosy one roomed pub on the East side of the river with open fire, regular folk and Irish music sessions located opposite Grape Lane near the Captain Cook museum. Originally opened around 1935 it now celebrates Cooks first imperial voyage to the Antipodes. Opening the full hours, it offers four ever changing real beers, and serves 140 different beers each year. Traditional 'Yorkshire Tapas' bar snacks, (pork pies, pickled eggs, onions and gherkins, marinated olives, seafood, scotch eggs), are enhanced by having permission to also bring your own fish and chips into the pub.
Tel. (01947) 603557
Website: http://www.endeavourpub.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Eskdale Inn, Castleton, YO21 2EU

Imposing building with rustic charm and a pleasant garden with gazebo. Adjoining the Station [four trains a day Middlesbrough to Whitby] after which it was previously named both you and your dog are welcome here. A genuine free house and regular good beer guide entry offering regular guest beers and ciders in a pleasant L-shaped bar with pool room, food [10% discount for over-60s on Tuesdays], excellent snacks, open fire, darts and pool. Bed and Breakfast accommodation is also available here at competitive rates.
Tel. (01287) 660333
Website: http://www.theeskdalecastleton.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Golden Smog, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1DS

An amiable licensee and proprietor runs the town's first micropub, first opened in August 2014, that comes complete with a huge Belgian twist. The Smog is located in a ginnel leading west off the main drag and named after the environmental conditions that recently prevailed on Teesside. Besides four real beers and two real ciders are served together with an impressive range of Belgian beers, some familiar, most not so familiar, served in matching glasses in the continental way. Half pint and third pint glasses are also available, as well as bespoke SMOG tasting tables. Interesting decor, small lending library, friendly atmosphere and dog friendly makes it all well worth a visit. Local CAMRA Branch 2018 Pub of the Year and thus now goes forward as the Branch's representative to the North East Region Pub of the Year competition.
Tel. (01642) 385022



Updated: 2018-02-26
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King John's Tavern, Hartlepool, TS26 9HD

There are often five to ten real ales on hand pump including Abbot and changing craft beers. It is open all day and food is available all day every day. Several real ciders are now being offered. As is usual with a Wetherspoons pub there are interesting pictures showing the history of the town. There is a pictorial diagram of what happened at the Headland on the day of the bombardment in 1914. The pub is air-conditioned.
Tel. (01429) 274388
Website: http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/the-king-johns-tavern



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Little Angel , Whitby, YO21 3BA

Richard and his staff offer more than just a warm welcome in this Grade II listed historic and recently refurbished town pub where it is rumoured that the castle remains form part of the structure. Here you will find three connected rooms around the central bar, an outside drinking area, a good selection of up to eight beers including their own in house brews, real cider, three large screen sports TVs including 3D, darts and dominoes, and regular theme and live music nights with local artists. There is even a horse mount outside for those who require this facility. 2 regular brews and 6 guest beers. Sadly, meals are no longer available but the licensee is happy for you to bring your own food in - but I would suggest that common sense is applied. I don't suppose that Richard would want his pub smelling of steaming hot vindaloos.
Tel. (01947) 820475
Website: http://www.littleangelwhitby.co.uk/



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Monk, Guisborough, TS14 6HG

Situated opposite Giisborough Priory, and aptly named as, legend has it, the 12th Century Black Monk frequented the underground tunnel that was discovered during renovations of this old saddlers' shop. The access to what, actually, could have been a priest hole, is now on view, beneath a weight bearing glass cover. This new modern contemporary pub/cocktail lounge/wine bar, where a warming log burner adds to the atmosphere and leather sofas abound, is an upmarket addition to the town's social life and attracts a friendly and wide ranging clientele. Five frequently changing real beers and a cider are served. Not cheap, but as one social commenter posted, "£4.50 a pint does help to keep the idiots out", though, please note, that a pint of real beer is currently priced at £3.35.
Tel. (01287) 205058



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Rat Race Ale House, Hartlepool, TS24 7ED

Of all the micro pubs that now exist in the UK, this was the second to open, (after the Butcher's Arms, Herne, Kent). Landlord Peter opted to leave the 'rat race' himself, making use of the one-time newsagent's shop, with access from both the railway station platform and the station approach. Four changing beers and a cider are kept in a cool room from where the customers, (max 20 seated), are served direct to their table by the landlord himself. Popular with locals and County Durham real ale lovers, (the bus station is adjacent), the Rat Race is also visited by London imbibers, who take a day trip on the 3 hour Grand Central direct train journey from Kings Cross. Not surprisingly, the pub has won many CAMRA awards during it`s existence. Closed Sundays and Mondays. Please note that the pub also closes during the licensee's annual holidays. Quality crisps, nuts and pork scratchings are available.
Tel. 07903 479378
Website: http://www.ratracealehouse.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Royal Oak Hotel, Great Ayton, TS9 6BW

Whether drinking, eating, or both, a warm welcome is extended to locals and visitors alike at this superb extensive 18th century Grade II listed building and former coaching inn, and where there are seperate entrances to the public bar and the rest of the pub. Equally famed for its four beers, as well as its food, breakfasts are served alongside various food offers available on different days throughout the week. There is even a take-away service. An enclosed courtyard to the rear, a large upstairs function room and four en-suite bedrooms are also all available. Regular buses - 2 an hour in each direction.
Tel. (01642) 722361
Website: http://www.royaloakgreatayton.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Saltburn Cricket, Bowls & Tennis Club, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, TS12 1HJ

Situated near the railway bridge, local school, and leisure centre the Saltburn Cricket, Bowls and Tennis Club has one large, comfortable, flexible partitioned lounge/bar area usually offering two real ales, this friendly club features regularly in the Good Beer Guide and has been a local branch Pub of the Season. The balcony overlooks the cricket field and casual visitors are most welcome. Note - opens at 1400 on Sat cricket match days.
Tel. (01287) 622761
Website: http://saltburn.play-cricket.com



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Sherlock's, Middlesbrough, TS1 2LF

A continuing part of the town's burgeoning micropub revolution, and now in it's 4th year of operation, Sherlock's is one of several micropubs located on Baker Street, with some, but not all, having a Sir Arthur Conan Doyle connotation. Though small, the pub is friendly and full of character. Three beers are served to a wide clientele. The pub is the venue of the University's Real Ale Society, (TURAS). Not surprisingly, it can get very busy on match days.
Tel. 07789 277364



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Ship Inn, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, TS12 1HF

Dating from the late 1500s, a reputedly haunted pub and once at the centre of the smuggling trade, the Ship is wonderfully positioned next to the beach with both lounge and bar, coal fires, original timbers, retaining an 'olde worlde' feel to the interior. The last of the pubs in Old Saltburn, the Seagull, Dolphin and Nimrod all long gone. Four beers are usually served, though there may be less avialable during winter. Quality food is served most times, pleasant outside seating with clear views of the pier opened in 1869, cliffs, rocks, beach and the sea. Becoming popular with film companies because of its location and traditional unspoilt looks.
Tel. (01287) 622361



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Thomas Sheraton, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 3BW

There are three rooms adjoining the large bar, balcony and an upstairs terrace, situated just south of Stockton's bustling market in a substantial and dignified building as befits a Grade II listed former County Court. Here you will find two regular beers and several rotating guest ales from many parts of the country giving a wide choice of cask beers, traditional ciders and occasionally a real lager. Menu with bargain priced specials, curry and steak days Tue and Thurs. Monday Quiz night. Beer and cider festivals, up to 40 beers, plus a January Sale, celebrations of Saint' days, 'Meet the Brewer' sessions, plus a 20% discount on meals when showing your CAMRA membership card. The range of ciders has recently increased, with four ciders normally available. Recently voted as CAMRA local branch 2018 Cider Pub of the Year, and thus goes forward as the Branch's representative to the North East Regional Cider Pub of the Year competition.
Tel. (01642) 606134
Website: http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/the-thomas-sheraton



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Village Crossing, Billingham, TS23 1AF

Recently opened on 2nd February 2018, this former funeral parlour and village co-op is now a modern, contemporary micro pub, where church pews meet leather sofas, and photographs of yesteryear adorn the walls. Aptly named, as the pub is located at the pedestrian crossing on Station Road in Old Billingham, so the chances of getting run over, after a boozy session, are marginally reduced. Clean, bright and airy, a genuine welcome is assured from the friendly manager. Four 'Locale' beers are currently being served alongside two real ciders. Card carrying CAMRA members are afforded a 20 pence discount on both halves and pints. Ideally situated on both the X9 and 36 bus routes, though it is a bit of a hike from the railway station.



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Wasp's Nest, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 1TB

Micro pub opened May 2015. Tucked away between the river and the Grade II listed Georgian Theatre in the town's cultural centre, this bright, modern and lively pub serves a selection of both real and craft beers, as well as cider and perry, to a younger market. The pleasant L- shaped bar comprises reclaimed materials, while outside, the pub's claim to fame is that it has the town centre's only outdoor courtyard drinking area, and large enough such that it does not just become a bastion for smokers.
Tel. 07789 277364



Updated: 2018-02-26
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White Swan, Stokesley, TS9 5BL

This CAMRA Branch multi award-winning 18th Century pub is located at the west end of this pretty market town. A minimum of six Captain Cook beers and two Ciders are served from up to twelve handpulls. Beer festivals Easter and October. Quiz Night is Wednesday, Music Night is Thursday. Outside drinking area. Over 18 years of age policy. Dogs welcome. The Captain Cook Brewery is located behind the pub.
Tel. (01642) 041046



Updated: 2018-02-26
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Jackson's Arms, Hartlepool, TS24 7HH

A friendly welcome awaits you at this traditional, largely unaltered, street-corner local. which sits in somewhat of a time warp. Largely frequented by men, and where conversation is not necessarily for the faint-hearted, to put it mildly. The quiz master can also easily offend, raising more than the odd eyebrow. However, despite this, the beer is good, while the pub is ideally situated close to the bus station and the Northern Rail/Grand Central railway station, and with easy access to Hartlepool United football ground and the thriving marina area. There are two busy bars, one for convivial conversation, the second for pool and darts. Three handpumps serve over 100 different premium beers annually, sourced from throughout the country. Sales and turnover of real ciders are increasing. Afternoon teas and Sunday lunches can be provided by prior arrangement.
Tel. (01429) 862413



Updated: 2018-02-24
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Globe, Hartlepool Headland, TS24 0LJ

Popular community pub, and still serving Strongarm on handpull with the biggest head on beer in town and most probably within the whole of Cleveland. This free house has both public bar and smaller lounge with coal fires, and reputably a ladies loo which could well win prizes. The Strongarm still remains at £2 a pint. CAMRA's 2016 Community Pub of the Year.
Tel. (01429) 860097



Updated: 2018-02-23
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Board Inn, Whitby, YO22 4DE

Of several Board Inns, traditionally shops that sold ale as well as their normal fare that existed here on historic Church St. in the 1800s this is the only one that remains still displaying its wares on blackboards in the street, open all day The Grade ll listed Board offers superb harbour views a bar/lounge and open snug on two levels, normally serving three popular real beers including Olde Peculier and quality food to discerning locals and visitor alike.
Tel. (01947) 602884
Website: http://www.theboardinnwhitby.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-22
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Laurel Inn, Robin Hood's Bay, YO22 4SF

Robin Hoods Bay's smallest pub, no trappings simply an intimate, pint-and-a-chat pub halfway down the bank, has one square bar and an enclosed outside toilet! Try before you buy. Popular with younger locals.
Tel. (01947) 880400



Updated: 2018-02-22
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Vane Arms, Long Newton, TS21 1DB

Ideal country pub with lounge, bar with open fire, now in the safe hands of Paul and Emily, and who are now following in the footsteps of Jill and Paul Jackson, who rescued the pub from an uncertain future after it had been closed for 898 days by the last of a string of pub management companies. There are three handpulls featuring Black Sheep Bitter alongside an ever changing array of two guest beers from local breweries, along with reasonably priced restaurant quality meals using only fresh food, and what can only be described as superb outdoor drinking facilities. Four quality en-suite bedrooms are available.
Tel. (01642) 580401
Website: http://thevaneatlongnewton.com



Updated: 2018-02-22
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Victoria Hotel, Robin Hood's Bay, YO22 4RL

A warm welcome awaits at this 19th-century hotel, set in a superb location on the edge of the cliffs, overlooking the bay of this picturesque resort, and providing stunning views from the restaurant, the tea shop and the south-facing gardens. Families are especially well catered for in a separate family room. The friendly bar serves four beers including two guests, sourced locally. Beer bats are available. A good-value, highly regarded menu, including daily specials, is served lunchtimes/evenings.
Tel. (01947) 880205
Website: http://www.victoriarhb.com



Updated: 2018-02-22
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Ship Inn, Wolviston, TS22 5JX

Following a short closure, the new licensees, having now just celebrated their first birthday, have provided a breath of fresh air to what was once a long standing Good Beer Guide and Good Pub Food Guide listed pub not that very long ago. Situated in a picturesque village, this large impressive pub was rebuilt during the 19th century on the site of the old coaching inn - the full intriguing story of one-upmanship among competing brewery owners is featured on local websites. The licensee follows a vigorous real ale policy, with three handpumps providing a constantly changing range of more well known premium bitters. No microwave pings here, as only freshly-cooked, good-value, traditional pub food is served, including good value daily specials. Apologies in advance regarding the resident parrot, Magic, who is only 17 years old, so has a good 60 years left in him, and who does not necessarily understand the full connotation of most of the words that he utters, having overheard such profanities. Watching him flick water, from his feeding station, over some unsuspecting drinker can be funny, depending on who it is of course. Bus: 36 to High Grange, Wolviston roundabout then 500m walk westwards past St. Peter's church, which was built 1876 and is a grade II listed building.
Tel. (01740) 645857



Updated: 2018-02-21
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Granby Hotel, Whitby, YO21 3AJ

Popular two-room pub situated just off the main tourist areas noted for value of both its beer and meals - Marvellous privately-owned free-house, attracting both locals and those staying in the West Cliff B&Bs, this busy two-room pub is just situated off the main tourist drag, and is well worth searching out. Though the pub is not tied, three of the regular beers are from Marston's, together with Strongarm. Particularly noted for its meals, both for value and for size, the pub is ideally placed for those also requiring a visit to the famous Botham's Bakery. Opening times quoted are the winter times - the pub stays open til midnight during summer.
Tel. (01947) 601747



Updated: 2018-02-20
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Wellington Inn, Wolviston, TS22 5JY

One of Stonegate's Classic Brand of pubs offering both real ale and good value bar meals. There are four real beers on handpump, with Bass a regular offering, and also often featuring a LOCALE beer. The bar is open all day and food is also available throughout the day. A folk club meets at 8.30pm on Thursdays. Three rooms including an unspoilt bar and two comfortable lounges. Extensive car park and external outside area and seating. Home to W.I.S.G.A.S. [Ask the locals!].
Tel. (01740) 645670
Website: http://www.thewellingtonwolviston.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-20
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Biggles, Marske-by-the-Sea, TS11 7BA

A small but comfortable pub selling a full range of alcohol. Because of the pub's arrangement with Molson Coors to supply the beer, two pumps are tied to the brewery beers - usually Sharps, and the third pump is a guest local beer. Child and dog friendly with a quiz night on Wednesdays.



Updated: 2018-02-18
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Sporting Lodge, Stainton, TS17 9LW

Here at The Old Poste House at the Sporting Lodge you will find Wells Bomberdier along with one changing extra beer on hand pump.
Tel. (01642) 578100
Website: http://www.sportinglodgeinns.co.uk/middlesbrough



Updated: 2018-02-18
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Stainton, Stainton, TS8 9AZ

Village pub first licensed in 1897 offering an extensive menu including Sunday carvery and real ale. Large open plan pub divided into three distinct areas:- games area with pool table, dart board, seating and tables; bar area with comfortable seating with tables and stools at the bar; separate restaurant area. Small beer garden to the side with four picnic tables. Live bands - check posters in pub for details. (Details as at visit on 8th August 2013).
Tel. (01642) 599902



Updated: 2018-02-18
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Fylingdales Inn, Fylingthorpe, YO22 4TH

Dog friendly pub with ample parking, specialising in Theakstons beers with a choice of bar with open fire, family room with pool table, conservatory or the large garden with childrens play area. There is darts, circular pool table, weekly quiz night, musical acts most weekends and a good range of real ales plus locally sourced home cooked food. Closed on Mondays during winter.
Tel. (01947) 880433
Website: https://www.facebook.com/TheFylingdalesInn/



Updated: 2018-02-16
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George & Dragon, Norton, TS20 1AA

Superbly ornate, yet unobtrusive, this three roomed-local is both bustling and peaceful. Brilliant outside drinking area with pool table upstairs and an equally classic lounge up the passage plus wise quotations on the top of the bar walls give you an idea of this gem. Situated on historic Norton High St, famed for its beautiful buildings. You will be surprised at the reasonable prices. Three real beers served, and if your preferred tipple is a dark beer, then one is always available. For card carrying CAMRA members, a 20 pence discount is offered against each pint of real ale. Savings accrued from drinking 2 pints a week thus pays for the cost of CAMRA membership. Recent CAMRA branch Community Pub of the Year. And after a 47 year tenure at the Sun Inn, the George is now home to Stockton's famous Folk Club, and which meets there on Monday evenings. Details at www.stocktonfolk.org.uk
Tel. (01642) 554150



Updated: 2018-02-13
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Downe Arms, Castleton, YO21 2EE

Overlooking the Esk valley, this recent branch Pub of the Year is a family-run country inn under the stewardship of enthusiastic licensee who serve two regular and two guest beers. Lunchtime and early-doors midweek 'beat the clock' specials are available from the menu, as well as a take-away service. Card carrying CAMRA members receive 10 pence off a pint of real beer. The pub hosts a wide-range of events and also supports charitable causes. Pleasant days are enhanced by the superb views over the North York Moors. There are four letting bedrooms. Please check winter opening hours. NOTE WINTER 2017 OPENING TIMES UNTIL JANUARY 2018 ARE AS FOLLOWS: Monday (closed); Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (6pm); Thursday (7pm); Saturday & Sunday (12 noon)
Tel. (01287) 660223
Website: http://www.thedownearms.co.uk



Updated: 2018-02-07
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