This 17th-century farmhouse just outside of Whitby is now home to a charming inn with rooms, which has stunning views of the breath-taking Yorkshire countryside. Serving up a high-quality menu of crowd-pleasing pub classics, The Stables at Whitby is open throughout the day, from breakfast until dinner. Whether you're wanting a pub lunch with the whole family, a Sunday roast, or an indulgent dinner, The Stables is great for all occasions. Offering a full children's menu as well as allowing dogs to come inside the pub, you can be sure that everyone is catered for here.
The restaurant at The Stables may not look like a traditional country pub from the outside, but once you head inside, you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd teleported into a village in. Flag stoned floors and exposed wooden beams give the space a rustic feel, which is added to by log burners and walls lined with trinkets. A separate garden room has wonderful views out over The Stables' outdoor area, which is a fantastic place to go for a stroll before or after your meal.
Championing the area's fantastic local produce, the food menu at The Stables has something for everyone. You can expect starters ranging from crispy potato skins filled with garlic mayo and barbecue sauce to slow-cooked pork belly with apple purée, apple crisps and a calvados jus. When it comes to main courses, you can choose from a variety of pub classics such as steak and ale pie, moules frites, and of course the area's speciality, fish and chips. Other options include burgers, pizzas and steaks from the grill, while desserts might include sticky toffee pudding and apple and blackberry crumble.
Like any good pub, just as much importance is placed on the drinks at The Stables as the food with everything from hand-pulled ales to wines from around the world by the bottle and glass.