Black Swan Inn

PUBLISHED: 15:27 14 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:30 14 March 2018

The Black Swan

The Black Swan


The Black Swan is a traditional Yorkshire Inn run by the same family for 3 generations.

The Black SwanThe Black Swan

From an unassuming frontage in quiet village this hidden gem offers everything from a quick pint of ale and a snack to full evening dining, private parties, and even accommodation.

Through the front door the roaring log fire welcomes you whilst you ponder over a pint of local real ale or a Gin whilst waiting for dinner.

The Black SwanThe Black Swan

Once in the dining room the seasonal menu offers a range of locally sourced, freshly prepared meals with the Chef’s Specials board to choose from too. The wine list has many options to pair beautifully with the dishes on offer. Every night dinner starts at 6pm with a lighter Early Bird menu available Sun-Thurs from 5.30pm (for pre-bookings).

For a lunchtime treat enjoy a relaxing Sunday Lunch overlooking the Vale of York. Home roast, locally sourced, beef striploin is a regular favourite with all the traditional trimmings and homemade Yorkshires. Perfect with a glass of Malbec watching the world go by! Sunday lunch is served every week from 12noon - 2.30pm.

Down the hall is a cosy dining room available for celebrations, private parties and meetings.

Why end your visit there? Stay overnight in one of the 14 modern En-suite bedrooms and sample the full Yorkshire breakfast in the morning.

Fearby, Masham, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 4NF

01765 689477

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