Whether you have just popped in for a drink, or are staying for dinner, the bar is the most characterful part of the pub, being the original blacksmith’s workshop. It has a steep pitched timbered ceiling, original stone furnace, tools, iron candle chandelier and wood burning stove.

Even though The Anvil is known for its fantastic food, it remains a country public house at the heart of the village, used by walkers, cyclists, darts players and locals too!

And you can actually sit at the bar and have a drink – a rarity these days.



You will find three Yorkshire hand pulled real ales, three real ciders and selection of wines by the glass.

Caravaners, cyclists, walkers (and everyone else) welcome.

Dogs are most welcome in the bar with well behaved owners.