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The Carpenters Arms in Felixkirk

DESCRIPTION

The Carpenters Arms in FelixkirkThe Carpenters Arms

The Carpenters Arms is a traditional inn with open fires and flagstone floors, located in the picturesque village of Felixkirk, near Thirsk. The Inn specialises in bringing its customers high quality food, drink and service. Provenance is at the heart of everything and the classic British menu uses only the best produce available from carefully selected local suppliers.

The Carpenters has a traditional tap room serving local beers, hand pulled ales and a considered wine list. The inn is able to accommodate formal and informal dining and has an elegant private dining room for up to 20 guests.  From November 2011 guest accommodation will also be available.

The outside seating area offers and ideal place to enjoy the sunshine and a drink or meal. Visit www.thecarpentersarmsfelixkirk.com for early bird menu (Magnificent 7), Supper Clubs and all other events.

 

LOCATION

The Carpenters Arms, Felixkirk, Thirsk, North Yorkshire,

, YO7 2DP Google mapexternal link

Tel: 01845 537369

Fax:

Email: enquiries@thecarpentersarmsfelixkirk.com

Website: www.thecarpentersarmsfelixkirk.com

OPENING TIMES

Monday – Saturday: Lunch – 12 noon – 2.30pm, Dinner – 6-9.30pm - Sunday: Lunch - 12 noon – 3pm, Dinner – 6-8.30pm

Location

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Contact

Easingwold Tourist Information
Chapel Lane
Easingwold
York
YO61 3AE
Tel 01347 821530
Fax 01347 821530

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It's a fact

Squadron Leader Jack Currie DFC, the famous bomber pilot, who wrote the greatest wartime book about bombing operations during WW2 is buried in Easingwold Church Yard. He settled at Easingwold because he was then an instructor at the Home Office Civil Defence School, Hawkhills, nearby. He wrote his book over many years whilst enjoying a pint in the George Hotel and was a very likeable local character and his description of flying on bombing missions is unparalleled. He was also featured in a BBC Documentary titled "The Lancaster Legend".

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