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Fauconberg Arms

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The Fauconberg Arms,Fauconberg Arms - a lovely place to eat in a lovely village!

Coxwold

 

If old-fashioned home cooking is your thing, then the Fauconberg Arms will not disappoint.

Enjoy fresh food made from top quality, locally sourced produce, complimented by a selection of fine ales and an extensive wine list with chef Simon's own recommendations to accompany your meal.

Choose from an extensive menu of traditional English cuisine given a contemporary Fauconberg twist. From handmade burgers, fresh Whitby scampi and beer-battered cod served with thick-cut, homemade chips, to pan-fried venison, succulent steaks and pork medallions flamed in Madeira.

Unwind in the relaxing ambience of the dining room, or enjoy the lively atmosphere of the bar as you dine in the company of friends, and perhaps make a few new ones.

Our restaurant was recently recommended in a holiday review on the Simonseeks.com website as one of the best places to eat and stay at in Yorkshire!

 

For further information, opening times, sample menus etc etc, please see our website here.

 

LOCATION

Coxwold, , YO61 4AD Google mapexternal link

Tel: 01347 868214

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Email: info@fauconbergarms.com

Website: http://www.fauconbergarms.com/

OPENING TIMES

11:00 - 11:00 meals available at most times

Location

Click for more information on The George Hotel in Easingwold

Visit The George at Easingwold, and enjoy an inn renowned for its accommodation, fine food and friendly staff. You are assured the very best of Yorkshire hospitality,more.

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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