Duke Of Wellington Inn

in Danby

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The Duke of Wellington is a fine traditional pub in the middle of Danby village; it serves good beer and bar meals, and has eight guest bedrooms with appealingly countrified decor. Dating from the 18th century, the pub was used as a recruitment centre during the Napoleonic Wars (hence the name).

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The Duke of Wellington is an ivy-clad traditional eighteenth century inn located in Danby, near Whitby. The hotel is an ideal base for exploring the Moors, Whitby and the coast. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Built in 1732, the Inn was used as a recruiting post during the Napoleonic Wars. An iron plaque of the Duke of Wellington was recently uncovered on the outside of the building and has been mounted on the fireplace in the bar. Restoration and refurbishment has improved the facilities whilst maintaining the character and charm of this traditional country inn.

Important information

Please note that we do not accept groups of more than 5 people.


Features of Duke Of Wellington Inn

Other

  • Parking
  • Terrace
  • Fishing
  • Free parking
  • Internet services
  • Darts
  • Hiking
  • Packed lunches
  • Cycling
  • Wifi
  • Special diet menus (on request)
  • Shared lounge/tv area
  • Adult only
  • On-site parking
  • Wifi available in all areas
  • Board games/puzzles
  • Street parking
  • Accessible parking

Food and drink

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Restaurant (à la carte)

General

  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Heating
  • Non-smoking throughout

Internet

  • Free WiFi available

Services

  • Daily maid service
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