Like a pub you might imagine in an idyllic fairytale world, Chequers Inn is a cosy fixture situated in rural north Yorkshire’s charming village of Bilton-in-Ainsty of the Borough of Harrogate . Serving up delicious British pub fare, plus some gourmet specialties, this lovely pub and inn on Church Street delights visitors with its charming atmosphere, its outdoor seating for warm summer days, and of course, its ample selection of flavourful ales and delicious eats.
Very disappointed based on previous visits Food was not at the usual standard we have seen eating at the chequers. Hard pressed to find a reason to book in again
Very much a locals pub, welcoming and good value for money. You get what you pay for so don't expect much from the good - basic pub grub. Service was very good too.
Service, food and ambience all great . Sunday lunch was an impromptu visit but was pleasantly surprised by how good it was . Very reasonable prices
From traditional Sunday lunch, with entrees such as honey roast ham and roasted pork belly, to light bites such as the salt and pepper squid rings, Chequers Inn on Church Road in Bilton-in-Ainsty has a bounty of flavourful British specialties on offer for the pub’s hungry guests. And it’s not just restaurant guests you’ll find at this rural Harrogate restaurant and pub – Chequers Inn has its very own accommodation, with three different rooms available to book. Additionally, this classic North Yorkshire pub has numerous events going on, from its very own beer festival to classy wine and seafood dinners, drawing in visitors from all over Yorkshire and beyond.
Open every day of the week, Chequers Inn is always bustling and teeming with excitement, no matter what the hour. Take a gander at the evening menu and choose between entrees like fresh east coast haddock, the Yorkshire 10oz ribeye steak, and the pub’s very own steak and guinness pie – a hearty, filling selection complete with your choice of roasted vegetables, chunky chips or creamy mash. Indeed, the English cuisine at Chequers Inn is hefty and satisfying, just like pub fare should be. Book your table now for an evening at this traditional tavern in Bilton-in-Ainsty, west of York in rural Harrogate.