Unwind With Spectacular Sea Views At This Yorkshire Pub’s Charming Beer Garden

Unwind With Spectacular Sea Views At This Yorkshire Pub’s Charming Beer Garden

With summer in full flow, basking in the sunshine and sipping on something strong is at the top of our to-do list. And, this stunning beer garden situated on the east coast, might just be the most beautiful spot to enjoy a beer or three.

The Ship Inn, Sewerby has the most fantastic beer garden on the Yorkshire coast with unrivalled views of waves whipping into the sky in the North Sea.

Located next to the stunning stately home of Sewerby Hall and Gardens and overlooking both Flamborough head and Bridlington Bay it should be on everyone’s bucket list heading to the coast this summer.

The Ship Inn Sewerby

The large beer garden along with its children’s playground isn’t the only thing The Ship Inn, Sewerby has to offer. It backs up the views with its fantastic array of award-winning cask ales, craft beers, spirits and wines – and it’s dog friendly!

They also have fantastic “Beer and Music Festivals’ held on East and August Bank Holidays.

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The Sewerby Pub serves up some fantastic traditional pub grub such as pies, classic burgers, locally caught fish & chips and not forgetting ‘The Best Roast on the Coast’ Sunday Carvery. Their menu is extensive, so perfect for families as there is something for everyone.

The Ship Inn Sewerby

Perfect for summer, The Ship Inn pubs, Charlouccio’s, wood-fired shack, serves up a range of sourdough pizzas from the humble Margarita to Meat Feasts and Clarabese (our favourite) which is topped with N’Duja sausage.

The Ship Inn Sewerby

Come for the view, and stay for the food at The Ship Inn this summer which is situated just outside of Bridlington in the beautiful village of Sewerby.

For more information head over to the website here.

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