With Spring just around the corner and Summer on the horizon, we know it won’t be too long before we are able to welcome our wonderful customers back to the Fox and Rabbit.
Many of us will be contemplating a get away this year and it doesn't get any better than the North York Moors: wild moorland landscapes, fresh country air and a slower pace of life. Top this off with the best in Yorkshire food and hospitality at the Fox and Rabbit Inn and you have a date in the diary to really look forward to!
Our CL site is open for bookings from May, stay for only £15 per pitch per night, which includes electric hook up. All enquiries via email please; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fox and Rabbit Inn is a traditional country pub located in the North York Moors National Park on the edge of Dalby Forest on the A169 Whitby to Pickering road. An idyllic destination for a relaxing stop off drink or meal.
Since July 2004 it has been owned by brothers Charles and Toby Wood who are enthusiastically involved in the day to day running of the pub as your host and chef.
Charles and Toby give their guests a warm reception by providing great service and high quality food and drink in comfortable surroundings. Patrons are welcome to enjoy anything from a pint of ale to a three-course meal while they appreciate the panoramic views across the North York Moors.
Experienced chef Dave has created a varied menu featuring fresh, simple ingredients, cooked to bring out their best qualities. When possible, vegetables, meat and fish are sourced locally. Using only the best produce, a varied and seasonal menu provides lunches and dinners to suit all tastes.
See our current menus plus seasonal specials.
We can cater for all types of functions and parties here at The Fox & Rabbit. We have space to seat for up to 80 people.
We have 13 rooms available including 7 garden rooms at our sister pub, The Horseshoe Inn - 2 miles down the road. We also have a luxury holiday cottage in nearby Thornton le Dale.
We now have a Caravan Field situated right next to the pub.