A few of Samuel Smith’s pubs provide bed and breakfast accommodation.
Our best rates and all availability can be found by booking directly with each pub using their websites below.
Heversham Hotel, Heversham, Cumbria (off the M6 junction 36, close to Levens Hall and Kendal)
Eagle Tavern, Leeds (refurbished georgian pub, close to the city centre and just 10 minutes walk from the Leeds Arena)
Harewood Arms, Harewood, Leeds (country pub opposite Harewood House)
Sea Horse Hotel, York (opposite the Barbican in the centre of York)
Hop Pole Hotel, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire (in the Dukeries and Sherwood Forest)
Rose of York, Richmond upon Thames, London (overlooking the Thames)
Swan Inn, Holmes Chapel (small inn next to the Railway Station in a lovely little Cheshire village – 9 bedrooms)
Cambridge Hotel, Middlesbrough (just off the A19 close to James Cook Hospital & Tees Barrage International White Water Centre)
Eston Hotel, Middlesbrough (to the east of Middlesbrough centre)
Flying Dutchman, Summerbridge, North Yorkshire (in Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty)
Berkeley Hotel, Scunthorpe (listed Art Deco hotel to the west of Scunthorpe town centre, a short walk from Glanford Park, home of Scunthorpe United FC)
Crows Nest, Cleethorpes (in a pleasant residential area of Cleethorpes)
Shann House Hotel, Tadcaster (small guest house close to Samuel Smith’s Brewery)