About The Falcon Inn
About The Falcon Inn

This former coaching inn has almost 200 years of history and has long been a regular port of call for travellers along the Scarborough to Whitby road.

It has been a pub since at least the beginning of the last century and prior to this it was a shooting lodge for the then Lord Derwent.

As a 19th century coaching inn, it marked the changeover point for horses making the journey between Scarborough and Whitby. Today, The Falcon Inn still continues to provides a resting place for travellers.

Situated in the beautiful North York Moors National Park, now the Inns facilities include 2 fully equipped conference and banqueting rooms catering for 30-40 delegates. Specialising in superb Great British pub cuisine, food is served daily from 12pm in the main bar. The grounds host 5 acres of award-winning forestry with tracks and public footpaths surrounding the pub in almost every direction.

Winter Opening Times 2018

Our new opening times are in effect from 03 December 2018

Food served:

MONDAY               CLOSED           AND      5.30 - 8.30

TUESDAY              CLOSED           AND      5.30 - 8.30          

WEDNESDAY       12.00 – 2.00      AND     5.30 – 8.30

THURSDAY           12.00 – 2.00      AND     5.30 – 8.30

FRIDAY                  12.00 – 2.00      AND     5.30 – 8.30

SATURDAY           12.00 – 4.00      AND     5.30 – 9.00                            

SUNDAY                12.00 – 4.00     AND     5.30 – 8.30                          

Bar open, tea & coffee served from 10.00am Wed- Sun