The Red Lion

Historic Inn in Driffield, Yorkshire

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57 Middle Street North
YO25 6SS

The Red Lion, Driffield

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A Warm welcome awaits you at the Red Lion Inn We are sure you will have a very enjoyable stay! We have live entertainment every saturday night lunch time food served on a weekend and evening meals monday-saturday 5-8pm. We have a popular general knowledge quiz every thursday night from 9pm. We have BT Sport in both bars for all your sporting needs.

We offer Free WIFI to all our customers.

Traditional family friendly run pub and bed & breakfast The Red Lion is superbly located near Driffield town centre situated next to the All Saints Church. We are one of the oldest pubs in the town and our building is bursting with original character. We are ideally situated for touring the Yorkshire Wolds and East Yorkshire coastline.

We offer excellent accommodation food and 2 public bars with real ale BT Sport pool and darts there?s always a lively friendly atmosphere. We offer 5 spacious en-suite rooms. All rooms are equipped with flat screen tvs with freeview and dvd player Free WIFI hairdryers and complementary tea and coffee facilities.

Full english breakfast served every morning. Washing and ironing facilities can be used if necessary. We have rates for long stay residents and contract workers please contact 01377 255907 for more details We are situated in Driffield town center in the beautiful Wolds of East Yorkshire on the way of the roses bike route.

And if you like sport - you're in luck because there is a local sports center 15 minutes walk away with swimming pool. Driffield has excellent bus and train links to York Hull Doncaster Leeds and London. Bridlington Scarborough & Bridlington.

Beverley has several tourist attractions not least the magnificent 12th century Cathedral known as the Minster (very similar to York Minster) approx 13 miles away bus or train ride. There is a train station and also a bus station that does tours for the day or for a few depends on what you are looking for.

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