Situated in the delightful North Yorkshire village of Bagby, The Greyhound is approximately 3 miles from Thirsk, very close to Sutton Bank with its amazing views, an ideal location for touring the picturesque countryside of the North York Moors National Park.
Previously known as The Bagby Inn, the pub was spotted in late 2017 by Fettah Alkoc and Laz Bilgin, who were on the lookout for a new business venture. It was snapped up by the pair and has since been lovingly and painstakingly brought back to life after almost a year of being closed.
The original inn is said to date back to the 1700's and although it has undergone extensive renovation it still retains its old world charm and character, combined with a new contemporary feel!
The warmest of welcomes awaits and Fettah & Laz pride themselves in serving delicious food along with great customer service.
The front bar is open seven days a week, serving a great selection of cask ales, wines and spirits. Homemade food is also served in the cosy bar with its open fire, and this bar is always open for regular and walk-in customers, regardless as to whether the main dining room is being used for private parties.
Well behaved dogs are welcome in the bar!
The main bar and dining room are open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, special occasions and private parties for up to 80 people, serving traditional British fare and speciality dishes from Turkey.
There is a small seating area to the front of the pub and an outside terrace to the side for anyone who likes to dine 'al fresco'!
Future plans for The Greyhound include renovation of the first floor, creating 6 en-suite bedrooms and a further 3 bedrooms with disabled access are planned to replace the old garage at the rear of the property.