Opposite the green on the main street of Elvington, The Grey Horse is a picture-postcard village inn dating back to the 17th century. Window boxes adorn the whitewashed frontage, and this newly-refurbished establishment now offers superb lunch and dinner menus.
You can find our pub six miles southeast of York on the B1228, and for visitors exploring this marvellous city, The Grey Horse provides a pleasant and convenient base in two bedrooms - a double and a family room - with superb comfort and full facilities.
Even closer, just over a mile away, is one of the most interesting museums in the whole region - the Yorkshire Air Museum, with its unique collection of over 40 aircraft and numerous displays, located on one of the very few original wartime bomber bases open to the public.
The new Grey Horse restaurant and private dining room feature many splendid photographs courtesy of the Air Museum. Pop in and take a look around - we look forward to welcoming you! We open at 11.30am every day serving lunch 12pm - 3pm and our new extended menu from 5pm - 9 pm.
Amanda and Andy
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