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Opening Times 

Thursday & Friday 
12pm - 2.30pm / 5pm - 10.30pm

Saturday 12pm - 10.30pm

Sunday 12pm -  9.30pm

Food Serving

Thursday & Friday  12pm - 2pm / 5pm - 8pm 

Saturday 12pm - 8pm 

Sunday 12pm-6pm 



Highest village on the

Yorkshire Wolds


The Wolds Inn sits in the village of Huggate, offering locally sourced home cooked pub classics, local beers, a sizeable car park, large beer garden to the rear and benches to the front of the pub.

Huggate remains the highest village on the Yorkshire Wolds at around 558 feet (170 metres) above sea level.

The high points around the village give fabulous views across the Yorkshire Wolds for all visitors.

The village contains many features some of which include the beautiful parish church of St Mary, a grade 1 listed building and one of the deepest wells in England at 116 yards deep, which previously supplied the inhabitants of this village with water.

Accommodation is available at The Wolds Inn, offering views of the Wolds. Each room has a television with freeview, tea & coffee making facilities. All rooms are non-smoking. Towels replaced daily on demand. Hairdryers are available. Free Wi-fi is also available.


A Hearty Yorkshire Breakfast is served from 9.00am, however, do let us know if you would like to have breakfast earlier. 

Walkers & Cyclists

Whether you arrive on foot, bike horse or Whether you arrive by foot, bike or car we have something for you.

Refreshments and accommodation

Many walks past though our village including The Yorkshire Wolds Way, Chalkland Way and Minster Way as well as many smaller circular walks starting from the village or our car park. 

For Cyclists the Way of the Roses passes right passed our front door.

Wolds Inn Huggate

Wolds Way and much more...

Surrounded by beautiful countryside and walks for the sunday ambler or the hiking professional, Huggate is the perfect location.

Brilliant walks and cycle routes through the surrounding picturesque countryside including Millington Pastures, wood and nature reserve.


Places of interest include The Burnby Hall Gardens and famous water lilies at Pocklington, just 7 miles away.


The Yorkshire Air Museum, Eden Camp and the stately homes of Burton Agnes Hall and Sledmere House, all provide interesting days out.


The market town of Beverley, the historic city of York and the east coastal resorts are all within a 30-minute drive.