Welcome to The Bay Horse at Masham, a traditional Yorkshire pub with good food and rooms.
Located in the beautiful Lower Wensleydale market town of Masham, on the edge of the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Bay Horse has been a welcoming hostelry for over two centuries serving great local food and ales. The Grade Two listed building on Silver Street, just yards from the famous Masham Market Place, offers four en-suite letting rooms two of which are large double rooms and two are standard double rooms. We are an old pub with rooms set over two floors, full of characterful appeal.
The Bay Horse is a hospitable inn with a lounge, snug, and back room. We are dog friendly and welcome our canine friends in the tiled bar area. The Bay Horse is proud of its reputation for serving fine cask ales, brewed locally and conditioned in our cellar. In addition we offer a good selection of keg beers and ciders as well as spirits and premium mixers. The back ‘Yarden’ Courtyard is a convivial place to sit and relax with a cold drink, or a hot one!
Our four, well-appointed and comfortable en-suite letting rooms have showers, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, toiletries, and Smart televisions. We do not have any ground floor rooms and our stairs may be steep for someone with mobility issues. Please call us to discuss your requirements and we can advise accordingly.
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Our fabulous food menu features the best in fresh produce, prepared by our dedicated catering team. We cater for vegetarians and vegans; please let us know your dietary requirements and we will do our utmost to meet your needs. At present we offer cooked breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday, not during the week. We provide a light continental style snacks in rooms on week days, with fruit juices and fruit.
We are a pub at the heart of the community in Masham and host regular events. To keep up-to-date with everything that’s happening at the Bay Horse please like our Facebook page
We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Ann & Rob, and the Bay Horse team.