- Very Good
- 14 guest reviews
"The Station Tavern was an unexpected delight. It's set right alongside one of the main stations of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, with h..."
"Nice Village with friendly people. Very nostalgic with the steam Trains in close proximity. Lovely area for Walking. Hotel comfy with a warm..."
"The owners were new to the Station Tavern and possibly still getting to grips with the business. They were friendly enough but the pricing o..."
"Extremely friendly staff, lovely location. Couldn't have asked for more..."
"Stayed at the station tavern on a short break to meet my boyfriend's parents. Being a couple of miles outside of whitby the b&b was perfect..."
About the hotel
We have one single room with its own bathroom, one double en-suite room and a family en-suite room. Prices start from £43 per room per night. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and colour television.
We can accommodate infants. We have a traditional bar and a separate dining room. Diners can choose to have a meal in the bar, dining room or on the patio area outside the front of the pub and watch the Steam Trains arrive and depart Grosmont Station. Situated in the village of Grosmont, the Station Tavern is ideal for the visitor wishing to take full advantage of the beautiful countryside of the North Yorkshire Moors with many footpaths for the keen walkers to explore the wonderful scenic parts we have in this area. The famous and picturesque fishing port of Whitby is easily reached by the local bus service, Esk Valley train or now the North Yorkshire Moors railway. Grosmont is also the northern terminus for the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, a preserved Steam railway, which travels through some breath taking scenery to reach Pickering some 18 miles away. North Yorkshire Moors Railway have now included some services to Whitby by Steam Train.
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Pets are not allowed
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93% would recommend it to a friend
Steam trains, Yorkshire moors, and Whitby
The Station Tavern was an unexpected delight.
It's set right alongside one of the main stations of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, with historical steam and diesel engines and rolling-stock, and whose main workshops are just on the edge of the village, open to the public in a short walk through a now disused railway tunnel built by Stephenson, and thought to be one of the first such tunnels anywhere in the world. That all sounds as if it is going to be noisy and crowded, but it isn't - Grosmont is a very quiet little village, and the last train rolls through around 6.30 (at night the village was so quiet you could hear a pin drop), the railway enthusiasts add colour, and - as we discovered - this is a great place to use as a base to visit Whitby. Have a huge Yorkshire cooked breakfast at the Station Tavern, take the train to Whitby (around half-an-hour) - the station is right in the centre of town - wander around that famous tourist destination, and take the last train back, in time for a pint of a local Yorkshire beer and then the excellent dinner - how sensible to have a limited menu, and to cook that well - at the Tavern. The first night there I ordered the whitebait starter followed by a main course. When the Whitebait came, the serving was so huge, I hastily cancelled the main course. The room was comfortable, thoughtfully appointed (though a shelf above the sink would be welcome...), and clearly the owner and staff - all genuinely friendly - care about their customers. Food was excellent (and good value), and the bar is a focal point for railway engineers and volunteers coming off work, hikers passing through, and locals. The village has a good local shop (the oldest co-operative still in business in the UK), and for anyone who is a railway enthusiast - and for those who aren't but are stirred by the sound of a steam locomotive whistle and the chug of that locomotive starting - the Tavern sells itself.
Steam / Walking Break
Nice Village with friendly people.
Very nostalgic with the steam Trains in close proximity. Lovely area for Walking. Hotel comfy with a warm welcome and very tasty breakfast.