Blacktoft, East Yorkshire
Situated on the banks of the tidal River Ouse, our location provides superb views overlooking the river and the RSPB Blacktoft Sands nature reserve.
Enjoy a meal in our bar or conservatory. We have an extensive Home Cooked Menu with Daily Specials and separate Sunday Lunch and Childrens Menus.
Relax and enjoy a drink in our bar or beer garden. We are a Free House with a well stocked bar featuring rotating guest ales on a regular basis.
The Hope and Anchor is situated in the hamlet of Blacktoft on the banks of the tidal River Ouse close to its confluence with the Rivers Humber and Trent. Built in 1829 to serve the local ferry and ships using this tidal part of the river the pub has a great deal to offer the visitor, with superb views over the river to the Blackfoft Sands, a nature reserve for waterfowl and also situated directly on the Eastern leg of the popular Trans-Pennine Trail. We offer a warm welcome to all, be it to enjoy a refreshing pint of ale in our bar or beer garden or to fill up with a hearty meal.
We are a Free House. Our bar is stocked with a selection of fine cask conditioned ales with a rotation of guest beers on a regular basis. We serve home cooked food made, where possible, with locally sourced ingredients. We offer a separate Sunday Lunch menu featuring the traditional Sunday Roast. Sunday is a busy time so booking is highly recommended.
“Beautiful oldy worldly pub by the riverside definately worth a ride out to Blacktoft food choice very good we had the haddock and chips fish was superb and very fresh. Lovely added conservatory staff very friendly recommend. ”
“Visited last Sunday for a lunch and about to have another one a week later. Fabulous value for money and the portions are very generous. I have visited this pub for years, the owners and staff are friendly and the food is always delicious.”
“Visited the pub a few days ago, and the meal was gorgeous. Had a beef roast dinner, and it was lovely. One of the best meals I have had, the service was really good and it was a nice atmosphere too. Definitely a hidden little gem, and would highly recommend :).”