Goathland Hotel , Goathland

Our rating: FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings      User rating: Not rated yet! - Click for an explanation of our ratings   (1 review)
image 1
FancyaPint?'s review...
FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
This pub is best known as the "Aidensfield Arms" in ITVs long-running police series "Heartbeat", set in the North Yorkshire Moors village of Aidensfield, a fictionalised version of Goathland (note the second, smaller pub sign on the side wall). Earlier episodes featured the actual interior of the pub, though they have now built a version on set. The Goathland Hotel genuinely has the feel of an old-style Yorkshire pub, and to this day walkers kick their boots off and sup a pint of Flowers IPA or Camerons Strongarm after a hike on the Moors. In reality, however, the interior is relatively new, though in a retro style. There's a lounge area to the rear, and a kind of no-man's-land in between, where regulars sit. Two family rooms indicate that children are welcomed. There's also a very open beer garden enjoying a splendid view over the Moors. Sadly, near-Arctic conditions on our visit precluded an al fresco pint.
User reviews
Visited this pub and want to share your experience?
Add your own review...

Contact details
Unclassified Road, Goathland, Goathland, North Yorkshire, YO22 5LY
01947 896203

How to get there
Is this your pub?
Claim this listing to add your pub's web site, more photos or other information about your pub.