Food Served

Monday-Friday
11.30am-2.30pm
5.30pm-9p
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Saturday
11.30am-9pm

Sunday
12 noon-8pm

Click to view bar times
pubfront

16th Century

Homemade-Puds

Fabulous
Homemade
Puds!

Mucky-Boots

Walkers Welcome

Dogs-Welcome

..and our
four-legged
friends

beergarden

Large
Beer Garden

ampleparking

Ample
Car Parking

Ruralviews

Rural Views

realfire

Real Fires

Canalside

Adjacent to the
Leeds Livepool
Canal

  • Fully refurbished June 2015
  • Bar Snacks & Restaurant
  • Beer Garden & Canal Views
  • Dog-friendly (bar only)
  • Ample free car parking

Karl & Marie Reader

Karl-Signature

2015-A rejuvenated Cross Keys

FoodHygieneLogo_Ratings5-2Idling on the banks of the Leeds-Liverpool canal, where the red rose meets the white rose you’ll discover the Cross Keys Inn.

Built in the seventeenth century, the Cross Keys has been brought back to life and is returning to it’s roots where weary travellers, walkers, foodies and real ale lovers  can meet and enjoy home-cooked food,real log fires, English craft beers, lagers and ciders.

Whether you’re stopping to take the weight off your feet and have a coffee or looking for a hearty meal, a warm welcome awaits you all.

Muddy boots, a well behaved dog and a smiley face are always welcome.

See inside the Cross Keys, click and drag below!

Outside the Inn

The Bar Area

Real Fires

Informal Dining

Main Restaurant

The Beer Garden

The Cross Keys Inn is 10 minutes drive from the centre of Skipton heading towards Colne on the A59.

The Cross Keys Inn,
East Marton,
Skipton, North Yorks
BD23 3LP

Tel: 01282 844326
info@thecrosskeys.uk.com

Come and try Marie’s delicious home made puds.. legendary stuff!

How to find the Cross Keys

Click for Driving Directions

Cross Keys Latest News

801, 2016

Mackerel

January is upon us and after the Christmas excess it’s all about healthy eating and fresh fish.

At the Keys, all our fish is freshly sourced and for January we’ve got even more choice than ever including our “posh scampi” (Golden Pippin battered Monk fish).

801, 2016

RHUBARB FESTIVAL, WAKEFIELD

On the menu today, Marie’s home-made forced Yorkshire Rhubarb crumble, Rhubarb sourced from the Yorkshire “Rhubarb triangle” about as good as you can get!