Project Description

The Dacre Arms

Dacre ArmsThe Dacre Arms, named after Lord and Lady Dacre, has an historic story.

The Dacre Arms was previously named The Cross Keys and the current building stood as an Inn since the 16th century, with stabling for 50 horses around a cobbled yard. The Dacre Arms became the most important Posting Station in the East Riding as it offered visitors a welcome refreshing drink and good wholesome food.

Today, at the Dacre Arms,  you will find a warm and welcoming village pub that serves a mixture of great beers and delicious home cooked meals in the lovely East Yorkshire village of Brandesburton.

The menu is based around traditional pub dishes, using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.  They grow their own fruit and herbs and even make their own ice-cream!

Every Friday they offer a themed food menu where you can sample homemade worldwide cuisine!  So whether you are in the mood for Indian, Mexican, Chinese or traditional English food, you are always sure of something special at the Dacre Arms!