In the heyday of the coaching era, Wetherby had up to forty inns and alehouses. Here are just some of the ones we know about so far, it is recorded that in the 1850’s that, in addition to its own Brewery, Wetherby had 35 public houses
If you have more information on any of these please contact us and let us know.
This page is a work in progress so we have decided to give you all the names we know so far and add details to each as soon as we can, tracking down the history of each of them becomes a problem because the names change, some use the same names over time, Inns move and in the coaching era every shop and front room seems to have been called a inn.
With thanks to the Wetherby Historical Society and to the work of Ian Leadley we have a lot more information for this page
Here are the bars with details added
Here is a list of the inn’s and Alehouses that we have found and are currently seeking to add more information:
Bottle and Bean, Don’t Tell The Duke, George and Dragon, La Locanda Wine Bar, Mercure Hotel, New Inn, Old Mill, Old Star, Retro Bar, Star Hotel, The Bay Horse, The Black Bull, The Blue Boar, The Brunswick, The Crown, The Devonshire Arms, The Engine Shed, The Fox Inn, The Mews, The Red Lion, The Royal Oak, The Swan and Talbot, The White Hart, Three Masons, The Wetherby, The Yorkshire Hussars, Wetherby Brew Co,