WE ARE PROUD to be featured once again (7 Years running) in The Good Beer Guide 2024…only 8% of CAMRA members get in! The Good Beer Guide 2024 The Good Beer Guide is The Campaign for Real Ale’s way to keep pubs at the forefront of our campaigning. Recognising the vanguard of serving real ale and doing much more for the community than ever, pubs that get selected for the guide can be confident that they are amongst the best pubs in the country. With 4500 pubs listed in the guide, chosen by independent consumers this has been the best-selling beer and pub guide for over 50 years. This year’s guide is fronted by the legendary rock star Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden, whose own personal journey through the world of beer has also highlighted the importance of pubs, both in providing an early platform for success and as a welcome respite from the huge amount of work and energy that goes into being one of the most successful bands to come out of the UK.(https://shop1.camra.org.uk/product-the-good-beer-guide-2024/) ‘You hold in your hands a voyage of discovery not just through a wonderful world of traditional ales and brewers, but also a lens through which to observe the web of history which weaves around the fabric of that almost unique institution-the British Pub.’ – Bruce Dickinson The Buck Inn, Chop Gate, TS9 7JL is featured, showcasing our great range of Ales! We are delighted to be featured in this year’s guide, showcasing the renowned range of Ales we have on offer with the message that we are one of the very best pubs to find a great pint in the UK. We are also featured in the Timothy Taylors Champion’s Club. Want a Copy? Want your own copy, then here are the details you need:-The Good Beer Guide 2022 is now available from the CAMRA shop at https://shop1.camra.org.uk/product-the-good-beer-guide-2024/  and there is an updated app version available for download on both iOS and Android device. Try our English & German Ales for Yourself Don’t forget to pop in to the Buck Inn, Chop Gate B&B, Bistro and try some of our German and English Ales for yourselves, you will always receive a warm welcome. See our Events for the next Beer Fest!


North Yorkshire offers stunning country walks no matter the time of year. We are so lucky to live and work in the North Yorkshire National Park. And surrounding The Buck Inn, Chop Gate, we have lots of places you can visit on your way to see us. We would love to hear how you got on, feel free to let us know via our social media pages. Helmsley Castle. Explore the castle’s changing fortunes. From formidable fortress to battle-scarred ruins. Rievaulx Abbey, North Yorkshire is one of the most complete and impressive abbeys in Britain. Explore the atmospheric ruins, which are surrounded by stunning moorland, and visit the interactive museum to explore 900 years of history and view unique archaeological finds. Whitby Abbey. The moody and magnificent ruins of Whitby Abbey have drawn successive generations – from Saints to Dracula – to this site of settlement and religious devotion. We have a number of guidebooks, maps and leaflets available to look at when you visit us, and we have lots of local information we can share with you. Please call us on 01642 778334 to book accommodation, tables or for any additional information. We look forward to speaking with you. Cleveland Way Distance: 109 miles (98 miles in Yorkshire) Duration: 9 days Start: Helmsley, North Yorkshire Finish: Filey Brigg, North Yorkshire Follow the fantastic scenery of the North York Moors National Park, crossing stunning lengths of heather moorland and providing spectacular views of the North Yorkshire coastline. Starting from the attractive market town of Helmsley, the trail heads across the inspirational, and sometimes vibrant heather moorland of the North York Moors, before reaching the coast at Saltburn. From here it’s a visual feast along the dramatic North Yorkshire coastline to Filey, passing old fishing villages and lively coastal towns, including Staithes and Whitby.