The Stapylton Arms Owners since May 2016, Rob (also Head Chef),
Gill and the team welcome you to visit The Stapylton Arms
(formerly Wombwell Arms).
BOOK NOW BOOK A TABLE - CALL 01347 868280
The Stapylton Arms Set in the quaint & picturesque village of Wass, North Yorkshire
this newly refurbished restaurant offers a memorable
dining experience and relaxing overnight stays.
BOOK NOW BOOK A TABLE - CALL 01347 868280
The Stapylton Arms We welcome you to come and relax and dine amongst the elegantly furnished rooms
– great for that special occasion or for a memorable meal out with friends.’

BOOK A TABLE - CALL 01347 868280 BOOK NOW

SPRING DINNER, BED & BREAKFAST OFFER

AVAILABLE FROM NOW UNTIL 31ST MAY

ONE NIGHT BED & BREAKFAST, & 3 COURSE DINNER FOR 2 PEOPLE

ROOM 1 – £145

ROOM 2 – £165

ROOM 3 – £175

TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY

TO BOOK THIS PACKAGE PLEASE CALL DIRECT ON:

01347 868280

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Subject to availability, drinks excluded, ‘Spring Evening Menu’ applicable only.

 

 

 

SUNDAY EVENINGS

THE STAPYLTON ARMS RESTAURANT AND ACCOMMODATION

WILL BE RE-OPENING SUNDAY EVENINGS ON

SUNDAY 17TH APRIL

About Us

Original Drinks

Delicious Food

Great Atmosphere

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Food 12 – 2 PM , 6 – 9 PM
Bar 12 -3 PM , 6 – late

Accommodation / Bed & Breakfast
Rest & Relaxation at the Stapylton Arms in Wass North Yorkshire

The Stapylton Arms

Owners since May 2016, Rob (also Head Chef), Gill and the team welcome you to visit The Stapylton Arms (formerly Wombwell Arms).

Being in the restaurant and pub trade since 2003, their experience has allowed them to create a fabulously inviting and enticing restaurant that is contemporary but still holds traditional elements throughout.

Set in the quaint & picturesque village of Wass, North Yorkshire this newly refurbished restaurant offers a memorable dining experience and relaxing overnight stays.

We welcome you to come and relax and dine amongst the elegantly furnished rooms – great for that special occasion or for a memorable meal out with friends.’

James Martin’s Review