The Blacksmiths Arms is situated in the pleasant, secluded North Yorkshire village of Biggin. With easy links to the M1, A1 and A64 the Blacksmiths Arms offers fresh local food, an extensive wine list and warm hospitality.
Whether you fancy a light lunch, something from our ‘early bird’ selection, or a three-course evening meal, the choice is yours. Our menus are updated regularly and we always strive to include the best local seasonal produce. during Summer time we open our alfresco seating areas, while in the colder months you can keep warm in front of our roaring log fires. The Blacksmiths Arms attracts a varied clientele including families, passing cyclists, and anyone who just wants to relax in our friendly atmosphere whilst enjoying a glass or two of something nice.
During the daytime we are a popular destination for Functions & Corporate Events. The main restaurant can seat up to sixty, and is available throughout the day to reserve for meetings. We can supply snacks, sandwiches, tea, coffee and guarantee a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
Run by Jim and Jo Bryan, the Blacksmiths’ success is rooted in the warm, friendly atmosphere of a village pub set in a charming North Yorkshire hamlet, coupled with our commitment to providing sumptuous home-cooked meals using locally supplied produce wherever possible.
Dating back to the 19th century, the Blacksmiths Arms reopened in November 2008 following a complete refurbishment, and has quickly become established as one of the best pub and restaurants in the Leeds, York and Selby region. Whether it's a pint of real ale, a glass of fine wine, or dining from our extensive blackboard menu, the staff at the Blacksmiths Arms extend a warm welcome to you and your family.