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Our  Current Opening Hours Are:

Mondays 12 noon - 9.30pm 

Tuesday & Wednesday - Closed

Thursday-Saturday - 12 noon-9.30pm

Sundays 12 noon - 6pm

Food is served Mondays, Thursdays - Saturdays

 12 noon-7.30pm

(kitchen closes at 8pm)

            Sunday Carvery Sittings: 12 noon, 2pm & 4pm                                                               


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The Blacksmiths Arms is situated in the riverside village of Naburn on the outskirts of York, only 5 minutes away from the designer outlet off the A64/19 junction.  Located just 4 miles from the historic city of York you can enjoy the delights of the City with  the peace and quiet of the riverside village location.  The pub has been in existence for over 350 years and is a warm, dog friendly pub with a mixture of both locals and visitors alike.  You will find a warm welcome, great beer, wines and spirits, fantastic home-made food all in a traditional pub setting.


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The pub has two enclosed beer gardens which are perfect for passing a relaxing afternoon away in the summer.  In the colder months you will find a roaring fire in the fireplace with customers sat around enjoying the atmosphere and hospitality.

Naburn is a small county riverside village and civil parish in the historic city of York, North Yorkshire.  It lies on the eastern side of the river Ouse and has existed since Saxon times and after the Normans invaded Britain the village land was given to one of William the Conqueror's standard bearers.  Saint Matthews church was built in 1854 by the Victorians.

We take great pride in the food we serve - whether you are popping in for lunch or a 3-course meal we are sure The Blacksmiths will be a place you will want to keep coming back to.  We can also cater for our coeliac guests with separate fryers and our soups and sauces are  made with gluten free flour and stocks.


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