This family run pub was built in 1836 and is situated next to Grosmont Railway Station.
We have a traditional bar and a separate dining room. Diners can choose to have a meal in the bar, dining room or on the patio area outside the front of the pub and watch the Steam Trains arrive and depart Grosmont Station.
Situated in the village of Grosmont, the Station Tavern is ideal for the visitor wishing to take full advantage of the beautiful countryside of the North Yorkshire Moors with many footpaths for the keen walkers to explore the wonderful scenic parts we have in this area.
The famous and picturesque fishing port of Whitby is easily reached by the local bus service, Esk Valley train or now the North Yorkshire Moors railway.
Grosmont is the last overnight stay before the final destination for the many Coast to Coast walkers. Situated just 15 miles from Robin Hoods Bay. The walkers can relax and enjoy our Fine cask ales and delicious home cooked food while they share stories of the walk that they have done so far.
Packed lunches are available.
Grosmont is also the northern terminus for the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, a preserved Steam railway, which travels through some breath taking scenery to reach Pickering some 18 miles away. North Yorkshire Moors Railway have now included some services to Whitby by Steam Train.
Special events are held on the railway at certain times of the year such as steam and diesel galas.