The Greyhound is a pretty little whitewashed pub next to the Norman church in the ancient village of Saxton, near Tadcaster. Converted from a farmhouse and barn sometime in the 19th century, it comprises three small rooms connected by a long corridor. The smallest, where the drinks are dispensed, has a flagstone floor and an open fire, the middle room is a cosy and charming snug; the end room, the largest, is a simply furnished parlour.
The Greyhound is the hub of village life where local notices are displayed, sporting trophies are shown off and villagers gather to mull over the issues of the day. Visitors are made welcome by the friendly publicans.
The courtyard at the front of the pub has numerous picnic tables and is a favourite spot in summer when the pub has a bright floral display. To the north of the village is Towton, in 1461 the site of one of the bloodiest battles of the War of the Roses.
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