Finghall is a village in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England, about 7 miles west of Bedale and about 4 miles east of Leyburn. The church is dedicated to St. Andrew.

The village pub is the Queen’s Head. The willows that line the beck to the north of the village, of which there is a good view from the dining room and terrace of the pub, are said to have inspired Kenneth Grahame to write ‘The Wind in the Willows’. (The village to the east is called Newton le Willows.)

Places to Eat


Things to Do

Dog Friendly Places to Eat

The Wyvill Arms – request that you sit either in the bar itself (where there are two tables either side of the fire) or in the Bistro area (where you will find booths and tables as you enter the pub). They also allow dogs in their residential accommodation.

The Wensleydale Heiffer –  You can dine with your dog in either our bar or snug.

Crab and Lobster –  Unfortunately they do not allow dogs in the restaurant or hotel, however they do have an outdoor seating area where your dog is welcome.

The Saddle Room – The Saddle room are very pet friendly they love our little furry friends! More than welcome to bring them along and dine within the Bar area.
If you would like to make a booking, please don’t hesitate to give them a call not forgetting to mention Fido so they can allocate a lovely table in the bar.