Now, when you walk into the FREEMASON’S, you will enter a much more open brighter Pub. The interior has been completely gutted and almost everything has been replaced from furniture, fridges, to the bars and even the floors and lighting. While the interior has an updated look, the original charm and character has been retained.
The revamped Freemason’s Tavern will be a great place to eat, drink and socialise for locals and visitors alike. A classic country pub with quality food and great customer service, able to compliment all that Beverley has to offer. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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