The Chestnut Horse Inn can be found nestled in the very rural and quiet village of Kelk on the edge of East Yorkshire's famous Yorkshire Wolds. Kelk sits roughly halfway between Driffield and Brdlington, with the Yorkshire Coast just a few miles away. 
From as early as the 1700's the pub has been known to be a Coaching House, and with former landed gentry was used for court hearings against village folk for crimes against the locals and their community. 
Rumour has it that one gamekeeper was sentenced to death at the pub following his crimes against fellow persons for theft and poaching! 
More recently the pub has been famed for its pies and the chef who created the whole concept and brought the idea to life, Lucy Scrivens, has now returned to emulate her previous times there. 
In 2014 Lucy was proud to be awarded 'Britains Best Pub Pie' by celebrity chefs! 
Kevin and Lucy's vision for the Chestnut Horse is an old fashioned pub complete with roaring log fire and log burner to keep the pub cosy, with ample and comfortable seating, and where everyone is made to feel welcome. 
Their philosophy is to serve good food and local real ale, along with top quality meals featuring her award winning pies, which are all fresh and individually homemade. 
"We don't do the fast and furious... we don't cover things in bells and whistles... what we do is give our customers a warm Yorkshire welcome, provide good homemade food, great local beers and good 'banter' from our staff." 
Why not give the Chestnut Horse a try? 
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