The Three Greyhounds Inn, Great Asby CA16 6EX
A warm welcome awaits from
& all at the Three Greyhounds.
In spite of the small size of the village, Great Asby is lucky enough to have retained its pub: The Three Greyhounds Inn.
Located in the centre of the village, just across the beck from St Peter’s Church, it is a traditional, unspoilt country pub.
The building dates from 1707 and has been a public house since at least the early 1800’s.
Its beamed ceiling, stone flagged floor and original iron range fireplace make for a welcoming atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. Indeed we very much welcome visiting cyclists and walkers, with or without their (well behaved) dogs.
As a free house, amongst our full range of drinks, we always have at least one real ale on hand pump, and pride ourselves on maintaining its quality.
Winter opening hours (from 1 November 2018):
Monday – Closed all day.
Tuesday – Closed all day.
Wednesday to Friday:
– Daytime 11:00 to 15:00
– Evening 18:00 to 22:00
Saturday – Open all day, 12:00 to 23:00.
Sunday – Open all day, 12:00 to 21:00.
Traditional pub games are on offer, with participation and sociability our principal objective. We have a pool table, dart board (and pub darts team), and can offer dominoes for those who prefer to sit and relax.
We also hold regular Fun Quizzes in aid of charity on the last Thursday of the month. Whilst a “squad” of local residents provides a team to take part in a local pub quiz league. We don’t always win, but we do enjoy ourselves.
We are experimenting with live music in the form of ‘Open Mic Nights‘ on the second Wednesday of the month. Singers, musicians and poets are all very welcome.
Walkers are welcome, be they local strollers or serious ramblers.
We are on the northern most section of the Dales High Way, roughly midway between Newbiggin-on-Lune and Appleby-in-Westmorland.
Cyclists – We are also a favourite for those cycling in the Westmorland dales.
We are on the Lakes & Dales Loop, the Pennine Cycleway -North Pennines (aka “National Route 68”); and a stone’s throw off Wiggo’s Way, an increasingly popular part of the C2C Cycle Route designed to commemorate Sir Bradley Wiggins’ victory in the 2013 Tour of Britain.