COVID19 Guidance 


To help ensure the health and safety of our customers and staff, and in line with Government Guidelines, we have had to update some restrictions;  

  • All guests must wear face masks upon arrival and during their visit unless you are sat at a table, this includes walking through the business to toilets or leaving the building.


  • Although reservations aren’t required, we do recommend that you do book either on our website, telephone or email to ensure that you aren’t disappointed.

  • Table bookings inside the Restaurant are limited to 6 guests from the same household, 6 guests from different household will be allowed only in the garden area! Last food orders will be 21.00 pm to ensure time to prepare and eat before closing at 22.00 pm. Last drinks orders will be 22:00pm and the pub will be fully closed by 23.00pm! 

  • All guests will have to provide their details in our website/in the note book at the main entrance or by using the NHS COVID-19 app. There will be a QR code located at our host point for you to scan! We kindly ask all the guests to please download the NHS Track and Trace app prior to attending our premise.


  • As usual our dining guests will enjoy full table service. Whether you are inside or outside, we will take your order at the table & bring your food and drinks to you. No one will be allowed to the bar to order under any circumstances!


  • Due to the additional cleaning requirements between services, we will advise sittings to be limited to 2 hours to give our staff time to keep the environment safe for everyone.


  • Although we still accept all forms of payments, we would appreciate it if you could use contactless payments where possible.

  • We have provided hand sanitizer throughout the restaurant. Please use them regularly and let any staff member know if any need replacing.


  • Access to the toilet facilities have to be restricted to one person at a time. If you are sitting at the same table two people may use the facilities at the same time.


We appreciate that all these restrictions can be a bit confusing until we are all used to them but with everyone’s co-operation we can all stay safe and healthy.

The Yorkshire Rose Team