A warm welcome awaits you

The Four Alls is a stone built traditional style pub located in the center of the quiet picturesque village of Ovington, North Yorkshire.  We are just 2 miles north of the A66 - very easy to find and we cater for everybody, from our friends locally and from surrounding villages to the all year round tourists and visitors to the area.

Dave and Christine took over the newly refurbished pub just last year and have already stamped their mark, making The Four Alls a cozy and friendly ‘home-from-home'.

We serve home cooked delicious food most evenings and lunchtimes and our very popular Sunday lunches are the stuff dreams are made of.

Good stuff to know

Real Ales

We always have an ever changing selection of intriguing and tasty
locally brewed ales.

Home Cooked Food

Wonderful food, freshly cooked with local ingredients and a whole lotta love by Christine and her team.

Dog Friendly

We love dogs so well behaved dogs are welcome as long as they are friendly and well controlled.

Beer Garden

For sunny days or just for the fresh air we have a private and pleasant beer garden at the rear


Take a look at our photos - Better still come and visit us soon!

The Four Alls

Welcome one and all

Real Ales

Changing most weeks

Pleasant Dining Areas

Lovely home cooked food

Dave & Chris

A Great, Hardworking Team

Lovely Rural Location

Get away from the hustle and bustle

One of our Menu Boards

Always changing - great home cooked food!

Cozy & welcoming

Perfect for a quiet evening out

View From Above

Or rather from our 'upstairs' snug

Beer Garden

Perfect for those sunny days

Here’s a short Video

A quick look at The Four Alls from the air

Opening Hours

Our opening hours are:
Mondays - Closed
Tuesdays - Closed
Wednesdays - Evening
Thursdays - Lunchtime & Evening
Fridays - Lunchtime & Evening
Saturdays - Lunchtime & Evening
Sundays - Lunchtime

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