Set just outside the market town of Snaith looking out over the fields of East Cowick, The Pig Inn is a splendid place to spend the night whether you be on business or pleasure. Equipped with a comprehensive bar and proper good grub our restaurant provides an ample environment to unwind. Once you've had your fill of refreshments and need to get some rest our rooms give you a warm and cosy space to really relax.



Our Policies


There is ample parking for our patrons.


Strictly no smoking inside, smoking is permitted in all outside areas.​


We do allow dogs & encourage in the bar area or outside areas. 

Room cancellation policy

The Peppered Pig requires three days notice prior to arrival to be entitled to a full refund. With two days notice prior to arrival we are happy to move you’re booking to an alternative date. After this point you lose all entitlemen​

Accepted Credit Cards

Accepted credits cards are Visa, Mastercard and Amex. Unfortunately we will not be accepting Diners International.

Booking a table/or room

We insist on you calling us and speaking to one of our very helpful staff if you are making a booking for the same day whether it is for the restaurant or the hotel. The reason being is that we get very busy indeed and sometimes don't have the time to check every email during our busy periods. Many thanks for your cooperation.

19 miles from The Pig Inn is York, York is a cathedral city and unitary authority area, at the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Foss, in England. The city has long-standing buildings and structures, such as a minstercastle and ancient city walls.

It is the head city of historic Yorkshire and was a county corporate, outside of the county's council and the ridingsCity of York Council is a unitary authority responsible for providing all local services and facilities throughout the city and rural areas around the outside of the old city boundaries. The city is in ceremonial North Yorkshire and a non-constituent member of the Leeds city region.

The city was founded by the Romans as Eboracum in 71 AD. It became the capital of the Roman province of Britannia Inferior, and later of the kingdoms of DeiraNorthumbria and Jórvík. In the Middle Ages, York grew as a major wool trading centre and became the capital of the northern ecclesiastical province of the Church of England, a role it has retained. In the 19th century, York became a major hub of the railway network and a confectionery manufacturing centre, a status it maintained well into the 20th century. During the Second World War, York was bombed as part of the Baedeker Blitz. Although less affected by bombing than other northern cities, several historic buildings were gutted and restoration efforts continued into the 1960s.

1.8 miles from The Pig Inn Carlton Towers in the parish of Carlton, 5 miles (8 km) south-east of Selby,[2] North Yorkshire, England, is a very large Grade I listed country house, in the Victorian Gothic-revival style, and is surrounded by a 250-acre park.

The house was re-built to its present form in 1873–5 by Henry Stapleton, 9th Baron Beaumont (1848–1892), whose father Miles Stapleton, 8th Baron Beaumont (1805–1854) had in 1840 inherited the title Baron Beaumont, in abeyance since 1507. His architect was Edward Welby Pugin, who "encased and incorporated" the earlier manor house dating from 1614 into a larger structure. He sold much of the estate to finance the building work. The 9th Baron died of pneumonia, without issue, and it passed to his younger brother the 10th Baron. The house is now the property of the 10th Baron's great-grandson Edward Fitzalan-Howard, 18th Duke of Norfolk, 13th Baron Beaumont (born 1956) of Arundel Castle in Sussex, who has allowed it to become the home of his younger brother. Lord Gerald Fitzalan-Howard (born 1962). The main parts of the house are available for hire for wedding receptions and other events. Carlton Towers has a lovely Sunday market.