Welcome to The Half Moon Inn

Strensall, York North Yorkshire

Sam and the team welcome you to The Half Moon Inn, situated in the heart of Strensall. We pride ourselves on our warm welcoming atmosphere, serving good quality drinks and food to both the local community and visitors to the village. We are a dog friendly pub and have a cafe open Monday's, Thursday's, Friday's and Saturday's. So please join us for a drink and bring your best friend along...

The pub was rebuilt in 1803 which replaced a much older building, which had its own brew house and kiln.
Back to the present day, we have both BT and Sky sports showing over 4 large screens in the back sports bar.
To the front, we have our lounge. A place to sit and relax with a perfectly poured drink and maybe a bite to eat.

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

Forthcoming Events

At The Half Moon Inn

Leeds United v Leicester City (Football League)

Leeds United v Leicester City (Football League)

Coverage of the Championship match from Elland Road, as the teams meet for the second time this season. The Whites inflicted a rare home defeat upon the Foxes in the reverse fixture last November, with a 58th-minute goal from Georginio Rutter being enough to see them take the spoils with a 1-0 win

Bournemouth v Manchester City (Premier League)

Bournemouth v Manchester City (Premier League)

Coverage of the Premier League match from Vitality Stadium, where the Cherries will look to put a halt to a terrible sequence of results against the Citizens, which has seen them lose every single match since they were promoted to the top flight in 2015, including a 6-1 loss at Etihad Stadium last November

Chelsea v Liverpool (EFL Cup)

Chelsea v Liverpool (EFL Cup)

Coverage of the final from Wembley Stadium, where the Premier League teams contest the first domestic trophy of the campaign. A shock had looked to be on the cards when Chelsea lost 1-0 in the first leg of their semi-final away to Middlesbrough, but they soon assuaged the fears of their fans by scoring four goals in the first-half of the second leg at Stamford Bridge, and going on to win 6-2 on aggregate. In contrast, Liverpool registered a 2-1 win at home to Fulham in the first leg of their semi-final, and took an early lead in the second leg at Craven Cottage, and despite conceding an equaliser on the night progressed to the final with a 3-2 aggregate victory