The History

The Hack and Spade was founded as far as we know in 1806.

Originally called Oddfellows, back then it would have been a tiny two up two down Georgian ale house.

Later in 1846 it was extended and re named The Hack and Spade after the quarries that had opened up around the Holmedale area – a Hack being a small pick used in the quarries.

Then becoming a parlour pub and in the 1960’s and 70’s, it even had a shop.

In later years became a restaurant and in 2012 after renovation and refurbishment became the Bed and Breakfast it is today.

Room Amenities

The rooms are all en-suite, have king size or a super king beds and include:

Free Parking on Premises

We have a private carpark at the side of the building.

32" Flat Screen TV

with Freeview

Rainfall Showers

Aromatherapy Associated Products, Bath Robes & Hairdryer

A Selection of Fair-Trade Teas

A cafetiere with freshly ground coffee & a cordless kettle

Free WiFi

Some comments from our guests

A beautiful B&B in a quiet location not far from A66 and perfect for a visit to Catterick races

Very quiet place, perfect, beautifully furnished, 6ft bed and great views

Superb B&B a four night stay did not disappoint

Lovely B&B for our wedding anniversary stay

Top notch quiet country venue