Tadcaster hotels listed below are either in the town or
we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Tadcaster.
We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation.
Tadcaster is a market town dating
back many hundreds of years. Midway between York, Selby and Wetherby,
Tadcaster lies just off the A64 road, which bypasses it to the
south, leading to the A1. During the Roman period, its quarries
supplied stone for the great military fortress at York. Today,
ale is its principal export, brewed by three nationally famous
local companies in a centuries old tradition. Samuel Smith is
much the smallest of these breweries and alone retains its copper
vessels, wooden casks and stone Yorkshire squares. Samuel Smith
keeps grey Shire horses stabled at the brewery for local beer
deliveries.The Old Brewery at Tadcaster was founded in 1758 and
is Yorkshires oldest brewery. Tadcaster Castle is a damaged
earthwork motte and bailey, with traces of the surrounding ditch.
The site has a dense cover of trees, which makes it best viewed
in winter. Also see Tadcaster &