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Iconic pub and hotel The Londesborough closing for revamp and to be named The George Inn

A picture thought to be in the 1970s shows the public house and hotel housed in the market square of Selby

A picture thought to be in the 1970s shows the public house and hotel housed in the market square of Selby

The Londesbrough Hotel of Selby is a 15th century coaching inn which has stood for hundreds of years. It has a been a hub in the heart of Selby for decades. It has hosted weddings, proms, school discos and many events for the people of Selby. Many people will have enjoyed their first ever tipple there on a night out in Selby. 

The Londesborough is a meeting place for residents and visitors alike. It has also housed hundreds of thousands of guests over many years.

The Londesborough is a meeting place for residents and visitors alike. It has also housed hundreds of thousands of guests over many years.

It has now been announced that as of Sunday 22nd of January, It will close to undergo extensive refurbishments.  

This follows on from Kans revamp which has already started and closed its doors for the last time on 1st January. 

The most surprising announcement is that It will change its name to the George Inn Selby. We are still awaiting further information on this. 

A night view alongside the Abbey. 

A night view alongside the Abbey. 

A promotional poster advertising the Closing Party

A promotional poster advertising the Closing Party

More to follow... 

Goodbye the Londesborough hello The George Inn

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