Phil's World Pub Guides - North Yorkshire, UK

Pub Comments Location
Cavendish Arms Conveniently located round the corner from the steam railway, the Cavendish Arms is a very pleasant three-roomed traditional pub serving quality real ales and fine food.
Last visited June 2014
Duke of York This pleasant old multi-roomed traditionally decorated pub serves a couple of real ales. The Sunday carvery is rather good.
Last visited July 2008
Railway Tavern A plain 2 sided boozer, packed with friendly locals and tourists. Quality real ales and very good food.
Last visited May 2012.
By the station.
The Crown A pleasant friendly pub with two bars plus a restaurant. Real ales include Theakston's Old Peculier. The warmth of the real fire was particularly welcome after a walk up Pen-y-Ghent.
Last visited November 2008.
Wetherspoon's Resolution A large busy Wetherspoon's on two floors.
Last visited May 2017.
Bay Horse Inn A plain ordinary local's pub, serving spot on beer.
Last visited May 2012.
Royal Oak A large open front bar area plus a restaurant to the rear with some splendid carved wood panelling and a fine fireplace. Excellent ales from local brewers, and the carvery is highly recommended.
Last visited November 2008.
Coopers An ordinary station bar, but it's got a Cask Marque badge so worth a visit. Shockingly high prices, higher even than at London terminii.
Last visited April 2013.
Minster Inn A small front bar with a counter, plus three side rooms served from the end of the bar. A fine selection of perfectly kept ales served by a friendly landlord. Check out the al fresco gents!
Last visited April 2003
York Tap This fine old building (What was it?) on Platform 4 includes a stained glass dome. It is divided in two by an island bar serving an enormous range of cask and keg beers. For some reason if you order a craft keg beer it comes in a poncy goblet instead of a proper pint glass.
Last visited May 2017.

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