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The Courthouse Station, Barnsley - pub details

Courthouse Station

Address: 24 Regent Street, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S70 2HG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22507) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Barnsley (0.1 miles), Darton (3.2 miles), Dodworth (3.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of the Courthouse Station, Barnsley

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Impressive building near to Barnsley Interchange. It is spacious inside and as the previous reviewer states, it's similar to a Wetherspoon's and is even complete with upstairs toilets. Customers were of the older variety on my visit too. There are only keg options available - Carling, Carling Black Fruits, Stowford Press, Fosters, John Smith's Extra Smooth, Guinness, Caffrey's, Pravha, Coors Light & Stella Artois. Not the best start to a crawl of Barnsley pubs and clubs that I had not previously visited. If in the area, I would recommend a visit to the Jolly Tap Real Ale Café in a shopping arcade not too far from the Courthouse. It's certainly one of the best, if not the best choice in the town.
blue_scrumpy - 25 Sep 2019 20:30
Like many Wetherspoons premises (which it is not) here we have a large distinguished old building kept accessible to the public even as it crumbles. Its former grandeur can still be espied through the delapidation.

Clientele overwhelmingly older blokes when I was there. Big sports TVs on the walls, some lively banter, and a particularly bland pint of John Smith's.
FannyBlancmange - 26 Jan 2015 10:00
No ale to be seen on my visit this week - the place reminded me a bit of a Wetherspoons!
Quinno - 1 Aug 2009 15:45
A large town centre pub, with a modern, open plan interior. There is a substantial horse-shoe shaped drinking area,including a raised section opposite the bar. The high ceiling makes it feel roomy and spacious. Unfortunately, the music competing with several large screen TV's, tuned to Sky, negated the calm atmosphere.
Two real ales on my visit: Caledonian '80 Shillings' and Theakstons 'Black Bull'. The '80 Shillings' was pretty average, but served at a decent temperature.
Bar staff were friendly, if not very efficient. (No idea who to serve next, even when it wasn't busy).
Seems to attract a mixed clientele.
On balance, a slightly better ambience than the nearby 'Gatehouse', although the beer quality bears no comparison.
aleandhearty - 15 Sep 2007 11:06
Good food, great beers, fanstatic staff.
minty4007 - 4 Sep 2005 17:29

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