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The Grove Inn, Holbeck - pub details

Grove Inn

Address: Back Row, Holbeck, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 5PL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25599) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Leeds (0.2 miles), Burley Park (2.1 miles), Cottingley (2.4 miles)

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Fantastic traditional boozer with dart board, real ale, multiple rooms and regular live music. I only popped my head round some of the rooms but they looked cosy enough for those not interested in the band. I was luck enough to see Paul Middleton's Angst Band which apparently play there every third Thursday of the month - and what a treat that was, amazing stuff.
As well as the great music, the staff were very friendly and accommodating,and were happy to charge my phone when it ran out of juice. Great selection of ales (I think I counted 8 on), including Moorhouse Black Cat, Rooster's Yankee, and a pale beer from a brewery called "Ilkley" which i had not heard of before but the beer ("Mary Jane" I think) was wonderful.
dyyony - 22 May 2017 13:37
Traditional West Riding -Style pub, 4 rooms off a corridor which has the bar that also serves the room with the dartboard. Great old style rooms with real fires for the colder months. Good bar staff who poured my pint and straight away told me it was off and offered another ale straight away. Music not on tonight as the band had gone sick. My Ridgeside stargazer@5% was £3.80.
rpf1955 - 14 Jun 2016 16:04
Our next stop after Midnight Bell was this little hidden gem.

Very traditional pub that has survived the local development going on and with the amount people drinking here after work I’m not surprised.

Several different rooms inside with the bar to your left as you enter from Back Row.

Busy but the bar staff were both friendly & helpful…which you don’t always get in London.

8 taps serving a good range of ales.

With the sun beating down the addition of a garden to the side of the pub is very welcome.

Another cracking pub that is worth the walk out of town.
lezford - 14 Jul 2014 14:04
Wow! What an amazing pub, visited here last month. Great, well kept beer with knowledgeable staff. The rooms are something else, quite simply a proper pub.
Fulhampete - 6 Apr 2014 10:00
This museum piece of a pub is a 'must visit' if you like real ale and pubs of history and character. It is only a five minute walk from the train station and lies just outside the main Leeds city centre area.
It has a number of seperate rooms, all of which boast original Victorian features, whilst the bar was well stocked with plenty of beer choice from breweries far and wide, including a superbly kept offering from Bradfield Brewery in Sheffield.
Perhaps some of the 'features' could do with a spruce up, for instance some of the seating and carpets are getting threadbare, but don't let this stop you visiting this gem of a place and drinking your pint in front of a roaring fire - you can't go wrong.
SouthYorkshireman - 8 Dec 2013 23:00

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