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The King's Head, Huddersfield - pub details

King's Head

Address: St Georges Square, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD1 1JF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31949) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Huddersfield (0.2 miles), Lockwood (1.1 miles), Berry Brow (2 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Head of Steam, Huddersfield (0.0 miles), Crown Hotel, Huddersfield (0.1 miles), Wellington, Huddersfield (0.1 miles), Olde Hatte, Huddersfield (0.1 miles), Cherry Tree, Huddersfield (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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The King's Head is the better of the two pubs at the train station, in my opinion. A very basic interior. But, a great place for the real ale and cider drinker. Yesterday's selection was Bradfield Farmer's Blonde, Timothy Taylor Landlord & Golden Best, Magic Rock Ringmaster & Hat Trick, Vocation Pride & Joy, Moorhouse's Vanilla Stout. Ilkley Ruby Jane, Goose Eye Chinook & North Riding Mosaic Pale. The cider was Broadoak Draught and the perry was Abrahall's Cracklin' Rosie. Without a doubt one of Huddersfield's best pubs.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2019 20:04
My how station pubs in the UK have improved to be outstanding. Decorated or non-decorated in shabby chic style, it's a bare but pleasingly large space with a great number of excellent local ales on tap. The town's own Magic Rock brewery was represented as was Ilkley. Busy in advance of a Roses football fixture between the Terriers and Preston North End.
BoehmBawerk - 16 Apr 2017 06:21
The King's Head is at the other end of the station from the Head of Steam. The tiled interior of this place is much simpler than the Head Of Steam. But the ale and cider range is good. There are craft beers too. Drinkers spill out onto the large square in front of the station. The ale range on Saturday was Yorkshire Dales Fors Abbaye, Small World Thunderbridge Stout, Golcar Dark Mild, Abbeydale Red, Wit and Blue, JW Lees Kaleidoscope, Church End Goat's Milk, Timothy Taylor Landlord & Golden Best & Bradfield Farmer's Blonde. Ciders were Burnards Oakey Dokey & Pulp Damson Cider. Needless to say, it's handy when catching a train. Although you may just miss it!
blue_scrumpy - 25 Jul 2016 20:33
Half way through a great, painfully slow, re-furb. So far so good.
Watch this space. Still great beer.
Richardhuddleston - 31 Jul 2015 22:31
Like previous reviewers this was our last pub before the train home and I would agree that it is basically one huge square room with a small stage at the back but there is also a side room which although not as interesting may be a little more "cosy" ? Anyway, again like many pubs in town - a great selection of beer (we tried Bradfield Farmer's Blond which is a nice easy-drinking golden ale) Very busy at 7pm on a Saturday - probably a mix of people coming into town for the evening and those; like us, heading home. There is no doubt tat it has the feel of a large station waiting room and that,of course,is exactly what it was/now is but don't be put off - the beer is good and it is perfect for the train! ps I'm not sure if they already do this but beer take-outs would be handy for the journey home!
mcroyal - 15 Dec 2013 12:53

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