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Templar Hotel, Leeds - pub details

Templar Hotel

Address: 2 Templar Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 7NU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35921) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Leeds (0.6 miles), Burley Park (2 miles), Headingley (2.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 17 users)
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I quite liked this place. It felt a little off the beaten track. But it has a lovely exterior and inside there was a friendly welcome and many friendly locals. The pub has a real, traditional feel. Ales were Tetley Cask, Abbeydale Moonshine, Acorn Barnsley Bitter, Bradfield Farmer's Blonde, York Yorkshire Terrier, Greene King Amplified Radio X Gold, Copper Dragon Golden Pippin & Kirstall Three Swords. Just the ticket.
blue_scrumpy - 3 Jul 2017 19:11
A great pub in Leeds. The prices are good, especially around Leeds city centre. Theres a great atmosphere of old mates meeting up here and having a laught. It does a good selection of ales which have tasted nice when I have been in. Never mind the Adelphi, give me this pub any day of the week.
Wezzielad - 1 Dec 2016 01:53
After a long day in Leeds I had 2 more pubs left to visit, after moving from the Palace I walked up Vicar Lane and into the Templar.

I was greeted by a mass of people all enjoying conversations and their beer. 8 hand pumps offering mainly local beers, I opted for a pint of Main Line from Settle Brewing Co @ 3.8%. As well as the ales they also had Brew Dog Punk IPA on tap, surprising to see in a pub like this.

Busy with a cracking friendly atmosphere again not the sort you would find in a city centre down south.

Original Burmantoff tiles adorn the outside wall.

This place really is a hidden gem and is a must for any ale drinker visiting Leeds, I personally would head to here then North if you are short of time. I'll be back soon.

lezford - 14 Jul 2014 17:00
Visited this pub for the first time last week and i was impressed. Good mix of customers and busy for a midweek evening. Traditional pub which had a good selection of ales, with seven pumps to choose from. I went for a Kelham Island Brewery ale, well kept. I will now be adding this to my list of go to places in the city.
anybody - 30 Mar 2013 09:03
I've only started visiting Leeds recently and this is a gem of a find. Traditional, busy and friendly at the times that I have visited, but the real attraction has been the beer.

Two beers stood out to me particularly: York Brewery Terrier and Kirkstall Pale Ale. Both were sublime, to die for, gorgeous, etc. But these beers always are good. The thing was that you could just tell the care that had gone into getting these beers into the cellar and out again at the highest possible quality. I can't put my finger on how I could tell, but you just can. Sometimes beers are really, really good. Occasionally they are EXCEPTIONAL! This pub sells exceptional beer.
brianrob1961 - 13 Aug 2012 15:41

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