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Crown Inn, Knaresborough - pub details

Crown Inn

Address: 71-75 High Street, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, HG5 0HB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37658) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Knaresborough (0.1 miles), Starbeck (1.6 miles), Harrogate (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.0/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of Crown Inn, Knaresborough

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One big room of a spoons with a J shaped bar towards the back. 12 hand pumps on the bar, all were occupied but there was only 6 ales on. Abbot ale, Greene King IPA, Roosters Red State, Roosters Yankee and Roosters 25th anniversary Pale Ale and Sonnet 43 Athenaeum. I went for the red state at 2.25 and it was in decent condition. Canvases on the wall of pictures of knaresborough and a sculpture in a corner of the room of a face with a hand protruding out of the top of its head with a butterfly in its palms. A reasonably comfortable spoons with dim lighting, it's a bit awkward how they have these pillars placed around the walk towards the bar so you can't properly look around and you have to dodge then when walking towards the bar. Place itself was about half full when I came in on a Sunday with a few regulars having a drink and a chat about what happened the night before and what not and families eating. Not a bad place but doesn't stand out in terms of spoons which I've been to.
Wezzielad - 14 Jan 2018 17:46
A Saturday visit with the wife to this large & internally attractive 'spoons during an afternoon of pub ticking in Knaresborough.

We arrived around 3pm and it was packed already, no problem getting served however as there was ample staff on, not something you normally associate with a 'spoons.

A dozen hand pumps, but only 6 ales on, with the choice being mainly all national ales, I chose a bottle of Black Sheep's Pathmaker @ 5.6% from the extensive bottle menu.

Really surprised no one has posted a review since this pub had been taken over by Wetherspoon's, its a busy pub with everyone seeming like locals to me. Loads of tables and chairs and plenty of seating options. To the side is a small patio garden complete with a mural of a summer garden, a nice touch.

I like this pub and would recommend it.
lezford - 2 Jul 2016 23:38
This pub will be reopening soon as a Wetherspoons.
nedsram - 3 Mar 2014 21:40
Large sports led youngsters pub. Unwelcoming and not particularly clean. Lager and spirit drinkers only and only recommend if u want to watch the football
pubdweller - 31 Jan 2012 05:00
Large pub located towards the bottom end of the High Street. Great if you like loud music and fizzy beer. If you like ale, Smiths is the closest option. Popular on a Saturday night but not for me.
DuchyBoy - 21 Mar 2011 14:17

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