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Montpellier, Harrogate - pub details

Montpellier

Address: 14 Montpellier Parade, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 2TG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37873) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Harrogate (0.3 miles), Hornbeam Park (1.3 miles), Starbeck (2 miles)

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It's hard to give an accurate review from one visit.. We sat at one of the 3 or 4 small tables outside on a mild late autumn day, admiring the spectacular fall leaf colours. I think it is the stripped pine inside that accounts for the "canteen" feel. From the outside you expect dark panelling and nooks and crannies, when infact it is totally opposite... Beers + Ciders were 2 from Timothy Taylor (Landlord & another, possibly Golden Best), Sharps Doom Bar and Somersby Cider. I had the Landlord which was a nice, well kept pint... We were actually on our way to the pump house to taste the natural spring water, but that was actually quite dissapointing. I seem to remember Cheltenham having a very alkaline water you can taste in a beautiful building, and at Buxton it just flows continually from "The slopes" with locals filling up any available vessel. The Pump house at Harrogate was poorly signed, and was just a small museum with a putrid looking tap round the back and a sign saying "Do not drink - not fit for human consumption"!
Barrow_Beer_Hunter - 21 Nov 2016 15:33
Went in later but I can see what the other reviewers mean, although no smell of chips or vinegar at 2.30/3.00. Older clientele, couples, nice atmosphere. Worth a visit but would probably eat at Weatherspoons as food fairly, all relative, pricey, £9-£12.
car1953 - 26 Feb 2016 22:09
Transformed from the cosy John Smith's pub I once remember, this pub seems to cater mainly for the many passing shoppers and visitors looking to stoke up with food. There was Black Sheep, Daleside Legover and Timmy Taylors Landlord on "the sticks" - the Sheep being reasonably kept but nothing wonderful. Friendly landlord and attractive bar staff.
JBGatelad - 16 Dec 2009 10:13
A long thin pub which is a bit too hot and a bit over-priced. The atmosphere is a bit like a chip shop with dining in facilites, there is a strong smell of chips and vinegar. It is however efficiently staffed. The decor is modern with stripped pine in a cafe like-setting, that is to say there are brown plastic Sarsons vinegar bottles and brown place mats at every table. Customers generally drink mass produced lager or smooth while waiting for their Fish'N'Chips. Cask ales from Courage, John Smiths and, fortunately, Daleside, as well as a wide range of keg beers.

anonymous - 13 Jun 2009 12:27

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