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The Beulah, Leeds - pub details

Address: Tong Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS12 5EP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39514) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bramley - West Yorkshire (1.3 miles), New Pudsey (2.4 miles), Cottingley (2.5 miles)

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Not closed, for some reason it is closed Monday and Tuesday.
Cibalia - 19 Dec 2010 12:44
Now, sadly, closed. Not the best pub in the world when it was open, but not the worst. The only remotely walkable pub that you'd want to go to from the Farnley/Post Hill area.


Cell - 17 Sep 2010 13:42
This very large pub stands alone at the head of a valley commanding a great view along Cockersdale. It is old, being mentioned as a Census station in early censuses for Farnley.

I worked here in the heatwave of inflationary 1976, when the customers were five-deep at the bar every night. Nowadays the customers are few. The strictness of drink driving laws is certainly a factor as the pub is comparitively remote. The layout and decor has been messed about with over the years, but it is no better or worse than it used to be, except that the windows have all been replaced with WHITE plastic frames, which clash terribly with the building and interior decor. They have also again covered over the fireplace where a child's skeleton was discovered which gave the reutation of the pub being haunted and a child's sobs being heard. Can they leave nothing alone?

What about the beer? Well they boast having cask Tetley (big deal), but it is never on when I am there as the inexperienced staff don't know how to "attach" it. The other bitters are cooled (aargh!).

I still pop in there, but I cannot take my eyes of those window frames. The barman's mock cheery "alright mate?" grates against my memory of when one was greeted by "Good evening sir".
Cibalia - 22 Mar 2010 13:50

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