Lovely pub ordered one cup of tea and tomato Juice and sandwiches wedges for 2 it took 50 minutes before we got drinks asked about food said yes on way now 5 minutes later we asked for a refund there exuse sorry opened lettuce had...More
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This is a very old pub which is accessible from two parallel streets and there is an alley way that separates the place. There is an abundance of history in this place and we were lucky enough to get a guided tour from the current...More
Dropped in here one late afternoon during our visit to Beverley and were immediately impressed by the ambience and quiet buzz of the place - so much nicer and more welcoming than TVs and piped music. There was an interesting range of local cask ales...More
Called in for drinks with friends on our city break first evening. Quirky layout with many old and fascinating features. Has a few separate rooms/bars off the central alleyway. I've been before and it was nice to show off its charms to our friends. Recommended.
Very tasty and steaming hot (is there anything worse than cold soup) homemade Vegetable Soup n a Sandwich washed down with a pinot, all delivered with a friendly welcoming service in relaxed informal surroundings. Dog friendly too 'bonus' Thankyou!
love this place, been in twice and will visit every time I return to Beverly from now on, lovely beer and a nice ambience with a real fire. Looking forward to using the beer garden this summer which affords a splendid view of the Beverley...More
Accessed via a back street alley....pleasantly surprised by the range of local Yorkshire real ales in a really old building. Not many guests at the time we visited (storm Doris). Young barmade was very pleasant and provided us with local recommendations for places to visit
A group of 15 or so of us, visited the Monk's walk for a meal a few weeks ago. So - the food was good, the beers were acceptable, the ambience was OK, they let us sing (we are a choir), the price was rigfht....More