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Bulls Head Hotel, Sheffield - pub details

Address: 396 Fulwood Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 3GD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14042) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sheffield (2.7 miles), Dore (3.3 miles), Darnall (5 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Ranmoor Inn, Sheffield (0.0 miles), Fulwood Inn, Sheffield (0.2 miles), Rising Sun, Nether Green (0.4 miles), Plough Inn, Sheffield (0.5 miles), Sportsman, Sheffield (0.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of Bulls Head Hotel, Sheffield

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The Bull's Head has experienced a total transformation of late and that can only be a good thing, because this pub is the jewel-in-the-crown of leafy Ranmoor.

Mine hosts Jill and Chris appear to have got the blend just right, making the 'Bully' THE place to catch up on live sport - showing sports in high definition via Sky and ESPN - relax on a lazy Sunday afternoon or enjoy a few pints on a Friday night.

The pub is immaculate, comfortable and the vibe chilled. Once you've settled in you really don't want to rush home. The food is excellent and the chicken wings are very reasonably priced.

There is usually a range of real ales and it's nice to have an alternative to Strongbow cider; the Bull's Head have Thatcher's cider on tap.

So if you've not ventured into the 'Bully' for some time, why not step inside and see for yourself the hard work Chris, Jill and team have put in making this popular pub an even better place to socialise, watch sport, read a paper or enjoy some good quality food and ale.
Ousetunes - 8 May 2012 09:23
Still struggling a bit. It's changed hands about 4 times in the past 18 months and it only seems to be kept going by a few diehard locals. The new landlady has her heart in the right place but I think it will keep struggling whilst Enterprise are screwing so much rent out of the tenants. Being so close to two very good and established real ale pubs doesn't help
dodgy - 6 Mar 2010 19:17
Depending on your direction of travel - I would settle for the Rising Sun less than half a mile further out of the city on the same road or the Ranmoor Inn back a couple of hundred yards towards the city. The Bulls Head is dominated by two large TVs and one armed bandit - these can on occasion distract the bar staff from the duties normally expected of them. Friendly enough place a reasonable number of real ales - although on my last two visits two of the ales were sold out so it was only the mainstream Deuchars etc left. Not necessarily a bad thing. Parking outside is difficult - they have built a patio area over the carpark bays and parking is limited or illegal around the road area outside.
Thirsty_Jonny - 14 Apr 2008 14:06
I visited this pub yesterday evening with a friend. When we walked in we were made to feel as though we were interrupting the staff who were chatting and with great effort and attitude we were served. At the end of the evening we were finishing our drinks and were rather rudely told that we must drink up in 2 minutes or our drinks would go down the sink. Fine attitude. Neadless to say I will not be visiting this place again. I would only recommend this place if you want to witness rudeness at its very best
tug - 12 Jul 2007 10:52
Unfortunately this pub has gone down dramitically since Graham the previous landlord left and it now looks grubby although it had a recent facelift!!!

It missed an opportunity when the Ranmoor Inn closed for a few days for a re-furb to win back its early bar business as when we popped in for a pint the staff were hopeless and they had run out of what seemed like all the beers- we actually left without having a drink and went to the West 10 wine bar!!

Sad news for what used to be an excleent boozer
raffles38 - 25 Jun 2007 12:02

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