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The Snickleway Inn, York - pub details

Snickleway Inn

Address: 47, Goodramgate, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 7LS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18978) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations York (0.6 miles), Poppleton (3.2 miles)

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user reviews of the Snickleway Inn, York

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A curiously named pub, with the usual olde features, nick nacks ghosts etc. From a beer menu mostly new to me I chose (according to my dodgy diary entry) a pint of Ridgeway Jail Break, (3.40). A pleasant pub but in my current cynical mood, barely above average.
Queenslander - 2 Sep 2016 22:26
Small and historic pub on one of York's main shopping thoroughfares. From what I could see, there was just one small bar. Ales were Theakston Black Bull Bitter, Adnams Ghost Ship, Jennings Sneck Lifter, Roosters Yankee & Yorkshire Heart Blackheart Stout. Cider was Westons Old Rosie. Another quality York pub which oozes character.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Jul 2014 14:22
Very traditional pub half way up Goodramgate.

Lots of nick nacks on display inside with a few old beer signs aswell.

5 pumps offering a range of ales from various breweries, 2 of them locales, I opted for a pint of Purple Moose Brewery Glaslyn Ale @ 4.2% and some chilli nuts, which were excellent and good value at 60p.

Busy Saturday afternoon crowd, mainly all locals.

Nice pub overall and slightly different to the others I had already visited in town.

lezford - 16 Apr 2014 13:56
Nice pub, with lots of history, dating back to the 1600's. Supposed to be very haunted, but don't let that put you off! Good ales served, including Roosters, Cask John Smiths. Didn't eat, but the menu looks interesting.
ahsund72 - 11 Nov 2013 11:59
Pleasantly quiet on an early sunny Sunday evening early in June. At least 5 real ales on the pumps. An histioric pub; a framed hand-written sheet just inside the door gives a little histiric info about the pub and its ghosts - a mostly benign bunch. A local brew, Rooster's Yankee, a pale ale, is going down well. Don't do food on a Sunday evening so off elsewhere after this one pint.
shaggyorigin - 2 Jun 2013 18:26

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