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The Jug Inn, Chapel Haddlesey - pub details

Address: Chapel Haddlesey, Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 8QQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26909) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hensall (2.1 miles), Whitley Bridge (2.5 miles), Snaith (4.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.1/10 (rated by 15 users)
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other pubs nearby:

George and Dragon, West Haddlesey (1.1 miles), Sloop Inn, Temple Hirst (1.5 miles), Wheatsheaf Inn, Burn (1.7 miles)

 

user reviews of the Jug Inn, Chapel Haddlesey

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We usually visit the Hungry Fox in Beal but this pub is not much further away. We decided to try a different place and our Nephew told us that the Jug inn was very nice. Our meal was lovely this is such a cosy little place, a real hidden gem is what my husband said and i have to agree.
malory - 26 Nov 2011 22:34
Called into this pub after a recommendation from a friend who uses it regularly. Was welcomed by a very friendly older gentleman who I assume to be the landlord. He was offering a lovely range of real ales (Black Sheep and a dark mild with Wakatu by everards and a Theakstons). Tried the theakstons and the sheep, the latter being the best i've tasted in yorkshire! I sat in a very full dining room and ordered from a comprehensive menu. The food was served in good time and was nothing short of outstanding! I was also led to believe that the chef that evening was not the regular guy but one of the owners. Full marks! The place was small but buzzing with a lovely jovial atmosphere. If more pubs and restaurants utilised this particular pubs strategy then there would certainly NOT be so many closing. Full marks again to the Jug. Outstanding!
tonygraham - 3 Aug 2011 23:14
A nicely located pub, recent changed hands. Previous vists were enjoyable, choosing from a limited supply of real ales accompanied by good pub grub style food.
The new owners appear to be offering more choice on the ale front, along with a more ambitious menu - it bodes well and I look forward to more visits.
coverpoint - 27 Apr 2010 11:24
well, looking at the comments its over 3 years since i last visited the jug, back then it was quiet, there were only 1 or two real ales (volume brands) and the food was okay. What a surprise i got on returning recently. There are now three real ales on regular rotation with a regular that according to their knowledgable beer expert, is usually Black sheep, but they are experimenting with some real classics, the Tetley's Mild is outstanding and the rotated ales and a quick scan of the ales board shows that there is some really good ale passing through this pub. The real change here though is the food, some creative fusion dishes and although probably not the cheapest in this area was outstanding, much busier than i remember as well with two likeable, charming and friendly hosts. we were so impressed that we turned up for Sunday lunch the following weekend only to be disappointed that we could get a table for the next four hours. Make sure you book for sunday lunch, it was packed to the rafters when we went. Very nice place that makes us think we may be venturing over this way more often
thetwococks - 17 Apr 2010 00:20
Nice pub.
Nice people.
Nice food.

Try it yourself!
BobbyTupper - 25 Mar 2010 11:48

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