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The Three Houses, Sandal - pub details

Three Houses

Address: 379 Barnsley Road, Sandal, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF2 6HW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31882) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sandal & Agbrigg (0.6 miles), Wakefield Kirkgate (1.7 miles), Wakefield Westgate (2.2 miles)

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user reviews of the Three Houses, Sandal

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I used to visit this place years ago and have enjoyed many a good pint there; however, very disappointed after a recent visit; average beer; insipid wine; outrageous prices (about £6.50 for a glass of wine and a soft drink!) Bar staff friendly and courteous; got the impression that the food is now more important than the beer
monty73 - 6 Oct 2011 11:18
The pub has gained ‘Casque Marque’ accreditation since my last visit. Beer quality seems more consistent.
aleandhearty - 25 Mar 2008 18:21
Large, historic roadside inn, undergoing something of a renaissance, under the new ownership. There are two drinking areas in the main bar, with a small room housing a pool table at the back. There is also a separate dining room. A recent refurbishment has made the pub feel very comfortable.

Four real ales on this visit: John Smith’s, Timothy Taylor’s ‘Landlord’, Deuchars IPA and Black Sheep Bitter. This is a pub where ‘John’s’ is king and the quality of the other beers sometimes suffers accordingly. Thus, my Deuchars was served at a decent temperature but tasted a tad stale.

Rapidly gaining a reputation for good food, particularly Sunday lunches.
There is a better than average wine list.

The bar staff are predominantly young, friendly and enjoy a bit of banter.

There is a decent sized patio for outdoor drinking, but you’ll have to share it with the smokers. Their covered areas are so good that many of the nicotine-addicted regulars only go inside the pub to order at the bar!


aleandhearty - 27 Nov 2007 17:07

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