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The Abbey Inn, Newlay - pub details

Address: 99 Pollard Lane, Newlay, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS13 1EQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31977) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bramley - West Yorkshire (1.6 miles), Horsforth (1.6 miles), Headingley (2.1 miles)

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user reviews of the Abbey Inn, Newlay

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The good – at least 8 handpulled beers, 5 in great nick when we were in, but they should be over £3/pint.
The bad – needs a complete strip-out. Even has the God-awful wooden light fittings with fake dripping candles.
The ugly – clientele rough, loads of kids (including crying baby). Maybe Saturday teatime is unrepresentative.
Beware – may not be able to approach in car from the north across the bridge and it’s a hell of a long drive round and still hard to find. And not really worth it anyway.

Richardhuddleston - 18 Mar 2013 15:26
I visited last year on a Saturday afternoon and thougt it was fantastic - particularly the beer quality (and range). Great location, too.
mtaylor40 - 4 Mar 2009 22:41
This was once a lovely village pub but has been spoiled in the last year or two through leaning too far towards the music scene - casual visitors are likely to be put off by live bands playing at conversation-killing volumes most Friday and Saturday nights. A quiet Sunday afternoon pint will equally be spoiled as the place tends to get overrun with families and children out for the food.

This is a real shame as the Abbey does serve a great pint - it's just a shame the place doesn't make more of its potential.
peaceartist - 24 May 2008 18:47
Lovely old pub, a former 18th century farmhouse, situated between the River Aire and the Leeds-Liverpool canal. Feels very rural, although just several hundred yards off the A65. The rooms are cosy and low ceilinged.

Visited here in August for a music and beer festival. The place was heaving, so it was hard to get a true feel of the place. However, the quality of the real ales was excellent.

A popular venue for the local music scene, there is a regular 'singaround' on Tuesday nights. Quiz night Sunday.
aleandhearty - 27 Nov 2007 11:37

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