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Crown and Cushion, York - pub details

Address: Welburn, York, North Yorkshire, YO60 7DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32721) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Malton (5.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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Stone Trough Inn, Kirkham Abbey (1.7 miles)

 

user reviews of Crown and Cushion, York

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Gradually heading north from York into more and more rural areas, our next stop was the Crown & Cushion. We were concerned that it might be closing at 3 or 3:30pm on our Thursday afternoon visit. But, we were assured to find a family leaving as we arrived and were soon told that the pub now opens all day. The pub was very quiet though and with most websites showing the pub as closed during the afternoon, you have to wonder if the two are connected. The two regular ales are Black Sheep Best Bitter & York Guzzler. The guest was Theakston Best Bitter. Surroundings are comfortable and it appears that there is a focus on food, with dining areas to the rear. There is also a large outdoor terrace beyond overlooking open fields. We continued our very own Tour de Yorkshire with a drive through the pretty and enormous Castle Howard estate before hitting the Brass Castle Brewery Tap House in Malton (not listed on here).
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2019 12:31
Saved from the 'Punch Tavern' group by Provenance Inns in May 2013, this delightful 18th Century Inn has been tastefully restored. Their strapline is 'Provenance is the focus of their business ~ Buildings, location, communities, suppliers, not to mention quality food'. I'm not know for liking 'PubCos' but I have to say I was well impressed when I visited the Crown & Cushion. As a CAMRA member I was delighted with the pub standard real ale - Black Sheep Best, plus 2 guest ales. The food that I saw looked excellent although a tad expensive for my tastes, but I was however delighted by the 7/7/7/7 Deal.... 7 Dishes, 7 Days, £7, before 7pm! What can I say! The Pan fried Cumberland ring & buttered mash were very tasty and excellent value! And washed down with 3 very well kept pints of Black Sheep best. Excellent service and very pleased to write this supporting review! Cheers guys. [I've been compiling my own pub reviews for some time, and I always carry my notebook to record pub visits and I ask a lot of questions about the history. It annoys me when staff know nothing of the history, but in this case.....} It's a long time since I wrote a review for this website, but that's another story!!
Saxon_Scooper - 23 Jun 2014 20:46
small and quite nice. staff seem quite polite but sometimes take a long time to get to you as they are chatting among each other.
nnmncrf - 26 Sep 2008 17:07

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