The Duke of Leeds, Wales - pub details
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|Current landlord did have both pubs, but now only has the Duke. It's quality, not quantity!! Besides, I don't think the new landlord at the Conyers is doing a good job seeing the riot police outside it the other night! Methinks I'll stick with the Duke :) Much much better crowd of people here and fine selection of ales with 5 hand pulls :D|
timbo77 - 4 May 2010 18:43
|I recently called by and found that this pub has been reopened, and found that this pub has been bought by the landlord of the lord conyers. They are hoping to turn this back into a real ale pub and serve good pub food after some refurbishment. Mark the bar manager was a really nice chap and very welcoming, and gave some good information of the local area as we are new to the area. Although the pub was quiet, i will be returning over the coming weeks with my parents and really looking forward to this. If you are looking for a nice traditional local pub, with a warm welcoming and great pint, the duke of leeds is perfect for you. |
thiett - 7 Jan 2009 23:16
|I have just moved into Wales from living in the Sheffield centre, and very much looked forward to visiting this pub as I have heard many good reviews. Sadley from Speaking to some of the locals, I have heard this pub has been shut for several weeks and no idea whether it is closed for good. If anyone has anymore information please do update. |
thiett - 27 Oct 2008 13:13
|We call here occasionally for a meal.|
Its a nice, quiet, traditional little village pub, tucked away well up a side street in wales village. It has adequate parking, a small bar area, and larger dining area toward the back.
The meals are very good value if you get there early for the reduced price. I think its two courses for £5 or there abouts.
Small selection of cask beers offered, always seem to be in good condition. A bit pricey perhaps for the area. Say around £2.70 for abbot ale.
quite friendly folk.
excellent meals value [at certain times!].
beer good but a bit pricey.
reynard - 29 Jul 2008 13:43