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The Station Tavern, Grosmont - pub details

Address: Grosmont, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 5PA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35112) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Grosmont (0 miles), Egton (1.6 miles), Glaisdale (3.1 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Crossing Club, Grosmont (0.1 miles), Wheatsheaf Inn, Egton (1.5 miles), Postgate Inn, Egton Bridge (1.5 miles), Horseshoe Hotel, Egton Bridge (1.7 miles), Birch Hall Inn, Beck Hole (1.9 miles)


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Bar staff did not have a clue how to change a cask. Beer range not impressive.
Rocky53 - 13 Jul 2014 10:11
I have been coming here for around 25 years, albeit maybe once or twice a year, and have seen the pub go through numerous ups and downs but this is the first time I have ever not physically wanted to go back.
It has never been an ale haven, or a gourmets emporium, but you could get a reasonably priced meal, and decent pint here.
Well not any more.
£3.65, yes that's £3.65 for a pint of not even good ale, to sit in a fly infested pub (with food being served, hideous) with all the atmosphere of a funeral parlour.
Whether the prices had been hiked for the event on the adjacent railway I'm unsure, if so that's bad enough. If not it's scandalous.
Now it may be that during the day they have the monopoly here, I understand the only other drinking establishment, the Crossing Club (private club), does not open till 8. And the village is the end point of the penultimate stage of the coast to coast walk, where a thirsty walker craves a pint. But that doesn't excuse this garbage.
When there are 3 people in a villages local pub at 9.00 on a Saturday night it's pretty clear something's very wrong.
Avoid like the plague, undeserving of any meritorious plaudits.

PS by way of comparison I was in a real ale pub in Pickering that was under £3.00 a pint.
The pub at Egton with a decent range of beers, I paid £3.00 a pint
My friend visited the crossing club and paid £2.90 a pint.

That just confirms my suspicions.

MrFlippyFloppy - 16 Sep 2013 18:53
The Grosmont Tavern is a delightful pub adjacent to the terminus of the North York Moors Railway. It is run by a delightfully friendly couple and has a beer garden out the front that offers atmospheric views of the steam trains as they depart Grosmont station.

There is comfortable accommodation but for special event weekends you will need to book well in advance.

The food is reasonable but as has been noted by some other reviewers, it could to do with changing its drink selection from time to time, but well worth a visit all the same.

JonnyConsumer - 16 May 2012 08:32
Pretty boring ale choice and the Black Sheep particularly is a shadow of its former self. There are so many FANTASTIC beers being brewed within a few miles of this pub why bring in a beer from Adnams which for some reason just doesn't travel well and never tastes like it does in Southwold. The service is so much better these days in this pub; just wish I would want a second pint
Steamer1 - 11 Aug 2011 22:20
Agree with most of the other reviews - Black Sheep, Strongarm and Greene King IPA (why?) this weekend. The first 2 were is great condition although a little expensive for the area at 2.90.

Service can be a little slow when a crowd suddenly pour in from a train not least because of the very tight sparklers used!

Well wort a visit though.
cheshirecat - 20 Sep 2010 09:09

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