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The Deramore Arms, Heslington - pub details

Address: Main Street, Heslington, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 5EA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25258) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations York (2.3 miles), Poppleton (5.1 miles)

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user reviews of the Deramore Arms, Heslington

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Here for my annual visit to York University, dropped into the Heslington pubs of course. This time, for the first time ever, I preferred the Deramore; it has really come up. Very good beer range, and the menus are good with a well thought-out variety of home-prepared food, not at all your average pub fodder. Well done.
davercox - 17 Apr 2014 16:28
Since its refurbishment, the pub has far more character and a good, busy atmosphere. Good selection of ales and a scrumpy cider, Weston's Old Rosie. Very good.
clan4 - 11 Mar 2012 14:56


The Deramore Arms has recently been taken over by brand new owners Edward Mason and Peter Atkinson, and fronted by new General Manager Leesa Smith .
Part of a collection of venues to include 2 London based pubs, The CAMRA award-winning Duke Of Wellington in Hackney and real ale and craft beer bar Mason & Taylor. The pub has recently undergone a full refurbishment and has a newly built large outdoor paved beer garden to the rear, and the interior has undergone a full redecoration.†
We are having a relaunch party on Thursday 8th March.
†The pub will be focussing on real ales, with 5 hand pumps in action after the refurb, with the plan to have all 8 hand pumps in operation by the summer if not sooner !!!! featuring local Yorkshire microbreweries, including a regular weekly guest Ale, with †Upcoming guest breweries from the region include Magic Rock from Huddersfield, Kirkstall and Ridgeside from Leeds.
Roosters over in Knaresborough and of course Black sheep York and Leeds Brewery... With many many more to come !†

Opening hours:

Monday-Saturday 11am-11pm
Sunday 12noon-10.30pm

Food served:

Monday-Saturday 12noon-2.30pm 5.30pm-9pm
Sunday 12noon-8pm
Thederamorearms - 1 Mar 2012 21:40
Nice pub with some good food - I'd only heard good things from my friends, so went there for the first time recently. Unfortunately the landlord who owns it is extremely unpleasant and was very rude to me when I made a polite complaint about my vegetarian dish. We were ignored for the rest of our stay in the pub, apart from him sitting sulkily in the corner, drinking a pint and glaring at us every now and then. When an identical complaint was made by the people on the table next to us, he was equally rude to them and clearly thought we had put them up to it. I won't be going back, not because of the disappointing food but because of the terrible service and general courtesy we received while there. Perhaps if it changes hands and that man leaves, as it's a nice pub in a nice location, but on a matter of principle, I won't be returning.
lapsuscalami - 20 Mar 2011 17:16
Decent selection of drinks- including Old Rosie on tap, but it's extortionately expensive and has next to no atmosphere compared to the Charles XII next door.
will_s - 5 Feb 2009 17:59

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