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Castle Inn, Bradway - pub details

Address: 1 Twentywell Road, Bradway, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S17 4PT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37258) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dore (0.5 miles), Dronfield (2.3 miles), Sheffield (4.7 miles)

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A decent pub with large beer garden outside. Decent pint of Farmers Blonde. Friendly landlady who sadly is leaving in a week's time.
alexw - 23 Mar 2014 18:47
I do like this pub. The unrefurbished tap room is a very pleasant throwback to the days, well, when tap rooms were the norm. Landlord was very nice, farmers blonde not so great. And one member of staff was a bit uninterested but this is a minor gripe. I would not mind if this pub were my local.
dry_riser_inlet - 30 Apr 2011 00:03
Stone-built pub in the leafy area of Bradway on Sheffield's southern extremity. It's regularly featured in the local CAMRA magazine and is a short walk from Dore station, so thought I'd pay a visit.
As stated, it's perched high up on a wooded embankment above the railway line, giving a pleasant sense of place.
Multi-roomed, it's very typical of a reasonably unspoilt pub, solid but unspectacular. As noted, a food operation is prominent, and the rear room is given overto this.
Good real ale selection, with Farmers Blonde, Barnsley Bitter and Landlord- Blonde was in fine form as ever.
It's a pleasant, solid pub and definitely worth popping in on a walk in the area, though with Sheffield's high standards of real ale provision it isn't necessarily worth going out of your way for.
Carlurmston - 16 Oct 2010 11:15
The Castle Inn is located at the end of a terraced row of cottages perched above the embankment where the Sheffield to London railway disapears into the Bradway tunnel. The pub has three rooms - a small tap room with a dart board and piano, a larger lounge and a more recent extension at the rear used as a restaurant.

On the bar a choice of real ales are available, all from breweries in Yorkshire, with the regular beers being Bradfield Farmers Blonde, Oakwell Barnsley Bitter and Timothy Taylors Landlord. The usual big brand lagers and ciders are also of course available.

Food is served lunchtimes every day and evenings on weekdays, prices and quality mid-market.

Bar service fairly friendly.

Poker night Monday, quiz night Wednesday, live music every other Saturday, carvery Sunday.
SheffieldDrinker - 12 Dec 2009 15:56

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