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The Monks Walk, Beverley - pub details

Monks Walk

Address: Highgate, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 0DN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3917) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Beverley (0.2 miles), Arram (3.3 miles), Cottingham (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 12 users)
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The Monk's Walk was undoubtedly one of my favourite pubs in Beverley. It's an attractive building on a street leading towards the Minster. I'm told the landlord used to work at the Minster and has recently taken ownership. He was quite a friendly chap. There are 2 bars - a small bar to the left of the central alleyway and a larger bar on the right-hand side. 5 ales were on in all - York Yorkshire Terrier & Missouri Gold & Great Newsome Jem's Stout, Frothingham Best & Sleck Dust. The latter two were served by gravity from the smaller bar, whilst the first 3 were on handpull in the main bar. Another handpull in the smaller bar was dispensing Atom Camomile, whilst Colemans Cider Company Dry was also in that room. The landlord was keen to light candles to get everybody in the mood and the pub does have a kind of medieval feel. A CAMRA discount is available on request, which I only discovered on my second round.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Aug 2016 21:19
An attractive, idiosyncratic layout - with friendly welcome and efficient service. Ale is well-kept. Has just started to serve food. I had the bangers and mash, which was served as a very hearty portion with three wild boar sausages, a mountain of mash plus peas and onion gravy. Excellent all round. 10/10.
wobblybob - 6 Aug 2016 19:22
A strange changing place. Had a recent face lift and modernisation, beers expensive a touristy trap kind of place. Used to be called The George and Dragon until 25yrs ago, where you could go in a piano room sing your head off and a good night was had by all!
One of the old pubs of Beverley always full and all happy with lots of beer down them!
Many years ago there was a shed round the back, where the beer garden is now. A man used to make clay pipes and sell them around the town from it, this was in the 1800s
A pub with history, if you look for it. Worth a visit if only to check the history out.
noggin46 - 23 Oct 2011 20:33
Went there end of Sept '11 - a few 'Gothy'-looking regulars. Nice place, friendly locals & staff. 'Atmospheric', you could probably say.
Malcoholist - 5 Oct 2011 19:13
Went there 9/14. Opens later in the day, 5:00pm. Not changed much from the last visit except a pool table occupies the old back room.
richardo - 30 Sep 2009 15:23

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