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The Harwood, Harrogate

Station Road
Postal town: Harrogate

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Old Boots left this review about The Harwood

Housed in the former station buildings of Pannal station it does back onto the Harrogate bound platform but with no entrance there. The building has been much altered and extended so nothing remains of its former use. It now has a mix of flooring and seating styles in the modern style. Mainly exposed brick work there is a corridor like area with darts board and screen decorated with plaster walls and plastic beams, furnishing here is on sofas. The remainder of the building is one large room divided by brick arches. Most furnishing is food oriented, the mix being about 70/30 in favour of food. There are six handpumps on the counter and although a Greene King pub the range includes reasonable Taylors, Black Sheep and Theakstons, strangely no Abbot or IPA, a standard range of kegs is dispensed through non proprietary founts.

On 21st July 2010 - no rating submitted
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