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The Station Inn

New Quay Road
YO21 1DH
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Old Boots left this review about The Station Inn

A multi room pub opposite the railway station as the name suggests. A front left lounge or snug and a rear bar share a servery while there's a sitting room off to the right. Four pulls on each face of the servery but with 8 different beers, there's also an Old Rosie pump. Beers on this visit from Whitby Brewery, Ossett, Taylors and Cameron's plus Summer Lighting visiting from Wiltshire and Courage Directors from Bedford? The decor is Brewers Tudor with old photos and some fake railway porn. Traditional furnishing with some tractor seats in the snug. There was a decent rock & roll band on while I waited for a train, mind you they were old enough to have heard it first time round.

On 12th June 2016 - no rating submitted
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John Bonser left this review about The Station Inn

Date of visit - September 2013

Opposite the bus station and railway terminus is The Station Inn, a large brick built, partly mock Tudor, multi roomed pub close to the harbour.

On the left is the old tap room, featuring boarded wood panelling, a fine brick surround fireplace and a beamed ceiling. The main bar has a skittles board and, perhaps not surprisingly, a railway theme with many interesting photos, prints, old signs etc. On the right is a room denoted as The Station Masters Room.

I remember this pub vaguely in its previous incarnation as The Tap and Spile. I formed the view that it’s now a more comfortable, pleasant and relaxed place than it was then. Live music is a regular feature.

The Station Inn has what is most probably the best real ale selection in town. 8 pumps were in operation on my visit, serving TT Golden Best, Otter Best, Doom Bar, York Brewery Guzzler, Whitby Platform 3 ( brewed specially for this pub, so I was told ), Ossett Silver King and several beers from Camerons ( Ruby Red and Strong Arm ). The pub is a CAMRA Good Beer Guide regular and local Cleveland Branch award winnner,

This pub is much less tourist orientated than many other town pubs and there’s evidently a good solid core of loyal regulars.

Definitely worth calling in

On 26th November 2013 - rating: 7
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Peter Rydings left this review about The Station Inn

First of one of Many great pubs in Whitby plenty of real ale to choose from it's hard to find a bad pub in Whitby most are left unspoilt like pubs were when i was a child

On 2nd September 2013 - rating: 10
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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
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Last inspected: October 3rd 2015
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