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Always pop in here with my wife and gave done for the last thirty years.
My wife was brought up here in the pub. Nothing really changes and that is the beauty of the Wellie. The new landlord is another in the line of brilliant...More
A mid-street small pub surrounded by terraced houses, inside looks like it hasn't been decorated in decades and the beer prices are certainly from another decade too! 1.40 a pint of alpine lager (only 2.8% admittedly, but still).
On a cold December's day each of...More
This is a Sam Smith's pub with a warm welcome from Gary behind the bar. There are three traditional rooms and an outside patio for smokers. So great beer at £2 a pint, no TV, no music, no food. Just drink and chat to the...More
After just moving to York, me and my boyfriend were faced with the daunting task of finding a new local. It is safe to say that we have found it in The Wellington. The pub is located on a residential street close to the river...More
If you want to enjoy a Victorian traditional pub with its original ambiance then this place is worth a visit. It's run by Samuel Smith brewery and only sells their own alcohol and beverages. It's a wonderful place to chill out for a couple of...More
This is a proper pub. Victorian layout. Friendly staff. Locals / regulars happy to chat, and make you feel welcome. Cask beer available. Real fires. Many folk won't like it, but it's a reminder that pubs aren't all about minimalist furnishings, loud music, and crambing...More