Want a great night out in Leeds with your mates? Head to the Stables Pub
There is no doubt that as a city, Leeds boasts many fantastic venues, with something to suit all tastes on a night out. However, there aren’t many with real character and historic charm, but you will find this and much more at Stables Pub at Weetwood Hall in Leeds.
Traditional pub food and award-winning cask ales
A big part of the draw of Stables Pub at Weetwood is its Cask Marque real ales, which between them have racked up quite a few awards. These real ales perfectly complement the delicious pub meals, from a locally sourced trio of Yorkshire Dales sausages to a range of freshly made pies, on offer at this traditional Leeds venue.
What better way to spend a night out than catching the latest Premier League game in a cosy, welcoming environment, with plenty of local real ale on tap? Stables Pub now shows live games and other headline sporting events on Sky Sports and BT Sport, so you won’t miss a minute of the action.
Local Leeds musician Matt Baxter performing live
On Friday February 20, 2015 the Stables Pub will have live music. The highly acclaimed Leeds singer and guitarist Matt Baxter will be playing at the Stables from 8pm on Friday.
A convenient location
Although its atmosphere is a fantastic mix of modern comfort and 16th century character charm, providing the perfect escape from the bustle of the city centre, it might surprise you to know that Stables Pub is only 4 miles from the centre of Leeds. This means that if you want to either start or end your night out – if not enjoying an overnight stay in one of the comfortable modern rooms at Weetwood Hall – in the city centre, you can be there in a matter of minutes.
Those stopping over for the night (a good idea when you’ve enjoyed a few too many cask ales in Stables!) can head to Weetwood, which has free car parking, and seek out Stables in the original cobbled courtyard of the old stables. If the weather is good, you can also enjoy a view of the grounds of the Hall from Stables’ outdoor seating, along with seasonal planters and even outdoor games.
A little about the history of Stables
You can tell a lot about the history of the popular Stables Pub from its name – as it used to be the stable block for the impressive 16th Century manor house that forms the bulk of the Weetwood Hall estate. The stables have been sensitively converted, retaining most of its stunning original features and with bags of charm and character. If you’re interested in learning more about Weetwood Hall and its grounds, you can read more of its history here.