Just a stone's throw away from the station you'll find The Scarbrough Hotel. Steeped in history, this watering hole is a go-to for its handy location, mega back bar of spirits and brews and its plethora of menus to choose from. We're talking breakfast, buffet, dinner and one solely dedicated to pies.
Cosy Pubs in Leeds
Whether the temperatures have plummeted and you're wrapped up in more layers than a fajita, or you're just looking for a hit of wholesomeness, this city's got the boozer for you. Boasting roaring fires, hearty food and craft beer to keep your cheeks warm all year round, some have even been pulling pints for centuries. Check out these historic gems and more of the best cosy pubs in Leeds that'll have you feeling snug as a bug.
Victorian architecture, artisan spirits and all-round favourites such as steak and ale pies, Beyond Meat burgers and sticky pork belly all come together to make The Adelphi the Leeds institution it is. Join them on a Tuesday for their weekly quiz night or hit up one of their regular live music evenings.
One of the oldest pubs in Leeds, this haven has everything you need to weather out a rainy afternoon. We're talking squishy booths, a crackling fire, stained-glass windows and a bar filled with beer, wine and spirits. Whitelocks also whips up a host of tasty classics to munch on.
Whilst it might not technically be a pub, this Call Lane pizza and speakeasy-esque bar still makes for a ruddy good knees-up. Touting exposed brickwork, wood flooring and a beer garden, Roland's also has a number of local and international brews, cocktails and wine.
The Town Hall Tavern dates back to 1900s - a little bit before central heating - so they know a thing or two about how to get cosy. Take your pick between their sofas or the more formal dining area and wrap your chops around some award-winning food, washed down with award-winning cask ales.