A local community pub and one of the most popular over in the West of Leeds. The Abbey bustles with friendly locals throughout the week and is the perfect pit stop for walkers, cyclers and boaters travelling the Leeds-Liverpool canal.
There are vegetarian friendly food options available.
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The Abbey Inn serve traditional pub food including your classics: Burgers, Lasagna, Chili, Fish supper, Pie and Sausages. With sweet standards like sticky toffee pudding and fudge cake for desert. And if you’re not too hungry then you grab a sandwich or one of their “interesting bar snacks.” There’s also a children’s menu for the little ones.
The Abbey showcases a selection of local ales from West Yorkshire, with pumps dedicated to dark ale and real cider. Also on offer is a range of keg beers, whiskies and wines.
The Abbey Inn was a former stone-built farmhouse that dates back from 1714. Inside the pub is plenty of cosy seating that makes your pub grub dining experience a pleasant one. Outside the front you’ll find ample seating that is a sun trap for walkers and cyclists stopping off on route for a couple. If you want to plan more of a social you can visit the Inn on a Tuesday for a folk night; live music on a Saturday and quizzes on a Thursday and Sunday.
The Abbey Pub is nestled between the River Aire and Leeds-Liverpool canal over on the edge of Bramley in the west of Leeds.
Where to Park
The pub has ample space for customer parking.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
The Abbey Inn pub is ideally located very close to rail, road and water so you could travel by train, boat or car if you wanted to. It’s also on a public cycle and walking route that snakes alongside the canal from the centre of Leeds.
To catch a train it’s a 20-minute walk to Kirkstall Forge. If you travelling by bus take the 33 to Abbey Road and get off at Feartherbank Lane and walk the last 10-minutes up Newlay Bridge and to the Inn. For those catching a taxi it will take just over 15-minutes from the city centre.
The pub is accessible by wheelchair and pushchair. And comes with a disability friendly toilet.
What To Do Next
If the night (or day) isn’t yet finished, Escape Restaurant & Bar is just a few minutes walk down the road. They have a great outdoor seating area and not a pretty good selection of food and drink!
Stretch Your Legs
We’ve got a perfect wind down walk in Bramley Fall Park. A chance to burn off some of your Sunday lunch. Just simply head to Fallwood Marina and enter the park from the west side.