Station Road is the second busiest of the main roads in Horsforth and has a lot of footfall due to the train station being situated at the bottom of the road. Technically none of the pubs mentioned here are actually on Station Road however they are all within very close proximity and so it makes sense to list them here.
Befitting of a listed building, the Fox & Hounds have a number of real ales available and are both LocAle and Cask Marque accredited. The three beers regularly on sale are Kirkstall Three Swords, Leeds Pale and Tetley bitter all of which are obviously local.
The Old Ball is a large open plan pub that tends to attract students from the local Trinity University and is therefore has quite a different atmosphere to some of the other pubs in the area. There are a good range of beers on offer and the Old Ball is LocAle and Cask Marque Accredited
If you are looking for an authentic Yorkshire pub experience then you can’t go wrong with the Queens Arms on Long Row. This 18th century pub is one of the oldest in Horsforth and has maintained a real sense of history making it a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike with a warm and friendly welcome.