The Carlton Tavern located at 140 Acomb Rd, York YO24 4HA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 781181

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Lexus Sellars

4 Google Rating

Nice selection of Ales Larger's beers and ciders. Food is decent not top quality though but decent f

4/ 5

Nice selection of Ales Larger's beers and ciders. Food is decent not top quality though but decent for the price. I would recommend the Carlton for a chilled out evening and very glad it did not get shut down. Staff was friendly can't fault them at all. Good for kids as they have a play area for them to run around and play very brilliant and big beer garden.

Pat Weck

3 Google Rating

Went on the Monday night two eat for £25 with wine. Fancied a decent steak. There were none and th

3/ 5

Went on the Monday night two eat for £25 with wine. Fancied a decent steak. There were none and the only other meal I may have fancied was bangers and mash at £9.50 which to me is overly expensive and doesn't go with wine. Had my beer which was very good mind and went some where else.

Chris England

4 Google Rating

Good honest local pub serving Hobgoblin on hand pull, often with another cask ale (usually Pedigree)

4/ 5

Good honest local pub serving Hobgoblin on hand pull, often with another cask ale (usually Pedigree). Friendly staff and a welcoming local crowd. Child friendly.

True Man

4 Google Rating

Very nice and vast pub, with new lovely manager, food served on a daily basis from 12 noon till 8 p

4/ 5

Very nice and vast pub, with new lovely manager, food served on a daily basis from 12 noon till 8 pm. Large beautiful garden. Karaoke on Saturday. I certainly recommend it.

Mark Carlyle

5 Google Rating

Excellent for parents of young children who like booze and great Halloween party for the kids

5/ 5

Excellent for parents of young children who like booze and great Halloween party for the kids

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