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Beulah Hotel, Tong Road at the junction with Hall Lane


Beulah Hotel, Tong Road at the junction with Hall Lane
Description:
2005. The Beulah Hotel in Tong Road dates from 1830 and is built in stone. The Court Leet was held in a large room on the first floor and also the Court Baron, held in the name of the Lord of the Manor. Nowadays, The Beulah Hotel has a black and white mock Tudor facade and serves food daily.

User Comments:

Name:
Don Smith

Comment:
Just across the road from the Beulah on this side of the road to the left in W.W.2 there was an Italian prisoner of war camp, at the mid time in the war the prisoners were let out of the camp on weekends and they would walk up and down Tong Road down near the Crown Cinama. After the war we went round the camp and we saw some of the wonderfull mosaic's that were made from bits of colour'd glass and stones.

Email:
anne-donsmith@shaw.ca

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Name:
Brian Gaunt

Comment:
We lived down the road and used to go in on a Sunday night, waiter service and pie and peas at the end of the bar, can smell them now ,mmmm !

Date:
10-Jun-2009

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Name:
Paul

Comment:
I remember occasionally walking to the Beulah from the Swinnow estate around the mid 60's as a kid with my parents on a summers evening. I recall laikin on the grass slope and terrace that can be seen outside on the picture. Now it's my local ;-) !

Date:
30-Jun-2009

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Name:
Edward Emmerson

Comment:
In the 1960s the Landlord was a Mr Phillips,a nice man,bit of a dandy.

Date:
11-Apr-2013

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Name:
Peter Spawforth

Comment:
This was the final destination on our West Leeds cross country runs about 1952, reached after crossing Long Causeway towards Farnley. Sadly the pub was never open when we got there so we were parched when we got back to school.

Date:
13-Jun-2013

Email:
peter@spawforth.com

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