Upon opening our doors in October 2014 we knew here at 10 Devonshire Place that we had created a pub that was somewhat different to the rest. We had forgot to install a floor. So we closed the doors again and had our opening in November of that year instead; it just made more sense.
Located in a Coaching Inn dating from the mid 19th Century, 10 Devonshire Place retains the nicer features of the period, but does away with inconveniences such as typhoid. We can’t be sure exactly when the Coaching Inn originally started trading, as back then Facebook didn’t have TimeLine, but it’s a lovely old building, and if you were interested in that kind of thing, we could tell you about some of our legendary ghosts.
You can, should you wish, sit in our protected bay window and look out over the famous Harrogate Stray, whilst our period – possibly listed – mahogany bar has ample space for you pint, pie, half eaten packet of smoked nuts, newspaper of, if you are that way inclined, mobile device. Smoked nuts are indeed available, or alternately you can smoke your nuts by the real fire; it is only lit on cold days, but this IS the north of England so we have plenty of them. The seats round the real fire are a great place to hold court, have a chat with friends or meet a character or two.
Featuring hot and cold water, top of the line electrical fixtures and fittings throughout, 10 Devonshire Place has a GSOH and WLTM a certain class of drinker for cosy nights together, maybe more?
We hold a wide range of events at our pub, constantly striving to bring you the best music, food and fermented fancies to be found.