Country pub with real ales, beer garden and traditional cuisine in Morley.
The Needless Inn is a cosy country pub in Morley, just southwest of Leeds. It’s a family run place providing a warm welcome to local residents and visitors from further afield too. Inside, the pub is traditionally decorated with a bar serving beers and cask ales, whilst outside there’s a lovely beer garden with impressive views and a play area for little ones, perfect for al fresco dining in warmer months.
The kitchen at The Needless Inn Morley serves lots of tasty pub classics, delicious Sunday roasts and a specials board that changes with the seasons. Diners will find dishes like homemade steak and ale pie, a curry of the week served with rice, poppadum and raita dip, and crispy pork belly served with an apple and wild fruit chutney. There’s a selection of burgers, steaks cooked on the grill and a range of vegetarian dishes too. From a light bite to a three course meal, there’s something for every appetite and palate. There’s also a children’s menu with a good selection of dishes to choose from.
The Needless Inn is set in beautiful countryside but just ten minutes’ drive from Leeds city centre. It’s easily accessed from junctions 27 and 28 off the M62 motorway and there’s a large car park right on site. Diners travelling by public transport will find a bus stop seconds from the pub with routes into Leeds and around the surrounding suburbs. Anyone wanting to explore more of Morley before or after a meal at The Needless Inn will find a local fishing lake, Howley Hall Golf Course and Wilton Park close by.
Please note: The tastecard discount is not available on Sundays as the a la Carte menu is not served. Bank Holidays or Celebration Days are not available when using the tastecard. These include, but are not limited to Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday, Father’s Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.