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Really enjoy popping into this old pub on a Friday night for a couple of hours, beer is decent and its never to packed. Barmaids are really friendly and a good laugh. Used to go in here in the late 60s early 70s. Went back...More
My review is solely regarding our room and stay, we didn't try the pub itself, and from what I could tell looked like a nice little pub. The room stay however was one of the worst I have experienced. You have to check in at...More
Thought we’d pop in for a pint after the City game as we have done before. Was greeted at the door by an elderly man (doorman? Landlord? Random nutcase?) who refused us entry. We were not drunk and this is a City-friendly pub.
A friend of mine has going about this place for decades but I have never known where. quite by chance I found it just off Newton Street and know where it is now.
This is not a glitzy bar but a down-to-earth good pub. They...More
We went in the afternoon on a Saturday. Nice little back street pub and a throwback to how it used to be. There appeared to have a good set of regulars and the prices were keen. Quite small but a chilled atmosphere just a couple...More
We paid £60 for a twin room. Was a decent place to put the head down for the night. Rooms basic but adequate. TV with plenty of channels. No wifi. Shared toilet on every floor and shower was good with plenty of hot water. Walls...More