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George Hotel, Whittlesey

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Visited yesterday. I liked it. I liked it a lot. Cosy and friendly, and not really one of those typical of- the-production-line Wetherspoons. If I lived in Whittlesey I would definititely pop in quite frequently. My one minor gripe is that the range of ales could be a bit more extensive,. but that is true of many pubs. Good effort from 'spoons!
dougdeep - 10 Sep 2015 12:16
Don't mind it in here. My Local Wetherspoons. But the meals are getting boring and bland and The beer is usually OK if not a little same old same old. God knows how it got in the GBG after less than a year but it is. The prices are losing their competitive streak (2.35 for a pint of real ale)
bfrposh - 30 Sep 2011 18:49
Has been a Wetherspoons for several months - out of the ordinary in that they've converted an existing old pub/hotel rather than a bank/PO/cinema/shop. The result is pretty typical Wetherspoons though swisher than many and with lots of different and quite distinct sitting/drinking areas. Seems to have gathered a strong following bringing in a variety of people in from the town and around. Plenty of old local pictures that are fascinating to the native or naturalised Fenman. Beer range is good though not exceptional for a Wetherspoons and the staff are efficient. Key position by the Butter Cross and the Market Square
Arctium_lappa - 27 Jan 2011 18:36
Now reopened as Wetherspoons
Leicesterbeer - 29 Jul 2010 17:18
Closed again
Slake - 12 Jan 2009 21:19
Crap. Crap and empty. Never reads well for a pub. I'll leave it at that.
PigPen_in_the_Fens - 27 Mar 2007 14:06
After being closed for sometime, The
George Hotel in Market Place, Whittlesey has reopened well in time for Xmas. The George has been sympathetically renovated to keep the original feel and character of this historic, listed building. It has a large bar area and smaller non-smoking lounge. There are eight handpumps in place, with plans for John Smith's and something from Elgoods as permanent fixtures, plus two guests in the bar area. There are also plans in place to start serving traditional pub food when the kitchens are completed. The staff are very friendly and there's a great ambience. It you are in the Whittlesey area, The George is well worth a try.
Jacalyn Long - 12 Dec 2006 20:47
This place has been closed for a year but is now due to reopen at the end of November 2006 which is great as it used to be an excellent venue.
Peter - 6 Sep 2006 10:16

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