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The Eastnor Castle, Camden - pub details

Eastnor Castle
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Address: 145, Chalton St, London, NW1 1NR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1007) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Mornington Crescent (0.2 miles), Euston Square (0.4 miles), Euston (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Euston (0.3 miles), London St Pancras (0.5 miles), London Kings Cross (0.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 10 users)
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user reviews of the Eastnor Castle, Camden

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Oasthouse - 16 May 2015 17:05
This is certainly not an area that I would want to find myself wandering around in after dark, but I thought that this was a decent pub. Granted, it wasnít that busy and Iím not sure that I would want to spend a Friday/Saturday night in here on my own.

There is no real ale, but the Guinness was very good and the governor seemed friendly enough. There is a pool table and a plasma screen along with a smaller TV.

If this pub was in another location I would probably use it, but I think that Iíll leave it to the estate crowd.
Strongers - 8 Jul 2009 11:13
Valbear - I don't know what you are on about, sounds like you're probably one of them metrosexual types so no wonder they looked at you funny, this is a workers pub.

Three other Norfolk boys and I found ourselves in the middle of a council estate on Saturday afternoon whilst trying to walk from Kings Cross to Camden centre and I have to admit to thinking that this had potential to be one of the afternoons that simply goes down in history as a 'drunken misadventure'. However, I'm pleased to say that whatever this gem of a freehouse lacked in modern decůr it more than made up for in warmth and hospitality.
The locals (big up Gordon, Eric and John) seemed free of any communicable diseases and were chatty, friendly and even bought us all a pint.
I have a lot of time for any pub that has Elvis Costello - Oliver's Army on the jukebox whilst managing to keep a pint at a reasonable price (£2.50) all this combined with the fact that I didn't get stabbed is the reason I'm scoring it a big fat 10.

Oh and to the geezer (I think it was John) who got talked out of betting a score on the boxing thanks to my mate when he said there was no way De La Hoya would get knocked out....from one John to another his name is LEE CROSSWELL and a phone number and address can be provided if required.
Jonnytoddmassive - 9 Dec 2008 01:12
This should be my local as I can see it from my living room window, but I've only ever drank there once, and that was more then enough. The locals looked at me and my mate as if we had several heads, and we were made to feel really unwelcome. So we drank up and left as soon as we could. Have never been back as there are so many other places in Camden where you are meant to feel welcome.
valbear - 26 Jul 2005 13:46
this pub serves a damn good pint of guinness. We have been in here a few times. All the staff are very friendly and welcoming. Just what pubs are all about great pints and atmosphere. Wouldnt hesitate in coming back here. Gr8 pub!!!

Jennifer - 1 Jun 2004 00:44

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