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Albany Hotel, Albany Park - pub details

Albany Hotel

Address: 13 Steyton Avenue, Albany Park, Bexley, Kent, DA5 3HN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11257) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Albany Park (0.1 miles), Bexley (1 mile), Sidcup (1.1 miles)

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This is a good friendly pub bar staff are polite and friendly the landlords are lovely the function room is a great size and a great price to rent out there are no so called chavs that hang outside now in 2014 I love coming to this pub every week with my friends
Lanny89 - 6 Jul 2014 09:59
It's very basic and expensive. We used to go there after work at least twice a week but stopped as it is just too dear.It's also a bit isolated with no other pubs nearby. There's also a problem with local chav children hanging about outside trying to ponce cigarettes and generally making trouble.
Badstrax - 30 Jul 2010 01:20
I agree lol but I have to show loyalty - kind of! Oh and I doubt it will be gone in three years, it has covenant on the premises that states it has to remain a pub regardless. Sorry guys, we are stuck with it! lol but agree it could be so much better.
Longshaft81 - 13 Nov 2009 17:25
Fair enough Longshaft81, but 3.60 for a pint of Stella is hugely excessive for what you've got. I speak frequently to the staff in the station, many of whom have lived in Albany Park for years and remember when the pub was a true community local packed out most evenings in and out, with reasonably priced beer and often hosting charitable events and pensioners outings etc. What we've got now is a virtually empty pub most evenings, below par beer, and lack of atmosphere because of lack of clientele. And it shows people are not prepared to put up with it. I bet it will be gone in three years.
Mike142 - 7 Sep 2009 13:24
I do have to put a high rating/above average, as it is my local and minutes from my door. First of all, its not a bad pub - even I used to slate it, but its not bad. The bar staff and locals are very friendly (never any trouble), the pub, although in need of redecorating out of the 70's, is big, spacious and pleasent to sit on your own in. The beer pumps are limited to Smiths, Pride and Courage Best (obviously with usual lagers) - The Best has been off before when I've had a pint, but usually everything is ok. Many of you may question my 7. As I said it is my local and there are far worse pubs in the surrounding areas. Its nice to drink in and with pubs closing every day and the government hell bent on closing what little social interaction we have, I'm all for standing up for pubs that are the safe average. This is pub is average, but not to be frowned at.
Longshaft81 - 3 Aug 2009 16:19

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