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Crown Posada, Newcastle - pub details

Crown Posada
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Address: 31 The Side, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 3JE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1219) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.sjf.co.uk/pubsandbars/about.php?id=2http://www.sjf.co.uk/pubsandbars/about.php?id=2http://www.sjf.co.uk/pubsandbars/about.p

Nearest train stations Manors (0.2 miles), Newcastle (0.4 miles), Dunston (1.9 miles)

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General information: As one of the most famous pubs in Newcastle – and the second oldest in the city - the Crown Posada has a big reputation to live up to. The pub is a grade two listed building with a Victorian exterior, an elaborately panelled entrance, original stained glass windows and a warm, lively, and laughter-filled atmosphere that’s as rare as the pub itself. Just two minutes walk from Grey Street, and in the heart of the Quayside, the Crown Posada is a must to visit and experience. This highly traditional pub regularly receives CAMRA awards, and was recently named as the Daily Telegraph & Abbot Ale Tyne and Wear perfect pub. Inside, you can relax during the day listening to the house gramophone and enjoying a variety of excellently kept cask ales, before letting the buzz of the evening wash over you as a huge variety of customers mingle and mix. Finally, legend has it that the pub was bought by a Spanish Sea Captain for his mistress - but whatever time of day or night you visit, you’ll soon realise that The Crown Posada is a legend in its own right.

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Top ten pub in the world, let alone England or Newcastle. Great cask ale but has also kept pace with the kegs that we have now. Friendly punters (shoppers/boozers/tourists/locals) and staff (said me and my mate were entertaining! in a good way I think) a great place to while away an afternoon. 10/10.
dryriserinlet - 21 Apr 2016 18:55
Recently re-decorated to a high standard to make it look exactly like it used to. The bar has been completely replaced, but you'd never notice apart from the rounded bit at the end is now square. Fabulous pub still.
zipdiskdude - 28 Dec 2015 16:53
It's without doubt one of the very best pubs in the UK, let alone Newcastle and really just needs to be experienced.

Time seems to stand still in this pub like no other, it could be 1960 or 1860 in there, it's completely unique.

The beer, the setting and even the music played out of an old gramophone player are outstanding.

The only potential downside can be it's popularity and size, it's fairly snug. For that reason, for a first timer I'd recommend trying it during the day.
zorbathebeergeek - 20 Dec 2015 22:10
As good a city pub as you will ever find. Not just atmospheric with outstanding beer, but all the staff are also friendly, charming and helpful
reynedd - 28 Aug 2015 23:28
Always worth a visit when in the Toon. Only gripe on this visit was that on an empty evening a small group decided to stand blocking the way to the rear and route to the toilets and moaning about people wanting to pass when they had a whole pub to stand (or sit) in.
Snarling_Mallard - 5 Oct 2014 11:14

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