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Jug and Glass Inn, Nether Langwith - pub details

Address: Queens Walk, Nether Langwith, Nottinghamshire, NG20 9EW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13489) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Langwith Whaley Thorns (0.4 miles), Shirebrook (1.8 miles), Creswell (2.5 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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other pubs nearby:

Black Horse, Mansfield (1.3 miles), Vale Hotel, Mansfield (1.8 miles), New Drum, Shirebrook (1.8 miles)

user reviews of Jug and Glass Inn, Nether Langwith

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Justifiably popular,it attracts hordes in summer, Spacious and plainly furnished inside, they could have succumbed to the temptation of milking the tourist trade by exploiting the pretty riverside location and its ancient looking frontage by filling it with ye olde silly twee tourist bricabrac, rewriting the menu with pretentious rubbish and then bumping up prices. To their utmost credit they avoided this falseness. No airs and graces here. There's a one armed bandit and large tv screen inside, a roaring open fire, a pool table. Meals here are generously portioned and inexpensive. Real ales are sold. Service is quick and efficient.

Oh how I love honest pubs like this after experiencing so many snooty places in the gentrified villages of the Peak district who think they are so superior as to justify charging ludicrous prices for food which is inferior to the meals sold here. Perhaps the proximity of an ex pit village has influenced this place's down to earth attitude. £3.95 for an excellent large fish & chips & peas. This says it all.

GeofB - 15 Dec 2012 18:01
Picturesque pub in Nottinghamshire village, southy facing with stream and grass outside. Just up the road across the border into Derbyshire, there is a council estate, so this place gets a variety of customers.
Starvin Marvin Blastbeat would approve of the mixed grill in here. Also does a very good lamb pudding.
son_of_odin - 3 Mar 2011 12:53
This pub has the most picturesque setting imaginable. A wide stream runs past the door which faces south & so catches the sun all day. Unfortunately there is not TOO much seating outdoors. Inside, the pub is unusually decorated. there is the usual selection of beers & pub food is served.
Scieron - 13 Dec 2004 15:26

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