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The Sir Robert Peel, Tamworth - pub details

Sir Robert Peel
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Address: Lower Gungate, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B79 7BA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18067) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Tamworth (0.3 miles), Wilnecote (1.9 miles), Polesworth (3.8 miles)

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Not your classic pub nor really your classic shop conversion layout either. Toilets are up a narrow flight of stairs, Bar area is a bit through other and there is an area where you can look at the passing street traffic. The Church End SR was a pretty good pint though.
Snarling_Mallard - 20 Jun 2019 01:31
Bit of a strange place this one. The bar is immediately on the left as you enter, and the area around it is very dark. So much so that although there were 5 beers on tap, I couldn’t make out what one of them was ! Luckily one of those I could see was Bank Top Port o’Call, so I chose that it was very nice. Further away, the pub was much brighter inside. I chose to sit about halfway between the two areas, in about the only palce that was out of reach of the many dogs around ! Judging by the looks I got from some of the clientele, I suspect I was sitting in the seat of some regular – it was that kind of place. There was a heavy metal jukebox playing constantly, which managed to achieve the almost impossible feat of making Waterloo Sunset sound rubbish !

6/10 – nice beer – shame about the pub

Martinsh - 6 Sep 2015 23:49
Stopped off for a quick refresher here, which was worthwhile as nice little place with a couple of guest ales on. Appeared to be the best option in the town centre.
RacingChimp - 10 Sep 2011 21:37
Decent enough pub. Smallish but not claustraphobic. Decorated in a sort of coaching inn style, i guess, to give it an old world feel.

6-nations rugby on when i visited so there was fairly lively and decent crowd in. Not too packed, though, and i got served easily enough by the friendly bar staff. Attracts the real ale types due to the hand pumps. The beer was fine. There's real cider, too.


ZapuTheSnake - 12 Feb 2010 17:15
A busy place that used to be Hamlets back in the 1980s, when i first visited it. Cant say a lot about the interior as it was rammed and with the nice weather, we went out side into the patio area - which is called the street! Local CAMRA pub of the year 2007.

Beer wise; usual stuff of course and i couldnt really see much of the bar. Where i was, there were four handpulls, all of which were on; Oakham's Bishops Farewell and JHB were both decent.

Again, would love to visit when i could get to the bar
Archivist - 28 Jun 2009 12:41

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