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The Liberty Bounds, Tower Hill - pub details

Liberty Bounds
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Address: 15 Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 243) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tower Hill (0.1 miles), Monument (0.4 miles), Aldgate (0.4 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Tower Gateway (0.2 miles), Bank (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Fenchurch Street (0.1 miles), London Bridge (0.5 miles), Cannon Street (0.5 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

General information: Good view of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge from the upstairs.

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 69 users)
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All Bar One, Tower Hill (0.0 miles), Draft House, Tower Hill (0.1 miles), Pepys Bar at the Novotel Hotel, Tower Hill (0.1 miles), Ship, Tower Hill (0.1 miles), Hung, Drawn and Quartered, Tower Hill (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Excellent selection of ales but incredibly busy at 6.30pm on a Saturday evening, so after a quick pint we headed over Tower Bridge to the next nearest Wetherspoon's, where you are always guaranteed a seat.
duchyjim - 2 Dec 2015 13:47
Visited this pub during Friday lunch time. It was fairly full with City workers and tourists like me alike. Service at the bar was swift and efficient. Did not try any of the food nor the gamut of ales at disposal as I had a pint of soft. Great location and quite a spacious pub. If you are a tourist and maybe shocked by the high price averages in London then this pub is a good choice. The interior is not bad either, it really looks like a pub as compared to some other branches of the Wetherspoon chain.
ferret83 - 22 Oct 2015 22:59
This was the first of 16 Wetherspoons we visited yesterday in search of the 12 ciders I hadn't previously tried that were in their cider festival. The Liberty Bounds was the only one I hadn't previously been to. It's a fairly dark place in parts, spread over 2 floors. Bar staff were fairly jolly and I managed to try 4 of the ciders here before moving onto pub number 2. The ale range was Brains SA Gold, Wychwood Piledriver, Green Jack Gone Fishing ESB, Fullers London Pride, Greene King Abbot Ale & IPA, Sharps Doom Bar & Adnams Broadside. Ciders were Mr Whiteheads Beetroot Cider, Shepton Mallet Somerset Tree Shaker, Sandford Orchards Rhubarbed, Rich's Farmhouse Cider & Waddlegoose Lane Woodsprite. Handy for the Tower of London.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jul 2014 19:12
This was our second pub of the night after the nearby (awesome) The Ship. The contrast could not be more stark.
For this place the positives were - a good table with great view of the Tower Of London; very quick food and the prices.
On the downside, eight police came in to remove roudy customers; blokes in the loo having very intense conversation before going into a cubicle together to (presumably) take drugs; the general atmosphere, and inept bar staff (told him twice we wanted slimline tonic; and then the barman told me he'd been instructed to put lime cordial in gin and tonics - surely a slice of lime?).
Feeling generous - a 5/10 at best. A 4 would be more like it.
Old_King_Cole - 26 Dec 2013 20:18
This was our second pub of the night after the nearby (awesome) The Ship. The contrast could not be more stark.
For this place the positives were - a good table with great view of the Tower Of London; very quick food and the prices.
On the downside, eight police came in to remove roudy customers; blokes in the loo having very intense conversation before going into a cubicle together to (presumably) take drugs; the general atmosphere, and inept bar staff (told him twice we wanted slimline tonic; and then the barman told me he'd been instructed to put lime cordial in gin and tonics - surely a slice of lime?).
Feeling generous - a 5/10 at best. A 4 would be more like it.
Old_King_Cole - 26 Dec 2013 20:18

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