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Skiddaw Hotel
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Address: 46, Chippenham Rd, London, W9 2AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26224) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Westbourne Park (0.3 miles), Royal Oak (0.6 miles), Warwick Avenue (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Queens Park - London (0.8 miles), Kilburn High Road (0.9 miles), Kensal Rise (1.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 11 users)
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user reviews of the Skiddaw Hotel, Maida Hill

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The Red Squirrel is no longer a pub but it is not a restaurant either. It seems to be confused!!!
Draught beer was of poor quality and the range of soft drinks was a disgrace.
We had the Sunday roast but for what we paid, the portion was way too small.
The air-con or food extraction system is so unsightly that it ruins the interior but we did enjoy finishing our drinks in the outside seating area.
If you do go, drink the bottled beer though.
We were very disappointed. Do NOT think we will be returning.
w9_pubspy - 16 Jul 2011 15:08
The main bar appears quite bizarre – the steel poles holding the curtains looks like scaffolding. And the purple ceiling doesn’t help. The saloon bar was much more impressive with plenty of original Victorian features, but the effect was largely ruined by the massive heat extractor trunking from the kitchen area behind the bar running across and around the ceiling.

They had a couple of real ales on – TT Landlord and OSH. The Landlord was OK. It’s an “OK” pub, but I doubt whether I’ll go out of my way to visit again.

RexRattus - 4 Sep 2008 20:09
This pub is my local. The food is gastropub quality without having the pretentions, the decor is beautifully ornate in parts, there are a great choice of continental beers as well as a couple of real ales that change frequently, and a good quiz night on Mondays. I am a lucky man!
magnuswood - 16 May 2007 12:14
Change of management and chef, this pub is just getting better and better.
The staff are really friendly and its a great place to meet friends after work or for a relaxed drink on a Saturday or Sunday
nicnac - 8 Jan 2007 13:27
I like this pub a lot despite the lack of any quality real ale. Great decor, friendly and efficient staff and good music at a sensible level. It always seems pretty quiet though - I've never struggled to get a seat regardless of when I'm there but that suits me fine! Probably more to do with the location than anything else - it's just a bit out of the way for a Maida Vale or Westbourne Grove pub crawl but there are worse pubs in better areas near by. It's like a quieter version of the Bridge House in near by Little Venice...
Clammy_Lammy - 31 Oct 2006 13:38

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