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The Mansion, Gipsy Hill - pub details

Used to be: the Paxton

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Address: 255 Gipsy Road, London, SE27 9QY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27757) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Gipsy Hill (0.3 miles), Sydenham Hill (0.5 miles), West Norwood (0.8 miles)

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Colby Arms, Crystal Palace (0.3 miles), Beer Rebellion, Gipsy Hill (0.3 miles), Gipsy Hill Tavern, Upper Norwood (0.3 miles), Railway Bell, Crystal Palace (0.4 miles), Park, West Norwood (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Now open as The Paxton and run by the Capital Pub Company. Ok beers but as with some of their other pubs like the Florence in Herne Hill, more like a creche than a pub with pushchairs as far as the eye can see.

I much prefer Beer Rebellion, the temporay pub in an old shop oppostie Gispy Hill station, just 2mins walk up the hill.
Deggo - 8 Aug 2013 11:10
This pub has now closed. It was extensively refurbished and re-opened as The Paxton (its previous name).
Guineveretoo - 11 Feb 2012 18:38
Agree with others, the refurb does your head in. A recall it being fairly modern, but relaxing. Now it just gives you a headache. And with all the busy fussy seating arrangement a bloody great plasma screen with the football on. A pub clearly that can't make its mind up.

But in a game of two halfs, despite the Greene King takeover, and their awful beer, a very locally brewed ale was being served. A little too flat for my liking, giving the appearance of coming straight from the cask under gravity, but still to be welcomed. AND a young barman who was very interested in ale, another plus
baggydave - 27 Nov 2011 13:52
The food is very good and it attracts a nice mixed crowd. The beer (Tea, Junction) is kept pretty well. The decor is a little whacky but it works. My only complaint is that the service is a little haphazard, but the charm of the place more than compensates. Worth a visit.
The_Speckled_Hen - 21 Jan 2011 16:26
Went to the pub for the first time last night for quiz night, they were handing out flyers at Gipsy Hill for a 200 guaranteed pot. Suffice to say we didn't win (a bigger group would have helped!) but we had a sensational burger and lamb shank.
will definitely be going back
edward66 - 3 Nov 2010 10:51

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