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The Waverly Bar, Dumfries - pub details

Address: 48 Lovers Walk, Dumfries, Dumfriesshire, DG1 1LX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28393) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Dumfries (0.1 miles)

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The Waverley Bar is the only pub that I could see in the immediate vicinity of the railway station. It's a little outside of the centre and they no longer serve real ale. The keg choice was Fosters, Guinness, Caledonia Best, John Smith's, Strongbow, Strongbow Dark Fruits, Heineken, San Miguel & Tennent's. It has a nice, traditional interior, typical of a station pub. Service was friendly. But a few of the customers were a little inebriated. Moved on from here for a last real ale of the night at Pleuchie's Howff on the Annan Road, where the landlady was really friendly.
blue_scrumpy - 14 Jan 2020 21:05
Near the station, this bar is a bit of a clutter of interesting stuff. There were only 2 out of 3 (I think) pumps working, one with Green King IPA, the other Loch Fyne Avalanche which was the best beer I'd tasted on that day. It was just a bit impersonal - had a handfull of punters but they nor the barstaff had any desire to engage in a bit of social banter!
JBGatelad - 27 Jan 2012 13:27
great to hear someone promoting a writer in the town who was not r. burn's . great value curry evening.
thornhillbakers - 31 Aug 2011 17:22
has put up plaques of interest about the writer and town resident j.m. Barrie and his connection with the town. The gardens of moat house were the inspiration for Peter pan his most famous character. Nice touches like that make a pub and the Waverley is neat .
thornhill - 18 Jul 2011 12:25
This place now boasts real ale, alterating between the Sulwath ""Criffel" & "The Grace". Plans are afoot to install a second pump, beer as yet undecided, so good on 'em!
beerslurper - 3 Jun 2009 15:18

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