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The Dacre Arms, Lee - pub details

Dacre Arms
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Address: 11, Kingswood Place, London, SE13 5BU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2866) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest DLR station Lewisham (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Blackheath (0.4 miles), Hither Green (0.6 miles), Lewisham (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 49 users)
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Live in Kidbrooke now and have tried most of the local pubs.The Dacre Arms is by far my favourite.A 20 minute walk away but well worth it,a very pleasant pub especially now The Reverend James is on tap.
stroller22 - 8 Jun 2014 21:04
Terry the landlord died recently but his daughter Lorraine seems to be keeping up the standards and running it as a top class hidden gem of a pub. My only complaint is the knicky-knacky-noo lamp erected in the middle of the garden and other unnecessary knick knacks she seems to have wasted money on.
notrom - 1 Sep 2013 11:06
Terry the landlord died recently but his daughter Lorraine seems to be keeping up the standards and running it as a top class hidden gem of a pub. My only complaint is the knicky-knacky-noo lamp erected in the middle of the garden and other unnecessary knick knacks she seems to have wasted money on.
notrom - 1 Sep 2013 10:40

My first visit here even though I have lived within 4 miles of this pub for the last 8 years.

Was forced to visit because of it's entry in the good beer guide and my need to complete the South East London section of the guide.

Came in on a Saturday afternoon and with the weather being pleasant there were a few people in the beer garden & a couple including me and the barman inside.

A nice cosy feeling pub with plenty of nick-nacks and comfy looking chairs on hand. Single bar pub but it does have character.

A real old fashioned pub and this is a good thing as it has very good charms.

I may or may not come back but whoever reads this and hasn't been make a decision and go there you will not be disappointed.
lezford - 23 Jun 2012 18:15
The best kept secret in the area (although maybe not now).
Can't fault it... barstaff are so friendly, beer is excellent and the garden is the best. A very local man's (and womans) pub and hope it stays that way.
Don't stroke the dog because he is old and grumpy and may nip.
Mattyh34 - 13 Jun 2012 09:59

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