The Ivy House, Great Wyrley - pub details
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|The pub is divided into several sections, on different levels, making for some quite cosy areas, with a central bar between them. There is a beer garden outside.|
There were two guest ales on, both very acceptable.
Very friendly and helpful service.
Food was standard pub fare, with some local specialities such as faggots with mushy peas (with the option of garden peas for those of us who don't like the mushy variety!).
FotWBF - 21 Jul 2011 17:15
|Update: A white rendered brick built detached cottage type pub, with fake ivy painted up one side and a nice beer garden at the back. |
The interior has two areas; an open plan bar area, consisting of two 'rooms' at different levels, decked out with lots of brass ornaments, spoons, plates, old pictures, round tables, bar stools and another area, with lounge and restaurant room. Decor was the white artex and beam look. Service was very good and the small clientele (Monday night) was mixed. Background music was decent level.
Beer; tap tosh of course, with Banks's MILD, bitter and Pedigree on handpull - there is guest, which this time was Marston's Pomp & Circumstance. Had this as never tried it, it was OK, but should have stuck with the excellent MILD they do.
Always a decent visit to this place, i look forward to going
Archivist - 16 Sep 2009 13:13
|A great pub, won CAMRA awards i believe. Always has a great pint of Banks's Mild and guest ales for the non-believer, even once, Banks's Dark Mild - though at £2.65, it wasn't cheap. Food is nice and the place friendly.|
Archivist - 22 Jul 2008 13:45