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The Ship, Bristol - pub details


Address: 8-10 Lower Park Row, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 5BJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4041) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clifton Down (0.8 miles), Bristol Temple Meads (1 mile), Redland (1 mile)

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We popped in to here in order to shelter from a rainshower and it proved to be a reasonably convivial student/young professional dive. I enjoyed a half of Butcombe - an always welcome beverage. Much emphasis on the egg chasing but as it's the West Country, I'll let them off I suppose.
BoehmBawerk - 24 Feb 2014 08:15
A good-sized pub, which although popular with students has a much more traditional pub feel to it than many of the trendy bars on nearby Park Street.

There are several different areas to the pub separated by partitioning, and on a few different levels. Thereís a comfy corner with a few old leather sofaís, and even a small bar downstairs although this never seems to get much use. I think at one time the pool table was down here, but itís now at the front of the main bar. There is also a garden area which keeps the smokers happy.

Each table had a lighted candle on it which created a pleasant ambience and although there was a large plasma on the wall this had the sound turned off. There was a short menu chalked up on a board, consisting of pub staples such as Scampi & Chips, Bangers & mash, etc., and a selection of baguettes and light bites.

Beers on tap were Jem, Doom Bar and Teignworthy Gun Dog. Ciders were a slightly disappointing Scrumpy Jack, Bulmers and Symondís Founders Reserve.
Blackthorn - 17 Dec 2010 10:12
Popular pub on two floors and a small garden area. Several different areas with plenty of tables and a few sofa's. Good sized bar with Doom Bar, Deuchar's IPA and Butcombe on tap, plus Blackthorn, Strongbow & Stonehouse cider's.
Blackthorn - 11 Oct 2009 12:36
Comfy looking , but also a pub that always looks a bit cluttered , you know like the front room , oh weve got nowhere else to put it so lets put it in there , your almost frightened your going to fall over something. . beers d/bar l/pride d/bar butcombe , deuchars , my two pints were cold . 4/10
beatles38 - 21 Sep 2009 20:51
Recently had a refurb and has managed to lose all of its historical character - light wooden floors, booths gone in place of comfy leather seats, swirly carpeted bit etc. And the top of the beautiful old bar has gone. A real shame.

That said, the Doombar and Deuchars IPA were very good and reasonably priced and there is now a decent looking menu of pub food and Portuguese snacks (Portuguese chef).

iammoribund - 1 Oct 2008 11:04

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