The Ivy, Heddington - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4669) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|Lovely Old School pub with lovely cask ales, fantastic 6X and a lovely light Henry's IPA, really taste the diffrence from other pubs. Great setting, like steping back in time. I love my pubs and it made my day going to a gem like this. |
zmarsden - 27 Feb 2011 12:12
|We`re only ever down from Manchester to this neck of the woods once or twice a year, but when we are - we always make for The Ivy.|
I fell for it the first moment I entered. The unspoiled, unpretentious, rustic, gorgeousness and friendliness are like a perfect parallel universe - but you`ll have to go there to grok the fullness.
Then there`s the food. Don`t be fooled by the reasonable prices and think that your portion will be small - they are generous, hearty and delicious.
Vegetarians - fed up with eating vegetable bloody lasagne and other boring goo in pubs? Then get yourself down to The Ivy for mucho pleasure.
If you live nearbyish and you`re not a regular - Where`s your ****ing head at ?!?
Turbowoman - 13 Nov 2009 17:25
|Splendid traditional, thatched, country pub, providing the best of both worlds with good food and excellent ales. Both reasonably priced.|
Beer is served straight from the barrel which makes a rare and welcome sight. Crackling open fire provides a warm welcome on a chilly day.
nwingfield - 30 Oct 2007 12:12
|Excellent sunday carvery dinner - booking advisable as people are now starting to hear about this hidden treasure!|
CarrotMuncher - 21 May 2007 13:43
|For the last 8 years at least, the cask ales at the Ivy Inn have been cooled by chiller probes. As a regular of 20 years I don't think I've ever seen the wet towels on the barrels as described by John Button. Perhaps there had been a power cut.|
The Ivy is a very special, tradional pub. While it serves excellent home cooked food, it's still very much a drinkers' pub.
Bernard Morris - 3 May 2004 11:27
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