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Prefer traditional pubs with real ales and ambience. Like to travel anywhere in a motorcaravan to find a good pub.
Don't care much for the new fashion of pubs being totally devoted to food and virtually becoming restaurants, being constantly modernised, and being too brightly lit, but I realise that they have to make a living and attract more people.

Username: Wirral_RealAlians

Age: 61

Sex: male

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The Freed Man, Walmer

Very nice small bar next to a fish and chip shop. It looks like you can go get your fish and chips and bring them into the bar too. There were four beers on tap ranging from a porter to a lemony pale beer but all were very good. Very nice atmosphere well decorated with lots of wood flags pictures maps nautical and aeronautical paraphernalia. High seats around a shelf in the pane glass window make a good viewing g point outside. Only poor point is the large table on the right hand side was totally monopolised by just two people. Should be replaced by two smaller tables then the rest of the space can be used. Would go back anytime.

25 Jul 2017 22:56

The Plough Inn, Pershore

Well it is now going under the name of The Pickled Plum and we didn't go in as it looked rather sterile and non pub like and quiet on Thursday night. It is definitely billing itself as a restaurant and all of the comments on Facebook and Google all talk about the food with hardly a mention of beer. Still judging from the comments that's what a lot of people want. Probably good at what it does.

20 Jun 2015 10:35

The New Inn, Pershore

Called in and asked if there were any real ales on and got the reply, no. A pity as the sandwiches on the bar looked really good. Can't really comment on the pub as we didn't stay but it looked popular.

20 Jun 2015 10:04

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