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I live on the Surrey/Hants border in a small place called Ash and I love going to pubs with a good atmosphere as well as quaint countryside pubs too. I'm partial to a pint of real ale!

Username: wezmiester

Age: 44

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Pitcher & Piano, Nottingham

Visited here one Saturday afternoon, it''s only a short walk from the city centre near the Lace Market tram stop . It''s a restored church with fabulous décor set over two floors with a combination of open plan seating and table booths as well. They had two ales on which were Boondoggle and Blue Monkey Brewery BG Tips, of which I had the latter. I also had the duck leg to eat which was quite nicely prepared.

Overall, it was an enjoyable visit as the service was reasonably good and the staff friendly. It was nice to find a spare table in a bar/pub in Nottingham on a Saturday afternoon on a Forest match day. It''s worth going just for the impressive interior.

18 Sep 2017 21:01

Ye Olde Swiss Cottage, Swiss Cottage

Visited here one Sunday. For me, this is probably one of the most unique pubs in London. It's owned by Samuel Smith's so therefore it's a similar theme to their other pubs if you've ever visited one of them. It's right by Swiss Cottage Underground station and it's easily located from there using exit #3.

The interior is nicely furnished with comfy armchairs and sofas. There's no music so it's a good place to meet up with friends for a chat over a drink. I had a pint of Sovereign ale (£3.16) and pulled pork pie which tasty enough.

This pub is a nice refuge from the hustle and bustle of London outside. I do like Sam Smiths boozers as they retain many traditional features and their food and drink is good value as well. I do recommend a visit if ever you're nearby.

17 May 2016 19:30

Wyndham Arms, Cullompton

Visited this pub one Friday evening for something to eat and drink whilst staying nearby. This is a historic pub in the centre of the quaint village of Kentisbeare, parking is a bit tight here it has to be said.

The interior is bright and cosy and also what you may expect of a rural pub. They had 3 ales on offer from the Otter Brewery. The food was good and the staff were great despite being rushed off their feet.

It's great seeing a rural pub thriving and serving the local community in the face of so many pub closures. It was very busy but also very welcoming, it's both child and dog friendly too at the Wyndham Arms. I do recommend you make a visit.


1 Mar 2016 20:49

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