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Radway Inn, Sidmouth

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Just about the only pub in Sidmouth I would go into for choice. It's a "stand up and drink" kind of place, with a friendly atmosphere, and decent beer.
nick113 - 7 May 2013 08:57
Average place really.
Small and very expensive with a small courtyard garden.
Don't think i would bother coming here again.

montie49 - 11 Sep 2012 05:35
nice little 'normal' pun
beer isnt too cheap but is good
pool table and sky tv
can also bring your own food in or take beer out to the Indian next door
nirvanerd - 6 May 2012 17:28
A small, friendly corner pub with great beer where locals and visitors are equally welcome. Some live music, including a popular Open Mic on the last Sunday of each month: this attracts musicians from nervous beginners to seasoned pros, and is always well attended by a warm and supportive audience.

Two big screens at each end show the big matches and games, including 3D, and there are regular pool and darts teams.

The well-kept ales are Sharps Doombar and Bass, and you can also have Taunton Traditional cider hand pumped to you: there are the usual lagers, bitters and Guinness.

An easy pub in which to become a regular: I did.
the.barfly - 7 Dec 2010 18:58
Was fortunate to visit here on Saturday on a weekend away with the wife.

An excellent sports pub, rugby on one telly, football on the other.

Excellent Doom Bar and a Cointreau for the of the best pubs in Sidmouth, without a doubt.
robdscarter - 15 Feb 2010 09:43
good beer very friendly staff always visit when in sidmouth
swe62 - 25 Jan 2010 21:15
A terraced corner pub, with a red and white exterior and a strange attempt to give a stone block, or rusticated effect by seemingly running a finger through wet plaster - a number of pubs had the same look around here.

The inside was mainly modern. Open plan, L shaped around the bar, the walls were beige and white, with wood panel. Some arty pictures mixed with decent water colours. There is darts and pool. Service was fine and the clientele mixed, but mainly the more mature and the bar area crowded. There is Sky TV.

Beer; tap stuff with Bass on handpull and the delightful Sharpe's Doombar, which was excellent.

Beer and service etc was fine, the building a little too modern for my taste, but worth stopping for one.
Archivist - 9 Sep 2009 13:50
I have just recently returned form a small break in Devon. I visited Sidmouth on a pre tour as I have heard of the sidmouth folk festival and I wanted to get the low down on the local pubs before my preposed visit to the festival this year (never been before). I read all the reviews on the pubs prior to my visit and I would like to add my humble opinion.

Friendly staff, and did have some sport on. The pub was too small for my tastes , so I did not spend long there. No complaints about the pint I had though.
Rambler_uk - 8 Jun 2009 18:20
Nice pub, excellent beer and taunton traditional cider
CaptainDave - 12 Aug 2008 12:13
Easily the friendliest pub in Sidmouth. A small, street corner pub with no outstanding features, just good beer, nice staff, sociable regulars and a location just far enough off the tourist trail to be a true local's pub. Highly recommended.
Mrs_Ethel_Fronge - 5 Sep 2007 00:40
Great pub (for Sidmouth) with a good sociable landlord. I watched West Ham beat Preston here - so maybe I'm predjudiced.
bob_g - 8 Jun 2005 16:12

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