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Ye Olde Spa Inne, Derby - pub details

Ye Olde Spa Inne

Address: 204 Abbey Street, Derby, Derbyshire, DE22 3SU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13111) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Derby (0.9 miles), Peartree (1.6 miles), Spondon (3.5 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of Ye Olde Spa Inne, Derby

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Visited for the first time in a long while last weekend, And I’m afraid it’s definitely gone downhill. Now only 2 beers available, GK Abbot and Marstons EPA. I tried the latter and it wasn’t too bad. No food at present as “new menu coming soon”. Large screen sports TVs have made an appearance as well. The staff seemed to be all preoccupied with preparing for their Halloween party – which was still a week away, and not even on October 31st !

5/10 – will be giving it a miss in future.

Martinsh - 25 Oct 2016 20:33
Went back here on Saturday, this time with the intention of sampling the food. The menu is pretty much standard “pub grub”, but at very reasonable prices. There is also a small specials board (only thing I remember being spicy meatballs), and various offers like “Tuesdays all starters £1”.

I had the “New Yorker” which was chicken breast covered in bacon, cheese & sauce, served with chips and salad. Very nice it was too. I was also very tempted by the “cheesecake menu”, but two of the three had sold out, leaving only “triple chocolate”. The only drawback was the length of time it took for my food to arrive – at least it meant I could have a good read of the Derby Drinker I’d picked up earlier !

There were 4 beers on tap. I have a feeling two were Bass and Pedigree. Certainly I had Castle Rock Harvest Pale, which isn’t the sort of beer I’d normally choose. So I suspect the other choices were rather uninteresting !

Martinsh - 5 Jul 2015 21:53
This pub is set back from the road – because it predates it ! As the name implies it is the site of the (unsuccessful) 18th century Derby Spa. On entering, the main bar is directly ahead, and there are alcoves leading off in all directions. The floor features interesting patterned tiles, except in the entrance area when wooden panelling has been laid on top.

6 or 7 real ales were available, of which I had Cameron’s Strongarm – a beer a hadn’t come across for a long time. Food was available – but I had just eaten at the Bell & Castle (q.v.), so didn’t partake.

6/10 – may revise after a future visit.

Martinsh - 8 Feb 2015 19:50
Now under new management. The current Landlord has had two previous well renowned pubs in Derby, majorly investing in one as a private venture.

Weekly triva quiz on Tuesdays, great function room, seating out front and back. Lovely traditional pub with generally two real ales and a creamflow.
samihancock - 17 Aug 2010 11:57
Very cosy, especially in Winter. Good Pedigree, Bass, Timothy Taylor Landlord and occasional guest ale. Genial, friendly place with regulars at bar or ample seating for a quiet drink. Friendly landlord and lady and staff, I would recommend.

maccaderby - 5 Nov 2009 14:31

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