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The Prince Albert, Whitton - pub details

Address: 54, Hounslow Rd, Whitton, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW2 7EX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25537) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Whitton (0.3 miles), Hounslow (0.6 miles), Twickenham (1.3 miles)

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I have always had a soft spot for this pub and I go in occasionally for a pint. They serve excelent Guinness and all the pints served are good quaility and clean glasses. It can be very noisy on sport days. The one issue I have and I am not a prude and I can swear with the best of them. What does annoy me is the management do not tell the punters to tone it down a bit. I can handle the odd F8ck or two swearing but there is some loud mouths in there that freely use the C8n t word. It really is quite unpleasant ans I don't think they realise how out of order and unacceptable it is. Like is said, I really like this pub.. however I want them to have a sense of decorum!
Cheers 🍺🍺
Beerkritic007 - 29 Jan 2018 22:24
I had to attend a funeral nearby a month ago and was visiting over from Ireland and found this (Irish?) pub on Facebook which was not too far by train. The beer garden looked well kept and was adourned with lovely baskets and tubs. However when I tried to order a drink, the elderly barmaid was more interested in ignoring the customers waiting and continued to chat with a local. She also appeared to have consumed a large amount of the strong stuff herself,
The locals seemed pretty friendly, and all seemed to be talking above the volume of the many TV,s on the walls. (I think it's a sports type bar) as I was waiting, another stocky tall barman with glasses appeared who sounded Polish or Romanian, again seemed to be more involved in chating (loudly) to customers seated and also ignored waiting (Thirsty) people at the counter.
When I finally got a pint of beer, it tasted slightly odd and flat? As I waited so long for it I didn't want to complain. I can't rate this pub very high and now pleased I'm back in Ireland with a decent beer in date, served promptly and with more courtesy than The Prince Albert. - Not at all welcoming I'm sorry to say I won't be returning...

Eirelad - 14 Aug 2017 11:40
went in for a few pints after a christening, place was packed as Armv Navy rugby game. The guinness was poor however the Pride has got better. Great to watch gaelic sports as well as rugby, good atmosphere
jeffandstack - 29 Apr 2012 14:46
Top quality pub, made even better by The Joker raffle they have in there
What more can you say!!!
nickyetti - 18 Jun 2009 16:32
Recently refurbished and even more cosy than before. Nice seating areas to have a drink and chat in. Even the fruit machine has it's own cladding so you don't see it from the bar !

Rugby friendly with a beer garden. Good place to call on the way to Twickenham. Especially if an Irish team is playing.

Great Irish Traditional session on Thursday nights starts about 10pm. One of the best sessions in SW London............

ArthurG - 26 Feb 2009 13:57

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