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Trent Navigation, Nottingham - pub details

Address: 17 Meadow Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 3HS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37314) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nottingham (0.6 miles), Netherfield (2.9 miles), Carlton (3.1 miles)

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Comfortable pub in a side street near the sporting venues, it's also the Navigation Brewery tap, large range of Navigation beers and two Gwynt Y Ddraig ciders. Most important though, the air con was working in the pub!

Went for the Navigation Patriot as it's a traditional best bitter rather than the usual offering of pale beers in this area. It was very good.

Definitely worth another visit - but not on a sporting match day!
ellisref - 24 Jul 2019 09:55
Super pub just off London Road and very handy for both football grounds and Trent bridge cricket. Large single bar with several seating areas so it can cope with busy times (football etc)
Staff were excellent and we didn't have to wait to get served even though it was rammed. Tried a couple of the Navigation ales - liked the Pale Ale and the Apus but did also enjoy the new Shipstone's Bitter which was great to see being re-created. We ate here before the match and my Yorkshire Pudding with Cottage Pie was absolutely spot-on for a cold evening before the game. Huge portion and part of the two meals for £12 offer. This is a modern pub inside an old building and it works well. Highly recommended. There are a few pubs I could name who could learn a thing or two from this place.
mcroyal - 1 Dec 2013 14:40
This is the home of the Navigation Brewery that is situated just behind the pub. Very fine Navigation ales available, very well organised pub, gets busy and has regular live music. Certainly worth a visit for quality real ales (probably the best brewed in the City). Food looks good, large outdoor area. This is a large pub and sufficiently out of the way of footflow to ensure that as a destination pub, it keeps a traditional friendly atmosphere. Just up the lane from Notts County's ground.
oxybrig - 16 Sep 2013 12:07
Tucked in amongst the canal and back-street businesses surrounding Notts County FC. Large attractive looking building, heavily tiled along the frontage in an old-fashioned style, but interior decor is jarringly modern in a "boutique" kind of way. Full of Forest fans on our visit an hour before kick-off, but quick service and friendly staff. Prices very reasonable at 2.60 a pint. Very decent selection of half a dozen local real ales. Excellent and well worth a visit on non-match days - its only 15 minutes walk from the station after all.
Gristy - 2 Nov 2011 10:30
Now re-opened, under new management, re-decorated and those nasty bar stools have gone!!!!!!

Popped in before some Friday rugby the other night had 2 great pints and a lasagne that was truly excellent.

Well worth a visit, not just before a match.
427scr - 14 Oct 2011 13:53

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