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Nags Head, Sheffield - pub details

Address: Stacey Bank, Loxley, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 6SJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37805) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Sheffield (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.2/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of Nags Head, Sheffield

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I've only just discovered this pub as I don't pass this way often, but I'm very pleased to say that it's a real pub where the emphasis is on good beer which is also good value, convivial company and a comfortable atmosphere.

The absence of the "Pubco influence" is immediately tangible and that's a really good feeling. All the cask ales are from the nearby Bradfield Brewery but what's not to like about that?

It's very well frequented by a mixed crowd and this says a lot in my book. I keep trying to think of excuses to visit this great little pub.
vladtheimbiber - 11 Jul 2012 17:13
Beer (Blonde) was fantastic (not always the case with brewery taps), and this feels more like a friendly locals than a destination dining pub, which is also a good thing. Lovely part of the world.
mtaylor40 - 18 Jul 2011 21:44
Another pub which was like walking in to a scene with Uncle Mort and Carter. Not the greatest of interior layouts (another snooker table - must be the Crucible/Len Ganley stance effect) but the beers and clentelle make up for that. Tried a pint of Bradfield Brown Cow and Belgian Blue both were excellent. It's actually on the road out of Loxley towards Bradfield. For a relatively remote location they have pretty lengthy opening hours (as in all day everyday till 23:30 and 'till late' fri & sat). Bus 61 & 62 Bradfield circulars run from Hilsborough bus station and MalinBridge tram terminus in a circular route serving here and the Plough at Bradfield - and other pubs along the way.
anonymous - 30 Jan 2011 13:03
Between Loxley and Bradfield, this unpretentious pub is owned by the Bradfield Brewery, which means the beer is great. Good selection of Bradfield Beers (Farmers, Plough, other specials), including their stout. Really good value - as are the bar snacks. Haven't eaten there but plenty do - standard pub grub by the looks of it. The staff are freindly and the atmosphere is pleasant. No pub garden to speak of, just some tables by the car park, but if it's views you want just head out for a walk in any direction from there. A lot better than the Brewery's nearest pub in Bradfield, the awful Old Horns.
Stein - 7 May 2010 16:08
Traditional, stone built pub on the main road into Sheffield in the Loxley valley, which like many in the area offers the excellent local Bradfield range of real ales. It has two rooms, the small bar room with an L-shaped bar and a games room with a medium sized snooker table-very rare in a country pub. On a Sunday visit dinners were being served that looked good and seemed good value. 10 mins drive 0r 45 mins walk from Malinbridge tram stop, or can be combined with a walk with the pubs in Bradfield- as such it features in CAMRA's Peak District Pub Walks, and rightly so.
Carlurmston - 3 Jun 2009 13:09

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