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Stratton House Hotel, Biggleswade - pub details

Address: London Road, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18 8ED [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39889) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Biggleswade (0.3 miles), Sandy (3 miles), Arlesey (4.5 miles)

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user reviews of Stratton House Hotel, Biggleswade

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Just reading the previous reviewer's post before I started typing, and if this was the most expensive place in Biggleswade he visited then it must be a particularly cheap place to drink.

I had a pint of the Landlord's Choice which at £2.85 was particularly well priced, I thought.

I felt a bit awkward just dropping in for a pint as the place is obviously set up more for dining - although saying that it felt a bit like sitting in a hotel lobby.

Well kept beer but not the type of place you'd have a session.
duchyjim - 27 Jan 2017 13:33
The Stratton House Hotel is a reasonably large family/dining pub. It was fairly busy yesterday lunchtime with both diners and drinkers. Service was quick. But this was also the most expensive pub we tried in Biggleswade. Ales were Wadworth Swordfish, Potton Pablo's Princess and the house beer St Austell Landlord's Choice. As its name suggests, this pub also offers accommodation. There is a car park at the rear. When full, there is an adjacent public car park that can also be used. The bar area had a strong smell of fish, which was a bit offputting.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Feb 2015 08:51
I have visited the Stratton House a few times, mainly for drinking, but a couple of times have eaten there also.

The food area is clean, the staff are polite, and the food itself is of good quality.

The bar area itself is in an awkward configuration, making getting to the bar itself difficult on busy days, and doesn't give you much of an area to mingle in.

A seating area exists to the side of the bar, as well as quite a few tables outside, but the one let down with the Stratton is the service behind the bar. A couple of staff are quick, efficient and friendly, but all too often I've found myself being ignored while at the bar, or else being given dirty glass or having my change flung back at me, even on quiet days.

And finally, the beer itself - not much to write home about, a few specials have gone down well recently, but inevitably after a pint or two, we inevitably start gravitating to a better pub just a few metres down the road.
Doogles - 2 Nov 2011 17:40
Good choice to be in the GBG really nice hotel with an excellent bar at reasonable prices, the food looked over priced but as i visited just for a beer i wasnt disapointed. Staffed looked a bit disinterested which lost a mark but apart from that its a decent place for a pint.
superseagulls - 19 Dec 2010 11:24

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