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Wilmot Arms, Derby - pub details

Wilmot Arms

Address: 2 Morley Road, Chaddesden, Derby, Derbyshire, DE21 4QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44615) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Spondon (1.8 miles), Derby (1.9 miles), Peartree (3.1 miles)

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user reviews of Wilmot Arms, Derby

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Nice, friendly, food orientated pub in Borrowash with a pool table. Kids play area at the back and there was also a bouncy castle there during our visit.
Food was nice, pretty good value and they had a Castle Rock ale on (Screech Owl I think) which was in good form.
Short drive from Elvaston Castle.
dyyony - 24 Apr 2017 18:16

Over recent years most of the pubs in the sprawling residential Derby suburb of Chaddesden have closed, but the oldest, The Wilmot Arms, has bucked that trend and has recently been bought and completely refurbished by Steamin' Billy Brewing Co. It is the brewery's first pub outside Leicestershire and hopefully it will not be their last in the Derby area. The Steamin' Billy Bitter is an excellent brew. The downside is that although it is on a bus route, the Wilmot is a bit too far out of town to be on the regular pub crawl circuit.

steve2905 - 18 Jun 2015 23:22
At the time of my visit (May 2015), this place had recently been taken on by the Steamin Billy brewery (Leicester), and had it’s emphasis switched to become a “traditional ale house”. The place had obviously been thoroughly refitted inside, and was looking a bit pristine for my tastes. The main lounge was done out in a blue checked pattern, with old sporting implements (cricket bats, tennis racquets, golf clubs) on the walls.

There were 4 beers on tap in the lounge, two of which were Steamin Billy’s own, but I went for the Belvoir Dark Horse (mild), which was very nice. Latter on I discovered the other bar, which had a similar range of 4 different beers. Even later I discovered a complete beer listing on the wall – by the other entrance.

Food is limited to cobs / pies. I had the ham & mustard cob, which was reasonable, but obviously wasn’t made on the premises as it came in a plastic packet !

I also have to report that on a Saturday lunchtime the place was very quiet, most of the time I was the only person there.

6/10 – give it time to settle in

Martinsh - 18 Jun 2015 22:42

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