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Lord Hop, Nuneaton - pub details

Address: 38 Queens Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 5JX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 45527) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nuneaton (0.4 miles), Bedworth (3.2 miles), Hinckley (4.6 miles)

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user reviews of Lord Hop, Nuneaton

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The Lord Hop is a nice micropub in Nuneaton town centre. I was here on New Year's Eve when many other pubs had closed for private (ticket only) parties. Despite taking ages to get served, I quite enjoyed this place. There are a few seats in the small ground floor bar. But there are more upstairs where it can be much quieter. Unlike Tuna, I wasn't in too bad a state. So the beer list was Naylor's Mistletoe, Milestone Donner & Blitzed, Kelham Island Fairytale of New York & Abbeydale Night Before Christmas. Spot the theme! Ciders were Harry's Haystack, Weston's Hand Brake & Rusted Wheel, Lilley's Mango Cider & Rhubarb Cider, Cotswold Cider Company Voodoo Pulp & Snail's Bank Orchard Dry. Possibly the best pub in Nuneaton. But I still have some more to try.
blue_scrumpy - 2 Feb 2018 21:10
Excellent. Good range of ales and ciders. I can't name them though because on my visit I was pissed.
Tuna - 25 Feb 2017 15:14
Newly opened micropub on the edge of the town centre. First impressions are good – a row of nine handpumps greet you as you enter. That as you get closer you realise that half of them are either cider or blank. Then you notice the 8 carks behind the bar – still not worked out whether they were on sale or not – as they were definitely different from the handpumps. I tried the Wye Valley Headless Jack which wasn’t wildly exciting.

The place is small with only 3 tables – and not helped by one of the tables being occupied by the bar staff talking to their friends ! There is also an upstairs, but I’ve not ventured there yet. Decor consists mainly of the ubiquitous old pump clips. There is also a dartboard where it appears if you don’t throw straight you either hit a wall to one side, or a window to the other !

Martinsh - 6 Nov 2016 22:28

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