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The Botwell Inn, Hayes - pub details

Botwell Inn

Address: 25-29 Coldharbour Lane, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 3EB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8577) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hayes & Harlington (0.5 miles), Southall (1.8 miles), West Drayton (2.6 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 26 users)
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user reviews of the Botwell Inn, Hayes

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Im a Hayes man , born and bread, been drink in this pub since i was 16, im 30 now, and this pub gets me away from the horrors that is Hayes. Staff are friendly , beer is well kept, all in all a tidy pub. As for the people, they are rough and ready , but they are good people, just getting on with there lives. I still go back every time im back in Hayes, im my opinion one of the best wetherspoons ive been to
htid - 15 Jun 2014 17:23
You know what you are going to get with Wetherspoons and given that Hayes is in many ways the land that time forgot, its wares were welcome after a long Grand Union Canal walk from Denham. I enjoyed a superb pint of chocolatey Bruery beer from the chain's American joint venture while buffalo wings were passable. No character at all of course but that's like complaining about a lack of personality in your local Tesco Metro.
BoehmBawerk - 24 Feb 2014 08:19
A JDW Real Ale oasis in a town not known for good beer. Still run by Gemma but on her own now, this pub serves generally very well kept ales and decent enough good value food, to the mainly working class regulars that frequent the place.
Staff are normally friendly and polite, but there has been a lot of personnel turnover this year, which detracts a little from it's appeal. At busy times, the bar service can be a bit slow, but the low beer prices make up for this.
Very much a locals beer drinkers pub, the clientele may appear a bit rough and ready, often still dressed in their working clothes, but are well enough behaved and actual trouble is rare. Not a genteel establishment, you will hear ripe and non-PC language aplenty - but you won't find aggro there unless you go looking for it and behave like an idiot.
Rover1959 - 21 Dec 2013 10:40
I used to drink here pretty regularly and was made very welcome by the staff and management. Food is decent and the beer well-kept. Customers are a rough-and ready crowd but this is Hayes FFS; you're going to get a bit of boxing now and again on a weekend night...

The managers B and G do a wonderful job. Keep my spot at the bar warm for me...
DuncDisorderly - 1 Nov 2010 20:45
This place is an absolute disgrace! And shoul be shut down by health and safety. I went for some food with my father which took ages 2 come out and god knows why because it was still bloody frozen solid!! The management is a joke as she didn't even give an apology and took no responsibility for it simply saying "well I didn't cook it!" I walk past this pub on a daily basis, and for no reason what so ever you get a torrent of abuse from the customers who stand outside smoking pot drunk off their heads. Most of the staff don't believe in service with a smile! If I were you I would stay well clear!! What a disgrace 2 the weatherspoon chain!
Cleocleop - 9 May 2010 16:43

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