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Address: 143/147 High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 7PJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9695) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lincoln Central (0.2 miles), Hykeham (3.3 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
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Great choice of real cider, it's a weaterspoons, does what it says on the tin, as they go it's nice. Thank god for Tim Martin on holiday head for his pubs you will ok.
madcatlady - 14 Sep 2014 20:43
Nice enough Wetherspoons, pub, which has some art-deco touches in keeping with its history. Perhaps not the best of this chain, it is better than a lot.
The beer choice was reasonable with several from local breweries in the Lincolnshire area.
They could have had more bar staff working as getting served was a challenge but overall, not a bad place.
SouthYorkshireman - 19 Jan 2014 17:25
Large Wetherspoons not too far from Lincoln station. Presumably it used to be a cinema or theatre. The beer selection was good - Ruddles Best, Tom Woods Melton Mild, Bath Gem, Newby Wyke England Expects & Wychwood Hobgoblin. But we all went for ciders, of which there were 8 - Mr Whiteheads Plum Cider, Sandford Orchards Devon Scrumpy, Gwynt y Ddraig Welsh Gold Perry, Thatchers Perry & Cheddar Valley, Cornish Orchards Vintage Cider, Gwynt y Ddraig Farmhouse Scrumpy & Sheppys Raspberry Cider.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jul 2012 19:42
usually weatherspoon offering been to one been them all bar staff are as common as Popes.
sallyreasby - 15 Feb 2012 11:42
A large Wetherspoon�s pub on the main road in to Lincoln. The long front part of the bar facing on to the street has some fold back windows, which whilst giving plenty of fresh air doesn�t offer much in the way of an attractive outlook. Up a few steps to the main part of the pub, and the long bar counter running almost the entire length of the back wall.

It looks as though it�s been here for a few years, and is starting to look a little tatty around the edges. Nothing too serious, but some of the upholstery is looking a little threadbare. There�s plenty of wood panelling on the walls, and several book cases around. There are also some art deco touches around the place which presumably hark back to it�s former life as a theatre. In a further nod to this, there is a listing of the acts that appeared here in 1985, and a number of black and white photographs of the actors adorn the walls.

There were a few plasmas dotted around and several fruit machines. The condom machine in the gent�s loo also dispensed tic-tacs which I thought was an odd combination. A barrel perched on a table and a couple of hay bales advertised a forthcoming cider festival. There is a small courtyard off to the right for the smokers.

Beers were a fairly predictable JDW range � Abbot Ale, Ruddle�s County, Directors, Everard�s Tiger, Hobgoblin and Midsummer Madness. Ciders were Thatcher�s Gold and Strongbow.
Blackthorn - 3 Jul 2011 23:27

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