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The Somerville Arms, Leamington Spa

Best pub best beer in Leamington Spa.

No juke box.
No fruit machines.
No piped music.
Bar snacks.
Friendly service.
Everard's beer kept in top condition.
Dogs welcome.

Perfect pub.

6 Apr 2015 20:13

The Old Bell Tavern, Harrogate

Market Town Taverns pub the Old Bell has a changing range of eight guest beers including from owners Okells of the Isle of Man, plus a dark beer. A real cider and a range of UK and foreign bottled and keg beers available. Upstairs restaurant open in the evenings. Nice pub.

17 Mar 2015 20:21

The Winter Gardens, Harrogate

Really interesting. Building dates from 1897, with a very large central bar. A spectacular building with great architecture. 10 beers available, including the usual Spoon favourites Adnams Broadside, Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best Bitter and Sharp's Doom Bar, plus guests such as local Daleside brewery. Worth the experience.

17 Mar 2015 20:16

The Running Horse, Leatherhead

impressive pub, dating back to 15th century. Low ceilings and beams, cosy and friendly. Decent pint of Shepherd Neame.

1 Jun 2014 03:52

Plough, Worcester

Really great pub, excellent beers, and good service. worth a visit!

4 Mar 2014 20:47

The Globe, Ludlow

Bit disappointed. Not an ale venue. Only one bitter, more lager and wine venue. More the bar to the adjoining Thai restaurant. Nothing very exciting.

17 Nov 2013 20:41

The Church Inn, Ludlow

Certainly worth a visit. Great selection of ales, both local and from afar. Guy on the bar, Dave, great character. Warm welcome.

17 Nov 2013 20:36

The Feathers Hotel, Ludlow

Very pleasant, lots of history and character. Three local ale (all sampled!) good and well kept. For a hotel, found beer prices competitive. Friendly bar staff. Woold recommend a visit.

17 Nov 2013 20:31

The Bull Hotel, Ludlow

Worst experience we've had for sometime. Not very welcoming, rough, and typical Marstons selection of ales, not well served. Not one to recommend.

17 Nov 2013 20:23

The Unicorn Inn, Ludlow

Nice pub, lots of character, limited beer selection, but decent.

17 Nov 2013 20:16

The Crown, Worcester

Tried the Crown for a lunchtime drink/bite to eat. We arrived to find the place moderately busy, but only one person behind the bar. Been ignored/overlooked 5 times whilst trying to get served was frustrating. Had a half decent pint of Abbots, but decided not to eat due to the poor service. Not a place to go if your in a hurry.

9 Nov 2013 12:06

Plough, Worcester

Excellent! Great character, good ale, friendly. Worth finding and sampling.

9 Nov 2013 11:50

The Cap 'n' Gown, Worcester

Called in here hoping to fine good ale and atmosphere. Not a real ale drinkers paradise. Most seem to be later drinkers. Ales limited and not great. Apparently the place is under new landlord, with the promise of music etc. Not a great experience.

9 Nov 2013 11:42

The Zetland Arms Hotel, Warwick

A typical pub that does the basics well. Nothing special, but good atmosphere and friendly staff. Beer was alright but not the best selection for me. Food also served but not sampled.

30 Oct 2013 22:17

Thomas Lloyd, Warwick

Typical JDW. Beer was OK (not the best), food cheap and reasonably good value, though not without fault. Service sadly was poor. Could do better.

30 Oct 2013 22:06

The Millwright Arms, Warwick

Really nice pub, lots of atmosphere. Good beer and food, at reasonable prices. Looks like a pleasant beer garden but not the best weather to sample. Staff both friendly and helpful.

30 Oct 2013 21:06

The Punch Bowl, Warwick

Called into the Punch bowl for and evening meal and a pint. Found it comfortable and welcome. The food was great and really good value and the choice of beers was excellent. Its worth taking time to look around the pub and the old pictures of Warwick on the wall. If your in Warwick dont miss out on this place, a traditional old fashioned pub with great food and beer.

23 Oct 2013 22:15

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