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The Stirrup Cup Inn, Bisley

The Stirrup Cup, Bisley, a traditional 18th century Cotswold country inn with open fires in the winter, a place which offers real food, real ales and real atmosphere for visitors.
I love this pub , it is so pleasant just to sit back and relax with a beer and watching the world go by at a steady pace, friendly bar staff and great food and ale.

24 Mar 2005 20:55

Old Farmers Arms, Bishops Cleeve

I rather have the 'farmers Arms' before is was refurbished, to modern now and lost its oldness about it which is pretty sad.

23 Mar 2005 23:49

The Bath Tavern, Cheltenham

It was a better pub when it was called the 'Bath Tavern', I practically live 15 secs walk away from this boozer and never go in there now.

23 Mar 2005 23:48

The Sudeley Arms, Cheltenham

Don't go in here on match days when Cheltenham Town FC are playing there is usually a bit of bother...but a nice pub on weekday afternoons and serve some nice ales.

23 Mar 2005 23:46

The Rotunda, Cheltenham

Old boozer and at the top of the lower-end promenade of Cheltenham...can get quite crowded and is expensive , but you do drink in beautiful surroundings especially in the summer where you can sit outside and do some people watching while getting a few down you.

23 Mar 2005 23:43

The Old Restoration, Cheltenham

One of the oldest ale houses in Cheltenham and is quite popular with people at the weekends and can get busy...serves the boring standard ales.

23 Mar 2005 23:40

Revolution Vodka Bar, Cheltenham was a church and a place where homeless people could get a cup of tea and a simple meal....The pub is very large and it serves the standard drinks which I feel is dull...lets have some real ales in our town pubs!.

23 Mar 2005 23:38

The Old Amsterdam, Cheltenham

Ok..but most people go next door to Weatherspoons.

23 Mar 2005 23:36

Norwood, Cheltenham

Ok kind of place,love it or hate it ....Usually this is the starting point to the legendary Bath Road pub crawl.

23 Mar 2005 23:34

The Moon Under Water, Cheltenham

Its a great pub with good REAL ales with realistic prices.

23 Mar 2005 23:33

The Midland, Cheltenham

This pub is right next to Cheltenham Spa railway station and is very 'down to earth' and on the rough side, but pretty friendly.

23 Mar 2005 23:32

The Kilkeney Inn, Cheltenham

Nice Pub next to 'Seven Springs' (Source of the Thames) serve some good ale here and if you like your meals on the large side then this is the place for you.

23 Mar 2005 23:30

The Dawn Run, Cheltenham

I was onced serve a pint of 'Thatchers' Cider in a big coffee mug here!!...Its a place where people like a drink and to place a bet on the horses..down to earth and on the rough side.

23 Mar 2005 23:28

The Cotswold, Cheltenham

Nice pub...If you don't like Death/Heavy metal its not the place for you.

23 Mar 2005 23:26

Bell Inn, Cheltenham

I live about 30 sec walk from this place, and I never really drank in there, but I on the one occasion I had a pint in here it was a very homely atmosphere and served a good ale.

23 Mar 2005 23:24

Bass House, Cheltenham

"Good music.. Is this where Hendrix played once?"-Serious lee

No this is not where J.Hendrix are thinking of the old night owl club in Cheltenham. This pub is full of locals that will look at you if you walked through the door, friendly enough place place though and will serve a goodish ale.

23 Mar 2005 23:22

The Railway Hotel, Evesham

Its a pub, that you either hate it or love it. I like it in here for the live music and the dirty jokes on the speaker in the Gents toilets.

23 Mar 2005 20:18

The Bear Hotel, Evesham

Good old fasioned 'down to earth' pub..I love a pint or two in here and I hope it still around years to come.

23 Mar 2005 20:16

The Mail Rooms, Ross-on-Wye

I love this Weatherspoons in Ross...very different from other Weatherspoons establishments, and always good ales with realistic prices.

23 Mar 2005 19:56

The Horse and Hound, Broadway

I like having a drink here when I go to Broadway,Worcs, nice big bar and friendly enough locals, Not many pubs in Broadway but this is one of the best.

23 Mar 2005 19:53

The Woolpack, Slad

This is a lovely old traditional pub on the old wool trading roads of Gloucestershire and the famous West Country writer Lawrie Lee used to enjoy coming here as this was his local pub. What I like about this Public House the most is the quality ales that are served, 'Pig's Ear and Old Spot' are my particular favourites. It does tend to get quite busy on Friday and Saturday
evenings/nights but does have a very jolly feel about the place. I love it!.

22 Mar 2005 21:59

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