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Northcote Hotel, Southsea - pub details

Address: Francis Avenue, Southsea, Hampshire, PO4 0HL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9986) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Fratton (0.7 miles), Portsmouth & Southsea (1.2 miles), Portsmouth Harbour (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 23 users)
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Leopold Tavern, Southsea (0.1 miles), Bold Forester, Southsea (0.1 miles), Golden Eagle, Southsea (0.1 miles), Lawrence Arms, Southsea (0.2 miles), Festing Hotel, Southsea (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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As part of a usual saturday pub crawl I am pleased to say that this pub remains friendly and pleasant to be in, however it was the most expensive ale we drank that night and I am sorry to say we visited equally good pubs with much lower prices (cheapest was 65p a pint less) that night so will probably knock this one off the list for a while, or I win the lotto and don't care how much I pay for a pint.
odbod - 2 Jul 2013 14:34
A very good local pub, really well kept beer, friendly staff who treat both their beer and their customers with respect
bercma - 20 Apr 2013 08:43
Interesting film related memorabilia on the walls (Sherlock / Silent era). Quiet in the midweek afternoon we visited.
WelshOwl - 27 Aug 2012 17:04
Only a relatively brief drop-in to this GBG-listed venue a couple of Saturdays back. Regrettably, my partner-in-piss had started to struggle with his insides following an ill-advised mouthful of Dark Star's Coffee Pilsner at the nearby Leopold; so ill-advised in fact that I have to advise you he was ill - seriously so and spent much of our time in the Northcote making use of their apparently commodious bathroom facilities. Oh well, that left me to enjoy the place as best I could and take in what it had to offer. Some local beers were provided - very nice drop of Irving - and the service was with a smile. There was a cosy element to this pub, although being a Saturday night things were reasonably buzzy and I observed a decent mix of ages and gender in the clientele. Music was on but not perceived to be unduly intrusive.

Although not an out-and-out corker, I got the distinct impression the Northcote was the sort of pub that had the potential to appeal to a broad segment of the pubgoing populace, and is certainly somewhere I might get back to if in the area again. However I can only pray it will be with different company - if one sees more of the urinal than the bar then one knows one has strayed too far from the right road.
TWG - 5 Mar 2012 17:26
Lovely pub with good atmosphere. The beer range is limited but what they have is kept well.
caskforce - 10 Feb 2011 17:36

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