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The Crowborough Cross, Crowborough

Now a Wetherspoons, which on this occasion is a pleasant change! Previously it was a pub that was dark, dingy, uncomfortable and a bit rough.

Now it is bright, clean and comfortable. We ordered a traditional breakfast and were happy with the food. The staff were friendly polite and efficient. We were brought our meal in timely fashion and it represented great value for money.

Usual lineup of beers from Ruddles, Adnams etc but OK.

There is a small issue with parking, there were only a few spaces. However we can recommend a visit

11 Apr 2015 04:33

The Feathers Hotel, Ludlow

I visited the Feathers today whilst in Ludlow on business. Having never been to Ludlow before, it seemed obvious to call in.

Outside the facade is amazing, real history. Inside the old part of the building is pure history, lots of timber and lots of atmosphere.

Unfortunately the bar is newer, but pleasant enough. No irritating telly or background music to contend with.

The Feathers provide a good location to meet with a client. Good coffee and biscuits, followed later by a pint and sandwiches. Three ales were on sale, the Hobsons Old Prickly proving very good, at reasonable at £3.20 a pint.

Decent service certainly concluded a good experience. 10/10.

26 Mar 2015 21:09

The Nottingham Arms, Tewkesbury

Pleasing Fourteenth-century town-centre pub with a public bar at the front and rear restaurant. Five real ales are on offer, including St Austell Tribute, Wye Valley HPA and Butty Bach, and we found them all kept in first class condition. Well-priced contemporary food is also served lunchtimes and evenings. Friendly staff who are more than happy to tell you about the resident ghosts!

23 Mar 2015 20:15

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