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Reviews of The Green Man (Average Rating: 6 of 10) see review guidelines
Bucking Fastard left this review about The Green Man
A former farmhouse dating back to 1690,this old building has a very low door and ceilings throughout.You enter into the main room with a brick fireplace to the left and lots of exposed stonework.Furniture is traditional and there is a back bar,through a door but this wasnt being used on my Friday after work visit.The handpumps are in a section to the right,while beyond there is a square section with a few dining style tables,however food is not served so it's just a good ,honest village boozer with no modern distractions (apart from rugby when on BT Sport) and just the hubub of friendly chatter,it was proving very popular.Camping is offered at the rear,while bench seating to the front would be fine in good weather.
The four handpumps were offering London Pride,St Austell Tribute,Black Sheep bitter and a very good Purity Mad Goose (pricey at £3.75)
Friendly enough place and if you are boating moor up at Bridge 26A and the pub is a 5 minute walk up the footpath and then Bascote Road.
On 2nd April 2016
- rating: 6
[User has posted 1439 recommendations about 1439 pubs]
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Ga Andrews left this review about The Green Man
The Green Man
Another great village pub, proper bar rooms with a lounge and games room and the old style pub furniture. Decorated with local and pub memorabilia. On walking in there was only two people at the bar, we soon realised why, a noisy party in progress. However as the time ticked by more locals came, so it was us just being too early!
The bar staff were very friendly and informative, and were happy to give us tasters of the 4 ales, London Pride, Tetleys Bitter, Black Sheep Bitter and a lovely Woodforde Nog.
They don’t do food, which is a shame as I suspect they would do old fashioned pub food. This pub is the furthest from the canal a good half an hour walk but worth it if you like a proper pub. If you find the local co-op in the village it’s just a 2 minute walk from there.
Saturday 18th September 2010
On 27th September 2010
- rating: 6
[User has posted 64 recommendations about 58 pubs]
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- Beer Festivals : Yes - April - last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
- Dog Friendly : Yes last updated 03 April 2016 by Bucking Fastard
- Hot Food : No last updated 02 April 2016 by Bucking Fastard
- Live TV Sports : Yes - BT Sports Rugby - last updated 02 April 2016 by Bucking Fastard
- Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
Last inspected: August 28th 2012