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The Lumley, Skegness

Lumley Square
Skegness
PE25 3QJ

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custodian 42 left this review about The Lumley

Quite a large pub with two sets of steps up to the main room. Bar to the left hand side with a couple of weakish real ale pumps.

On 25th March 2020 - rating: 4
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Peter Rydings left this review about The Lumley

Like the spoons across the road its tiered need something doing to it not a lot in but the young guy behind the bar was nice and polite had a good pint of Cameron,s Strong arm.
But unlike across the road it was clean and tidy

On 3rd September 2013 - rating: 7
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Lumley

A large detached family corner pub and eatery owned by the Greene King chain, with patio and side area for beer garden and kid's play area - this is served by the extension building which drops down to the garden. The building is Edwardian looking, in red brick with moulded stone door, windows and string-courses. The main building has a number of projecting windows and gable ends. It looks really good.

The interior is a bit in the Spoons model. The long wood bar faces you on entry but the room is one big open plan one, with a pool table part way down. It is in the standard mix of colours; browns, clay, cream, and so on, with a cream ceiling, grey cornice and part carpet, part wood floor. There is a small tiled fireplace and old photos and mirrors on the walls. As like a Spoons, it is populated by food tables - i didn't eat here so i can't comment on that, but the holidaymaker clientele were lapping-up the budget menu. The service was fine and there were silent TVs, with the news on and the music was charty, but at a decent level.

Beer; usual tap stuff with M&B keg MILD. On handpull there were Greene King IPA and a passable Cameron's Strongarm.

Another generic foody family place in Skeggy. You know what you can expect.

On 16th June 2012 - no rating submitted
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andrew parr left this review about The Lumley

Big old pub with a fair selection of good qulity beer.Next to railway station

On 18th September 2011 - rating: 7
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