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Feeleys Free House (Prince Of Wales), SW8

99 Union Road

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Steve C left this review about Feeleys Free House (Prince Of Wales)

Feeleys Free House consists of a right hand bar that I did not visit and a small left hand bar that leads to a small rear bar. The TV screens that are located throughout were showing football focus on BBC during my recent Saturday afternoon visit. There were only about ten other people present, but the small size of the pub made it feel busy. Despite the small size a dartboard has been shoehorned in to the right of the entrance. Most Irish boozers do not bother with real ale and Feeleys is not an exception as the three hand pumps on the bar were unused. I ended up with half a Fosters that was served by a friendly barman. I did not see any food advertised.

Out the back of the pub is a brick enclosed concreted beer yard. The presence of some children’s trikes and a washing line made this area feel like someone’s back garden, which I suppose it is. Out the front are a few parking spaces for the locals.

This is not a pub that I will be rushing back to in any great hurry.

On 15th December 2015 - rating: 4
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Rex Rattus left this review about Prince Of Wales

As an Irish pub, this one still had all the St Patrick's Day all over the place when I dropped in at lunchtime on 18 March. As well as this, there's plenty of Irish themed decor around the place. It's a basic pub with some bery basic normal tables and chairs. Nothing wrong with any of that. It's still a three-room pub, with the two rooms at the front each with their own door from the street. The left hand room seems to be main bar, and is where most people were sitting when I visited. The third room at the back is reached from this room via an archway to the left of the bar counter. The left hand bar had a TV showing some Irish country music channel, which was competing with a TV in the back room showing the racing. Just the sort of things I expect to see in an Irish pub.
Despite the three "hunting scene" handpumps on the counter there's no real ale,just Guinness and bogstandard lagers. Neither did I see any sign of food. This is a basic, yet very lively, locals' pub. The only negative for me (and it's a big one) is the absence of any real ale.

On 23rd March 2014 - rating: 5
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Philip Carter left this review about Prince Of Wales

An old fashioned local pub. Divided into three areas, all with their own TV, on my visit, they were all showing horse racing. Friendly crowd. As you can see from the photo, limited parking is available, 4 cars.

On 13th January 2008 - rating: 6
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