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Queen Adelaide, Northampton

Pub added by michael furn
50 Manor Road
Postal town: Northampton
Phone: 01604714524

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Real Ale Ray left this review about Queen Adelaide

We took a bus from the centre of town to get here as it is a bit of a hike. We got off at Waitrose and followed directions from the review below. The entrance to the pub is on the right hand side of the building, car park side. Once through the door, you enter a small lobby, which had the pubs first set of handpumps displayed on the wall. The pub consists of a front or rear lounge, which are both equally as comfortable. The bar served both rooms and either side had a selection of handpumps.
We went into the front lounge were you can find all their ales on display. The young barmaid on our visit was friendly and chatty and helpful when choosing a beer. There were 8 ales and 1 cider on our visit, so we went for the Nobbys Guilsborough Gold, Vale Brewery Gravitas and Phipps IPA, all were in top condition. The end of the bar had a comprehensive display of used pump clips and a what's coming on list. The manager is a big rugby fan, hence the numerous framed rugby shirts displayed around the walls.

On 1st March 2015 - rating: 10
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michael furn left this review about Queen Adelaide

This pub has been runner up twice in CAMRA Northamptonshires pub of the Year, has good food and good range of real ales.
The pub is hidden away in the village of Kingsthorpe, in Manor Road.
It can be reached by First Northampton buses 4/or better 4A, alight at Waitrose, and walk to rear of the store, past a baptist church a lane to side of church brings you into High Street , see lane opposite Danes Walk, continue along it into Manor Road turn left and after 50 yards the pub is on the right.
Opening times 1130-1500, 1800-close Monday to Friday 1130-close Saturdays.
Pub also does pub grub, recomnd the all day breakfast

On 28th January 2009 - rating: 10
[User has posted 38 recommendations about 37 pubs]