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The Tram Inn, Hereford

Pub added by Paul Brett
Church Road
Postal town: Hereford

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Quinno _ left this review about The Tram Inn

Large country pub that’s perhaps more akin to a manor house that’s opened up its doors and installed a bar. There’s a nice stained glass in porch entrance, leading into a small bar area that held a smattering of locals on my Friday lunchtime visit. To the right is a much larger room for formal dining. There’s a 1950s décor vibe in here with the air of a drawing room, wood panelling and muted colours. Some fairly tasteful modern art was hung on the walls and offered for sale. To the rear is a large and well-tended grassed garden, incorporating a pitch of some sort (boules?). Three ales on, Wye Valley Butty Bach, Hobsons Bitter (in very drinkable form) and a guest from Mulburry Duck (good). Posh gents (dig the black sink), winner of the Good Pub Guide ‘outside loo’ award. We ate here and the clearly home-made food with decent value mains kept us happy. The presence of the licensee’s two young sons (one of whom did a passable impression of a Midwich Cuckoo, appearing and staring at us through the window whilst we tried to eat) was rather off-putting though. Overall, a decent place though whether you’d want to stop at this GBG 2014 listed outlet just to drink is perhaps a moot point.

On 6th June 2014 - rating: 7
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