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Requested be closed with reason - Gone away: Demolished and housing built on the site.

The South End, St. Johns, Bedford

124 Ampthill Road
Bedford
MK42 9PP
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train man left this review about The South End

Country Life Brewery Black Boar (Devon Porter), Marston Moor Cromwell Pale, Buffy's Norwegian Blue, Hepworth Sussex, Scattor Rock ‘Rock Steady Light', Oakleaf Holehearted plus, on stills, 2 ciders incl Thatchers Cheddar Valley dry, also Grandma's Weapons Grade Ginger Beer. Enter to the front room, half wood-panelled, tiled floor, trad seating, up a step (under hop-adorned archway) to fairly tight bar area, esp with a little finger buffet laid out Sat nt for 60th bday, heavy floral paper on upper walls here, and tankards hang from beams. Past bar down corridor with tables & retro ‘70s dumb-waiter, tall wooden pew-like(?) settles to rt , further to tiny snug on left – mirror, old photos, servery from rear of bar. Menu includes steak&kidney pie, mash/peas, £5.25, or steak-ale-mushroom pie £5.45. All beers <£2.50. Friendly young staff, good pub & it would have been sampled earlier in the day but for a Sat opening time of 16:00!

On 17th February 2009 - rating: 7
[User has posted 411 recommendations about 410 pubs]


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Alan Winfield left this review about The South End

The South End is a largish stand alone pub that is in a leafy area on the busy A6 to the south of Bedford.
Once inside there were two largish rooms and i had drink in the lounge which was very smart and comfortable this room was carpeted throughout,there was also a seperate bar.
This pub is a Charles Wells tied house and there was one real ale on the bar this was Wells Eagle bitter and this was a decent drink.
This was a nice pleasant pub to have a few drinks in.

Pub visited 20/1/2001

On 20th January 2001 - rating: 7
[User has posted 6113 recommendations about 6113 pubs]

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Latest updates View all updates for The South End, Bedford
24th Jul 2016, 11:10
Request to remove pub from area by ROB Camra approved
 
24th Jul 2016, 11:10
Request to remove pub from area by ROB Camra

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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
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