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Robert Raikes's House, Gloucester

38 Southgate Street
Gloucester
GL1 2DR
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Brainy Pool left this review about Robert Raikes's House

not your usual pub, but a lovely place - rather like drinking on a National Trust stately home, very civilised though it doesn’t quite feel right. Very friendly helpful staff though. A bit spartan in the bar with all furniture removed but the many other rooms are as majestic as ever. Sam Smiths beers, the extra stout was £3.40 for a pint. Food being served though most were drinking.

On 8th August 2020 - rating: 7
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Real Ale Ray left this review about Robert Raikes's House

A multi roomed pub consisting of two front rooms, a central room on the left, which was the bar area. There was another room opposite on the right and to finish a further small back room, plus a good sized lounge on the left, so a total of six rooms in all.
We took our drinks and sat in the rear lounge on the left, which had lots of painted wall panelling, painted in a Heritage red colour. The main feature in here for me was the very elaborate oak staircase leading up to the next level, which looked like a newer addition to the building, must have cost a bomb.

On 26th March 2020 - rating: 6
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Blackthorn _ left this review about Robert Raikes's House

An impressive looking old timbered building towards the end of Gloucester’s pedestrianised High Street, it certainly looks appealing and doesn’t disappoint once you get inside either – or at least, not perhaps until you get to the bar and find that this is a Sam Smith’s pub, with a very limited range of drinks available.

Internally it’s divided in to four smallish rooms, all broadly similar in terms of décor. Flooring was a mixture of pale coloured flagstones and sanded wooden boards, with plenty of wooden beams on the ceiling. Further supporting timberwork was inlaid in to the walls, and the leaded windows set in to stone walls at the front of the pub was an attractive feature. A large stone fireplace was off to one side, and this had a few logs blazing away in the hearth which was a welcome touch on a cold December evening. Many of the chairs were quite elaborate with ornate carved wooden back rests.

The menu looked to offer a good selection of “pub grub” dishes and was divided in to section such as pies, sandwiches, burgers, pub classics and so on, with the latter category including dishes such as lasagne, sausage & mash, scampi & chips, hunter’s chicken, and so on. Most of the main courses looked to be priced somewhere around the £8 - £9 mark.

The solitary cask ale on tap was their own Old Brewery Bitter, although there was a second pump that had it’s clip reversed. The solitary cider meanwhile was their own Reserve. Overall, a lovely pub certainly, but with the limited drinks selection, possibly not somewhere to linger for too long.

On 13th December 2019 - rating: 6
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Map location corrected by Jonathan Wilde
Gloucester, 0.51 miles, 9 min walk (show)
Cheltenham Spa, 8.23 miles, 2 hr 38 min walk (show)
Stonehouse, 10.11 miles, 3 hr 15 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for Robert Raikes's House, Gloucester
8th Aug 2020, 18:57
Review submitted by Brainy Pool
 
26th Mar 2020, 18:26
Review submitted by Real Ale Ray amended by Real Ale Ray

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