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Black Sheep Pub (Royal Hotel), Campbeltown

Pub added by David Ross
Kinloch Road
PA28 6AG
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David Ross left this review about Black Sheep Pub

This is actually the public bar of the Royal Hotel, whose main entrance is around the corner in Main Street, but it has the feel of being a separate pub in it’s own right. It consists of an L-shaped street corner bar/lounge and is obviously very popular across a range of age groups. It’s quite up-market and expensive for Campbeltown, with a pint of Belhaven Best costing £3.50 (higher than anywhere else in the area I visited). Carlsberg, San Miguel and Tennent’s lagers, Guinness and Somerset cider are also available on draught. Definitely one of the better drinking options in town.

On 10th December 2013 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by David Ross
Ardrossan Harbour, 41.92 miles, 3 hr 29 min walk (show)
Ardrossan Town, 42.35 miles, 3 hr 37 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for Black Sheep Pub (Royal Hotel), Campbeltown
10th Dec 2013, 14:40
Request to add pub to area Campbeltown Central by ROB Camra approved
10th Dec 2013, 14:40
Request to add pub to area Campbeltown Central by ROB Camra

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