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The Lord High Constable of England (JD Wetherspoon), Gloucester Quays, Gloucester

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Llanthony Warehouse, Llanthony Road
Gloucester
GL1 2EH
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Blackthorn _ left this review about The Lord High Constable of England (JD Wetherspoon)

An attractive looking Wetherspoons in the pleasant Gloucester Quays development, it’s presumably one of the original buildings that was located around the docks, and has been sympathetically restored whilst still retaining much of it’s original character. There are a few tables and chairs outside at the front overlooking the larger square, and further seating on a patio at the rear immediately alongside the canal where there are a couple of old barges moored up and an old crane that was presumably used to unload them at one time.

Internally it’s a good size and split in to a few different areas. The main central area with the bar counter running along the right hand side has an attractive vaulted roof with plenty of substantial wooden rafters and thick ship’s ropes that have been made in to light fittings, as well as exposed brickwork at either end. The central part of the flooring was parquet wood, with a pale wooden laminate in front of the bar counter. Some old industrial equipment was a bit of a feature, it looked to be some sort of woodworking equipment perhaps used in the ship repair business. A more modern extension was to the left with pale grey plasterwork, carpeting and large windows that took up almost the whole side wall. A lounge at the rear is a little more contemporary in style with distressed woodwork on part of the walls and further nautical artefacts such as ship’s wheel on the walls. Further seating was available upstairs at both the front and rear of the pub.

Beers on tap were Abbot Ale, Doom Bar, Jennings Cocker Hoop, Brains SA Gold, Ruddles Best and Wickwar Try Me. Ciders were well represented with Rosie’s Pig, Thatcher’s Gold, Strongbow, Strongbow Dark Fruit, Magners, Thatcher’s Haze, Aspall’s Suffolk and Gwynt Y Ddraig Black Dragon. All in all, I thought this was a decent enough pub, and they seemed pretty on the ball with service which is more than can be said for many of the company’s outlets.

On 5th September 2018 - rating: 7
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Quinno _ left this review about The Lord High Constable of England (JD Wetherspoon)

A new Spoons in the rather nice rejuvenated dock area. Housed in what I assume is an original building, it's a single long room broken up by brick partitions. There is no false ceiling so the roof beams are pleasingly exposed. They've been restrained on the nautical paraphernalia, limiting themselves to rope dangling from the beams, olde worlde lampshades and a large mechanical contraption hanging from the ceiling. To the rear is a more intimate lounge area leading on to a very nice beer garden overlooking the docks replete with an old crane; a pleasant spot. The kitchen was closed due to issues, so it was deathly quiet inside (makes you release just how much of JDW’s trade is food-based nowadays). 12 pumps on the chrome topped bar with a fair amount of doubling up leaving just two guest ales. However my Titanic was in excellent shape. I really rather liked it here and would want to visit again.

On 14th July 2018 - rating: 8
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Gill Smith left this review about The Lord High Constable of England (JD Wetherspoon)

We called in here at the start of our pub crawl by coach of pubs along the river Severn so that we could have a breakfast and it was a tidy JDW outlet, with a lot of tables with high seats - a bit difficult for the older generation. We did settle down with prompt breakfast and coffee before having a look at the beers on offer. As well as the usual offerings they had Moles Rucking Mole, Conwy Scrum Down and Battledown Amber which we chose and enjoyed.

On 10th March 2018 - rating: 7
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Gloucester, 0.88 miles, 16 min walk (show)
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