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Activity for 11th July 2018

12 recommendations submitted on the day.
Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel

NorwichNorfolk

Recommended by E TA

An impressive mock Tudor Victorian hotel overlooking the river, though now not offering accommodation. It’s currently operated by Vintage Inns. The interior has been opened up while much of the original structure has been retained along with archite... [more>]
Rocks

Rocks

WallaseyMerseyside

Recommended by Al Bundy

Already added. Its the old Soft Rock Cafe.
Am Praban Bar (Hotel Eilean Iarmain)

Am Praban Bar (Hotel Eilean Iarmain)

Isle of Skye VillagesHighland

Recommended by Old Boots

Bar am Praban or the Proban Bar is a small wood lined bar in an ancient looking hotel,(the Isle Ornsay Hotel in english) open to non-residents and casual drinkers. One pull with a Skye beer plus a t-bar of Scottish kegs and Guinness, most of the Skye... [more>]
The Black Horse

The Black Horse

NottinghamNottinghamshire

Recommended by Alex Conway

The Black Horse is one of two pubs in the small rural village of Caythorpe the other being the Old Volounteer. This is much more in the heart of the houses a good 15 minute walk from loudham station whereas the vol is much closer to loudham meaning t... [more>]
The Final Whistle

The Final Whistle

SouthwellNottinghamshire

Recommended by Alex Conway

The Final Whistle, formerly the Newcastle Arms is a project WIllaim pub a five miniute walk out of Southwell’s Main shopping street. It sits on the former site of Southwell’s railway line and the outside fences have been made to look like a station P... [more>]
Toby Carvery

Toby Carvery

WarringtonCheshire

Recommended by Rob Hunter

If you like a carvery, you can do a lot worse. Beer wise, there were three hand pulls at the bar. Doom Bar was on, and it looked like Wainwright was undergoing line cleaning. They do a couple of Brewdog bottles and the likes of Peroni, Desperados,... [more>]
The Board & Elbow

The Board & Elbow

PenrithCumbria

Recommended by Rob Hunter

I visited back in October 2017 and my experience was very similar to that of Will Larter in the previous review. At the time there were three pumps at the bar, offering London Pride, Dizzy Blonde and Wadworth 6X. Nothing to get excited about but it... [more>]
The Kings Arms

The Kings Arms

KeighleyWest Yorkshire

Recommended by Steve of N21

The Kings Arms has undergone a makeover and renovation since the last reviews and has now received the TLC that the previous reviewer mentioned was required. It is now a collaboration between Punch and the Bridgehouse Pub Company, whose Microbrewery ... [more>]
Dockray Hall

Dockray Hall

PenrithCumbria

Recommended by Rob Hunter

This was the best of the three pubs I ventured into in Penrith back in October 2017 in terms of real ale. Four hand pulls at the bar, all offering Cumbrian Legendary Ales - Vanilla Oatmeal Stout, Esthwaite Bitter, Mosaic and Loweswater Gold. I trie... [more>]
New Brew-M

New Brew-M

BurnleyLancashire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Apart from this being an excellent micro, this is also the brewery tap for Reedley Hallows, which is brewed only up the road. We called on Wednesday afternoon where we met the owner's wife, who was very friendly and welcoming. I ordered a pint of Ree... [more>]
The Boot Inn (JD Wetherspoon)

The Boot Inn (JD Wetherspoon)

BurnleyLancashire

Recommended by Real Ale Ray

Definitely the main feature here was the dark mahogany curved bar when entering the pub. The interior here was nicely finished with symmetrical patterned wallpaper, a good few gilt framed mirrors and a snug over on the left hand side of entrance, whi... [more>]
Trinity Arms

Trinity Arms

SW9London (Greater)

Recommended by Quinno _

In the mean streets (and ropey pub scene) of Brixton lies this really rather nice little oasis in a neat and secluded little square only a few yards off the main drag. Having made myself look like a wally by trying to get in through various locked do... [more>]