Chesterfield in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... downstairs – see notes below. Rutland Arms, Stephenson Place, Chesterfield Barkers Bar, Knifesmithgate, Chesterfield Worst 3 Blue Bell/Level 2, Cavendish Street, Chesterfield – no locks, toilet paper, disgusting basins. Only good thing going for it is you can go to the toilet without having to enter the pub and buy a drink, so if you are desperate before closing time, it is convenient for the chippy opposite! The Golden Fleece, Knifesmithgate, Chesterfield – unsuitable for disabled people, as on the staircase, only 3 toilets and only 1 flushes The Twisted Pinnacle (form... more
Customer Chesterfield in General Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/04/02, updated on 30/04/02 (Useful, 184 readings)
My friend ‘Tange” and I have devised the Pub Toilet Test for public houses in the Chesterfield area. Following the ten point scheme, as outlined below, we rate the pubs (not clubs) according to the state of their toilets. Please note only ladies toilets checked out. Best 5 (not in any particular order) The Market, Market Place, Chesterfield Spa Lane Vaults, St Marysgate, Chesterfield (JD Wetherspoons consortium) –upstairs but disabled facilities available downstairs Portland Hotel, bottom of New Square, Chesterfield (JD Wetherspoons consortium) ) –upstairs but disabled facilities available downstairs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/00, updated on 27/10/00 (Useful, 172 readings)
I am biased as I live in Chesterfield but you can find loads to do here. First thing most people think of when they visit Chesterfield is a trip up the Crooked Spire. Located centrally to all shopping facilities is St Marys and All Saints church. There are many stories about how the spire got crooked. The church do have trips up and the views I have been told are spectacular. just recently in Easter 2000 the new Vicar Lane shopping complex was built. This has brought back some wellknown stores to the town and some new ones. With it been new it is well worth a look around preferrably without the kids or your hubby. There is also The Pavements shopping centre indoors ... Read the complete review
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