Pubs in Gloucestershire in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... to become a lot more genorous as regards licensing as other places have been granted an extra hours drinking at weekends, but I will come to them in a minute. The pubs in Cheltenham seem plentiful but are actually quite spread out compared to other towns and cities that I have drank in. In Montpellier there are a few pubs worth having a pint in. O'Neils offers the same as any O'Neils in any city but the atmosphere is usually good especially during race week. Down from there is Bar Casa which although, looks and is very nice, is also very expensive and has not been unknown to charge £3 a pint. Huxters is the next bar down and a ... more
Customer Pubs in Gloucestershire in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/08/01, updated on 09/08/01 (Useful, 1545 readings)
A night out in Cheltenham can be a good one but only generally if you want to stay out untill pubs shut. The nightclubs have gone downhill rapidly (have they or am I getting older?) and seem to be inhabited by fifteen year old school kids who I remember being first years when I was leaving school...anyway, I deliberate. Boom seems the only watering hole worth taking a look after 11.00pm but recently the council have seemed to become a lot more genorous as regards licensing as other places have been granted an extra hours drinking at weekends, but I will come to them in a minute. The pubs in Cheltenham seem plentiful but are actually quite spread out compared to other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/01, updated on 23/04/01 (Useful, 711 readings)
Having a varied countryside, Gloucestershire has a range of fantastic rural pubs, lots of which offer great, cheap food. You can sit beside the Severn, gaze at the Malverns, get totally lost amidst the Cotswolds, or find something a bit more Urban in Cheltenham or Gloucester. A few personal favourites are, The Old Spot, Durlsey, a lively local with good beer and a very friendly atmosphere. The New in Waterly Bottoms - perhaps the best rural pub ever, nestling between the hills, hidden amongst the lanes. Hard to find but well worth the trip. Hunter's Hall, near Tetbury. You might run into Prince Charles as this is his local. Lovely food, very atmospheric. The pelican . Read the complete review
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