Tanners Arms (Alnwick) Reviews
Description:PUB. Hotspur Street, Alnwick, Northumberland.
Newest Review: ... and just generally a dirty appearance (the toilets hadn't been cleaned for months). Thankfully, someone new took over, made the place look nice and turned it around. The atmosphere improved, the pub looked clean, felt clean, smelled clean and had a bunch of friendly staff who served good drinks with a smile. Until, that is, they have had a few pints of their own beer. My last experience of ... more
Customer Tanners Arms (Alnwick) Reviews (7)
by - written on 15/10/09
I have been here many times and everytime I feel very welcome. i always bring my friends here to show them true alnwick good friendly pure alnwick pub. with good tasty drink .
by - written on 12/10/09
The Tanners Arms has to be the friendliest pub in Alnwick. With a new landlady and excellent staff who are full of fun, you are guaranteed a warm welcome, excellent real ales, and lots of strangers who become friends.The live music nights are great and the quiz night every other Wednesday is a real light hearted laugh.If you are looking for a pub with super atmosphere and friendly people you need go no further. I will certainly be returning in the near future.
by - written on 10/10/09
The Tanners well what can i say apart from it being the most friendliest pub ever, everyone is made extremely welcome its fun and very entertaining and what can i say about the quiz nights on a Wednesday very unusual but blooming great fun, a new landlady took over this pub last year and all i can say is it will go from strength to strength everyone mixes very well from strangers to regulars and i can honestly say its one of the only pubs i can walk in on my own and be made very welcome, music great and a great range of ales, so come on guys and girls get to the Tanners for a really brilliant night.
by Won't be going. - written on 29/05/09
This pub used to be excellent, with good beer, a good atmosphere and good, friendly, conversational people. Sadly, it had deteriorated until late last year, with ale that couldn't be drunk, a poor atmosphere and just generally a dirty appearance (the toilets hadn't been cleaned for months). Thankfully, someone new took over, made the place look nice and turned it around. The atmosphere improved, the pub looked clean, felt clean, smelled clean and had a bunch of friendly staff who served good drinks with a smile. Until, that is, they have had a few pints of their own beer. My last experience of the pub was of an unfriendly, hostile, xenophobic, racist and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/01, updated on 03/04/01 (Useful, 170 readings)
The sign above the door to this place should read "Alnwick's Premier Attraction" as this is not only the finest pub in Alnwick, but the whole of the county. The good points: 1) The best juke box in Great Britain. On the box you have a the unique mix of classic songs from almost ever era, from 1990's to the 1960's (including some rare 80's masterpieces). 2) Fine ales and spirits. You can choose from 3 cast ales (hand pulled), or lager and bitters, and nearly every rare spirit behind the bar, from 'Absinthe' to 'goldstrike' and back via 'Rumplemintze?' (not sure of the spelling of that last one). ... Read the complete review
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