The Cricketers (Ipswich) Reviews
Newest Review: ... town opposite the main bus station and taxi ranks, right next to the swimming pool - so it's very easy to get to and just as easy to get home from after you've had a few. It's also just a few minutes walk from a large carpark if you're staying off the alcohol. It used to be a very different pub, it was called the Town House and definitely a place to avoid unless you liked a rough atmosphere. But thankfully that's all changed and it's now the kind of venue you can take your mum to for Sunday lunch. It is much much cheaper than the Yates Wine Lodge just across the road, and indeed most of the pubs in town. You can... more
Customer The Cricketers (Ipswich) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/04/01, updated on 20/04/01 (Very useful, 73 readings)
It's a wetherspoon's pub which is pretty much all you need to know. If you're not familiar with Wetherspoons (where have you been?) this means it always has real ale on offer, does cheap but good food, doesn't have awful music at all and there are no children allowed in the bar. In other words, you can guarantee a good pint at a reasonable price in relaxing surroundings. If you're not a beer drinker don't worry - the pub sells all the usual bevvies and takes as much care to keep the prices low on these items as for the ales. This particular wetherspoons is located right in the centre of town opposite the main bus ... Read the complete review
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