Phil's World Pub Guides - Nottinghamshire, UK

Pub Comments Location
EASTWOOD
Sun Inn This pleasant multi-roomed pub has an LSTV for sports and serves good food in the bar or in the separate restaurant. It is famous as the birthplace of the Midland Railway, commemorated by a plaque by the door. Excellent beers from the nearby Hardys and Hansons brewery.
Last visited May 2003.
Derby Road / Mansfield Road
HUCKNALL
Station Hotel A large plain well kept friendly locals' boozer, and they serve real ale.
Last visited May 2004.
Station Terrace
LANGLEY MILL
Great Northern A rather nice traditional pub serving excellent Hardys and Hansons brews. The menu looks good.
Last visited May 2003.
Derby Road
NOTTINGHAM
Bell Inn Another contender for the oldest pub in England, this place has two small front bars plus an unexpectedly large back room down the corridor. A selection of real ales is served.
Last visited May 2004.
Angel Row
Wetherspoon's Roebuck Inn A multi-roomed ground floor plus a balcony in this pleasant city centre 'spoons.
Last visited December 2015.
St James's Street
Ye Olde Road To Jerusalem Reputed to be the oldest pub in England, this famous place has a number of small rooms, some of which are in caves in the rock behind the pub. Good food and real ale.
Last visited May 2004.
Brewhouse Yard
ROTHWELL
Old Greyhound A pleasant multi roomed one bar pub where the lunch time food is excellent and cheap. Hand pulled Everard's Bitter, Tiger and Boddingtons.
Last visited January 1999.
 

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