On 25-1-2011 loobyloo said :
"Not many pubs where you can sit in the fireplace! Full of atmosphere which is slightly marred by the tourists wandering around photographing every square inch of it. Hardy and Hanson's beer was in good form, but avoid the Kimberley. We had a delicious chocolate mint ice cream cakey thing too. "
On 02-2-2008 kingfisher said :
"Range of beers has improved since Greene King have taken over Hardys and Hansons. "
On 31-1-2008 seafarer1966 said :
"Frequented by gullible American tourists who think Kimberley is a great pint....yuk. Bar staff great though."
On 26-11-2006 del99 said :
"Superb Hardy Hansons bitter from the local brewery - drink it whilst you can - brewery closes in December! Pub is very atmospheric and usually busy, lots of corners and different areas though to rest your feet."
On 02-10-2006 wildwillie said :
"Sunday lunch in the Trip - 3 pints of Coyote bitter + bangers & mash. Approx 8 real ales on - mainly Hardy Hanson but notable guests such as Wolf Brewery. Staff friendly & helpful -made for a memorable visit."
On 05-11-2005 lady_k said :
"Nice pub with an Olde English feel to it. "
On 08-10-2005 veerod said :
"Alledgedly oldest pub in Britain, not bad beer."
On 20-5-2005 tooslobyarf said :
"Yet another establishment claiming to be the oldest pub in Britain.
Good atmosphere, but a bit 'student-y'."
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