This pub is allegedly the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's fictional Spyglass Inn, from his novel 'Treasure ... More
Hole in the Wall (The)
This pub is allegedly the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's fictional Spyglass Inn, from his novel 'Treasure Island', look out for the spy-holes, which were used to watch for press-gangs, who were out to capture men and force them into a life at sea! Part of the M&B Village Pub and Kitchen chain, who specialize in traditional pub-food, you can either get bar snacks or visit the restaurant upstairs and sample the brand new spring and summer menu. The large beer garden at the front gets busy on a sunny day and it's popular with business people in the day and a real mix in the evenings.
Bristol's West End equivalent the Hippodrome is undoubtedly the more commercial end of theater but this is not to criticize
it. A magnificent stage and auditorium has been host to internationally renowned shows (often transferred from the West End) ...
This is a popular, traditional pub practically in the shadow of York Minster and a stone's throw from the York
City Art Gallery . It has a welcoming atmosphere and is popular among locals and tourists alike. Though far ...
You'll either love or hate this place, and much of that depends of whether you're under twenty one. If your
idea of a good pub is one in which you can sit with a few like minded friends having ...