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The Lincolnshire Poacher, Nottingham

The Lincolnshire Poacher
161-163 Mansfield Road
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG1 3FR
England
  Tel: 0871 951 1000

Added: 12/29/2011
Modified: 3/24/2016 11:47:11 AM

Written By Paul Privy

Description:
One of Nottingham’s most famous and popular pubs is The Lincolnshire Poacher. The pub is situated halfway up Mansfield Road just before you come to Clarendon College Traffic Island.

Despite the Bateman’s Sign outside the pub is a nice Castle Rock pub. It’s a gem of a place for the Castle Rock Brewery. The pub attracts a large number of regulars in here (a large number of old blokes, one bloke who is a Jeff Bridges look-alike). Both regulars and staff in here are always very welcoming. Very busy on weekend night. You can often find it hard to find a space in here to relax and enjoy your drink.

The pub do up to eight real ales at a time. Excellent value for money food menu available here. If your not that peckish why don’t you try one of the pubs hand made cobs (rolls). The cheese and onion cobs (rolls) are tasty in here.

Speaking of cobs it was time for a sh*te.

The bogs here are located through main bar area and you come to a conservatory style room. The gents are located on the left and the ladies are on the right.

Very small toilets in here. White tiles in here and a mucky looking brown floor. Traditional stone p*ss trough. One cubicle in here, usual toilet accessories toilet roll dispenser, extra bog roll and matching white toilet brush.

‘Better Sex Then Ever’ condom machine in here. One house style wash basin in here. One dirty wall mirror and only hand towels in here, no hand dryer. Both the hot and cold taps work a treat on my visit.

Cheap bin below, so make sure you pop your towels in here.

Pub Standards: excellent pub, with no faults whatsoever.

Toilet wise: Old fashioned, badly designed sh*tters which need modernising. But not bad overall.

8/10.

Update for 2016:

We decided to pop into the Lincolnshire Poacher on a Saturday afternoon as we had not been in for quite a while. On our visit it was fairly quiet with just a few customers in. There was a rather irritating bearded man at the bar shouting his beard off and chatting up the two bar girls. But apart from the beard the atmosphere was great in here.

I ordered a pint of the new local resurrected brewery Home Ales. After the successful launch of the new version of Shipstones Brewery someone has decided to buy the rights to the other old Nottingham brewery Home Ales. It was a pint of Pale Ale and suspiciously tasted like Castle Rock's Harvest Pale!

Anyway enough bullsh*t they apparently have had the bogs refurbished lets take a look inside!

We walk into the conservatory area to see that you have to walk through one door now to get to the ladies and gents. With the old ones they were both located in separate rooms.

Quite a surprise when stepping through the door to find the bogs really have been refitted. There is a new disabled bog which is located to the far end of the corridor. The ladies is the second door on the left and the gents is the first door on the left.

Quite nice to see the new gents. Inside there is a black and white decor. The floor is like a checkerboard theme. The walls are lined with sparkling white tiles.

Sadly the old stone p*ss trough has gone (sobs :( ) but they have some new white p*ss thirsty looking urinals. Around three urinals line the far wall.

There is just one cubicle in here. Inside the new cubicle we have a white toilet bowl, white toilet seat and a white bog brush which appeared to be missing. There was sufficient bog roll in a metal bog roll dispenser.

There are two white sinks which worked great. Above the sinks we have two round wall mirrors. The hand dryer worked fine.

We popped in to have a look at the disabled bog. The disabled bog was a standard affair but looked adequate. The only negative feedback here was the fact that the bog seat had come off and was put to one side of the room.

Overall great new bogs and definitely worth a visit to check them out.

So when your next on Mansfield Road dash to the Poacher for a hot steamy sh*t in their new bogs!

New rating- 9/10.



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