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The Round House, Nottingham

The Round House
Royal Standard Place
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG1 6FS
England
  Tel: 0115 924 0120
Web: The Round House

Added: 10/18/2012
Modified: 10/18/2012 9:15:22 PM

Written By Paul Privy

Description:
The Round House is a nice and welcoming establishment. Located near Nottingham Castle, and part of what was once Nottingham’s Old General Hospital Jubilee wing.

We visited after visiting Nottingham Castle and after walking around the historic Park Esatae. The pub is handy if you are that end of the City, as its just up from the Castle on Standard Hill (where King Charles is said to of raised his standard, officially starting the English Civil War).

We came on a weekday and the pub was empty with just two customers in. But we are sure it gets busy at weekends and in the evenings.

The pub is a 'Freehouse' pub serving fresh home made food daily, a wide selection of local real ale, real cider & fine wines. Good real ale selection here, with five ales on when we came in. We had a pint of Thornbridge Breweries Jaiper Ale and it tasted nice.

A strange layout in here, as you can gather from the name the pub is round. Tables and chairs lead off in all directions. The bar is at the top end of the pub in the centre.

The food menu looked nice, with their Sunday Roast being the highlight of their menu. We did not have anything to eat here. After our pint of Jaiper ale, we needed a Jimmy Riddle.

The bogs are downstairs here. Go down the stairs which are to the right of the bar.

After coming down the stairs we come to a corridor area. The toilets are in front. There is a door to the left which leads back out onto the street. There is quite a lot going off in this area with pictures all over the walls.

Walk through the door labelled toilets and you will come to another corridor area full of doors. The ladies are in front, with two doors labelled staff only and the gents are at the far end of the corridor. Lets take a peek inside the gents.

Great bogs in here, they are one of the best toilets we have reviewed in a long time.

First of all we have two cubicles. Open that nice blue cubicle door to find a well maintained and clean cubicle. White bowl, white toilet seat and white toilet brush, so everything was all right. We were made to feel even more spoiled, two sets of bog roll dispensers are provided, so if you take a dump, there is plenty of emergency arse wipe handy.

There is a white stone p*ss trough in here. The trough itself is well cleaned and maintained. While p*ssing away, we stood admiring the pictures above. They are old pictures of Victorian Gentlemen from Vanity Fair Magazine (see photos).

Three wash basins provided to wash our hands. One main soap dispenser in the middle and three wall mirrors above. On our visit two out of the three hot water taps did not work. Plus the cold water taps let out water to quickly, which resulted in water spilling all over the place.

No hand dryers in here just hand towels, but we don't mind that we prefer hand towels.

Overall good. clean and well maintained bogs here at the Round House in Nottingham. Get those taps fixed and the pub will be a good contender for the 'best bogs in town'. The pub is great too.

8/10.















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