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Sun Inn, Eastwood
Tel: 01773 712 940|
Web: Sun Inn
Modified: 12/22/2015 12:53:04 PM
Written By Paul Privy
The Sun Inn is associated with the history of its local town Eastwood, from the famous meetings in 1832 that saw the birth of the Midland Railway or with that of renowned author D.H Lawrence, the Sun Inn is included in his famous novel “Sons and Lovers”.
The Sun Inn is situated in the heart of Eastwood, with direct links to the M1- J26 and within walking distance of the amenities of Eastwood.
We came here after a visit to the DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum. We have been here in the past, but it had been some years since we had a pint here.
I didn't realize or forgot that the place was also a B & B. Typical pub grub served here, which looked decent enough. We just had a couple of pints of Morris Mayhem which was nice. The beer clip was the same shape as a Morris Dancers bell pad!
The sh*tters were a little bit run down here.
The gents toilet was dark inside. There were cracks on the walls and tiles. There was also mold on some of the walls.
We went into the cubicle which is kind of boxed in by tiles. There were again a few cracks on some of the tiles. There was a radiator in the cubicle. It was a cold day, however the radiator was stone cold. The toilet was simple, white bowl and seat. There was a silver bog brush down the side.
We had an enjoyable few hours here accompanied by an enjoyable couple of pints.
The gents could do with a bit of a clean up. But overall not bad.
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