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As the name suggests, this is very near the castle in Nottingham. We happened across this pub after leaving the castle purely because it was showing the rugby.
It had a large bar downstairs bar, but the rugby was on upstairs. There was a decent...More
I was waiting to meet up with friends so decided to pop into the Castle. Cider is my drink of choice and the mango cider was really different. Drinking outside, soaking up the sounds and atmosphere from the beer festival all added to the experience.
took my wife and two young children here at the end of june to celebrate our anniversary. really enjoyed the range of options available and how quickly the food was served. one criticism is that I found no ketchup to compliment my roast dinner. all...More
Being a single older woman the bar staff seemed surprised that I required serving. I was handed a sticky glass - which you don't realise until you put it down on an exceedingly sticky table. Apparently its well known for sticky tables, its a good...More
With friends, and two older teenagers we were looking for somewhere for a beer and a light lunch on a Sunday - every pub seemed to be just offering Sunday Roasts. The Castle Inn has a twist though. It's Sunday Burger was a small roast...More
I went in by accident on Sunday night as met a friend plus actor Phil Rose (Friar Tuck from Robin of Sherwood).Great selection of well kept beer.Opted for Roaring Meg as celebrating it.Superb pint.Not busy for a Sunday and extra marks to the bar staff...More
I cannot praise this public house enough. The staff were exceptional and could not do enough for us.
The manager behind the bar was very knowledgeable about all the real ales he had and was more than happy for me to sample them before buying....More
The most vivid memory I have here is how awful the toilets smelt and how there was no bannister down the steep steps (a nightmare in heels). We ate here and enjoyed he food but it I wouldn't be going back any time soon.