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Located on the North Brink in Wisbech, a characterful pub (Free House) specialising in real ale where a friendly and a warm welcome await both you and your Kanine friend. You will regularly find tipples such as Woodforde's Wherry & London Pride on...more
Nice and clean, helpful staff, already asked on messenger what they did as gf is a problem in loads of places. Had a lovely meal, all had plenty, veggie coukdnt eat all, offered to take home, but as we were not going home declined.. as...More
Found this historic public house when we met up with friends and family after a Wisbech Society Talk on pubs held in the nearby Wisbech grammar school.
An interesting pub with a knowledgable land lord.
It’s located a little further down the brink than others...More
When we failed the initial intelligence test of finding and opening the door the landlord and customers encouraged us to join in and made us feel very welcome. Beers tried all in excellent condition. A really excellent community pub.
Spent a very pleasant evening here with my best friend. We were made very welcome by the landlord. Small range of very well kept real ales. No music, no food just beer and talk, just what a pub should be!
If it's a real old fashioned pub you are looking for then look no further. Don't visit Wisbech without a trip to the Rose. Alway's a friendly welcome and a choice of Real Ales to choose from. These pubs are a real find these days...More
Top notch Dave served us once again. Very friendly and always made to feel welcome. It's the only place feel totally safe to walk in alone and not feel imitated, also feels like huge front room very comfortable
A fantastic place to spend a winters evening. There are a good selection of reasonably priced real ales available, including a number of locally-sourced beers, and with a friendly welcome, a roaring fire and a traditional inn-terior, there aren't many better places to spend an...More