Continuing our beer journey of Hungerford. Three ales at the Down Gate. Three beers on but all Arkells. Not my favourite and just ok.
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I've driven past this pub hundreds of times but finally went in on Saturday. Lots of curiosities hanging from the ceilings, on the walls, even in the urinals! I'm not a big fan of Arkells ales but this one was acceptable.
Resently called in for a lunchtime sandwich and pint. What hit us immediately was the warm and friendly atmosphere of a pub which has not had its heart ripped out. The bar maid was friendly and chatty and explained about the unique decoration on the...More
A great country pub on the edge of the common so a nice walk with the dogs then in for a great meal and drink there is a great choice on the menu and the staff were very friendly and helpful the food is cooked...More
Chose our food on the train journey and ramble leader phoned the orders through before we started walking. Meant only a short wait after we arrived and sat down. Friendly and welcoming atmosphere and staff. Good choice of reasonably-priced food to suit most tastes -...More
I live about 14 miles from this place and feel it a worthwhile trip for a good value basic Sunday Lunch. Home cooked food, friendly staff, good beers, on the edge of Hungerford Common. I have now set myself a target, to sample everything on...More
Nice looking pub pub in the corner of a pretty common beer section was good lots of interesting stuff on the walls and ceiling. But the food although very cheap was not good very dirty knives and forks i had gammon steak which had just...More
I went to the Downgate on a Thursday lunch time. I went with my husband and had lunch there. The meal was lovely. It was well made, nicely presented and reasonably priced. The staff where friendly and attentive. We had a great meal and really...More