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We booked a family meal here before Ghetto Golf for my other half’s birthday on Sunday at 6 o clock after hearing such good reviews and having had a few good evenings drinking here in the past.
Despite making the booking over the phone over...More
1 Thank Josh H
Response from kieran1368, General Manager at The Old CrownResponded 2 weeks ago
I am really sorry about this situation. I completely understand your disappointment and would love the chance to repay you for the frustrating visit.
I can sincerely say it was a mistake due to a knew team member not being aware of the...More
Oldest pub in birmingham still has the original beams .great accomodation just accross from the coach station .located in the irish section late bars and a couple of pub b&bs. Sainsburys just up the road.
Thank Richard C
Response from kieran1368, General Manager at The Old CrownResponded 1 week ago
Thanks for your review Richard hope to see you soon!
Chilled out sunny Friday vibes. Dj playing some nice tunes, good atmosphere and friendly types out the back. The food is also very good for the price. Get out of the city centre and find the real Birmingham!
Response from kieran1368, Manager at The Old CrownResponded 3 weeks ago
Lovely historic building. Nice pub serving food and it has a nice beer garden. Friendly staff. Had a small but lovely beamed bedroom with shared bathroom but ensuite also available. Room was clean and comfy. Easy walk to Bullring and center and near the coach...More
Thank Lucy S
Response from kieran1368, Manager at The Old CrownResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your review Lucy, we hope to welcome you back soon!
When we arrived there was no room in car park so had to park few roads away. We arrived at the pub at 1.30, the pub was heaving, there was no way we could get anywhere near the bar to talk to staff, there was...More