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All reviewsthe pubreal aleauthentic victorianfriendly localscity centreconvivial atmosphereen suite bedroomsfour poster bedperfect positioncosy barfine breakfasta great place to stayoff street parkingfew minutes walklovely roompedestrian bridgestayed here for three nights
My husband and daughter have stayed here previously and had a great experience -- so on this trip my husband and I returned to The Vic! We stayed 2 nights our first pass through... and then returned a week later for a single night. Both...More
All you could want in a B.and B. with the bonus of being in a great pub. Comfy clean room. Comfortable bed, good cooked breakfast. The pub is what pubs used to be like before big chains and breweries took over. Everyone was friendly, staff...More
No piped music, no gambling machines, no video screens. Authentic period interior and friendly atmosphere.
I just wish there were more pubs like this - give it a go and you'll see what I mean.
If you've ever fancied a spot of time travel...More
Cosy fires and welcoming staff. Choice of real pubs. It's like stepping back in time when stepping inside. The only serve toasties- a choice of cheese and onion or ham and cheese. However the ham is off the bone, tender and no scrimping. Filling and...More
Stayed again over Easter and had a really pleasant stay. The Vic's bar is a traditional pub, unchanged since built in 1899, still with its separate bar and snug with open fires, real ales, a great selection of whiskies and gins and pleasant clientele. The...More