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The Barley Mow, Paulerpury - pub details

Address: High Street, Paulerspury, Northamptonshire, NN12 7NA [map] [gmap]

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user reviews of The Barley Mow, Paulerpury

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A traditional white-washed stone pub in the centre of the village, this is currently to let but still trading fortunately. There are a couple of tables out the front and a surprisingly large car park at the rear.

Inside itís a single L-shape room of quite traditional appearance, with the wood panelled bar counter at the corner of the ďLĒ. To the right is an area with floor to ceiling wood panelling on the walls making is somewhat reminiscent of an old hotel drawing room. Itís carpeted throughout with the same kind of generic red patterned carpet that you find in many pubs, and there is a low ceiling with a few beams on it, although I suspect these are decorative rather than structural. To the right is a massive old stone built fireplace with a blank lintel above it, although at this time of year the only things actually in the fire were a couple of potted plants. Various old black and white photos of the local area were hung on the walls.

The walls are mostly white plasterwork, although there is exposed brick work in some places. A plasma was hung on the wall at the back showing some type of music channel, although the volume was down low and this wasnít too obtrusive. A dart board was tucked away around the corner. I enquired if they were doing food, and was told ďnot at the momentĒ. Whether that meant they donít do it on Mondayís, or whether itís a longer moment, Iím not sure. The barmaid didnít seem to have much in the way of any personality, but then if the pubís to let thatís perhaps understandable.

Beers on tap were Youngís Bitter, Abbot Ale and London Pride. The solitary cider was Strongbow, unfortunately.
Blackthorn - 3 Sep 2012 22:50

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