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All reviews smallest pub the pub walls and ceiling quick pint coach parties limited space great little place abbot ale worth a visit lots of character excellent beer little gem warm welcome green king brewery greene king christmas market barman
The atmosphere is great but not for the claustrophobic especially when its busy, lots of things to look at including the dead cat over the bar and some amusing signs reference coach parties etc. The beer was good and was of course Greene King.
What a wonderfully odd ball place and that’s how they like it! Great surley reception which masked a wonderfully protective attitude to the regulars and visitors alike. Simple and straight forward, warmed up and genuinely felt part of its history even after an hour. A...More
We had been to the Green King brewery for a tour which our friends found quite fascinating, after the tour and the tasting was over we asked about this place and we were told how to find it, sadly when we got there the place...More
My daughter and I stopped in for a quick pint after visiting the Bury open air market. The barman was witty and we enjoyed speaking with the locals. The barman related some of the history of the place and we had a great time. It...More
This place has consistently held its standard over the years. As “Britain’s smallest pub,” it could obnoxiously capitalize on that but it doesn’t. It has stayed true to its roots.
With global currency plastered all over the walls, its walls speak about the visitors from...More
Finishing the nearby Greene King Brewery tour, we first of all visited the Dog and partridge then continued onto the Nutshell.
Its Quirky and interesting; the walls and ceiling covered in tourists paper money and partnered with mummified animals....(for those that aren't aware, unfortunate cats...More
Whilst on a coach trip staying in Ipswich, we had a day out in Bury. We arrived early and wandered off to find my husband's old Primary School - still there, after nearly 60 years since he left. Our next stop was the Nutshell -...More