Whenever I travel I look on line to see if there's a Wetherspoons near my destination. Now, some folk would never enter the premises because the pubs often have a certain reputation for being a home from home for aging drunks. I have to say that one or two of them have lived up to that reputation in the past but not anymore. I must have visited 20 or more and have always enjoyed the three essential ingredients of a good pub, the beer, the food and the service. Today, with my family, having visited Knole House, the local stately home, (well worth a visit), we parked up in a town centre car park close to the pub and went for lunch. It ticked all the boxes, good beer, (Doombar), good food and excellent service from friendly and helpful staff. Well, if that doesn't get you interested, how about this, I had a large cod, chips and peas with a pint of ale for about six quid, cos Friday is fish and chips day at Wetherspoons and you don't even have to be Catholic!
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