Brilliant little pub, the locals very friendly had a wonderful time here. Had a couple of drinks then went for a walk but returned because it was such a fab place
An excellent experience. Small but warm and welcoming. The bartender...Dave was very friendly. The pub was filled with regulars (5 people) which made the atmosphere great. Very friendly. I hope we'll visit here again. Please if you visit here do so with an open mind. So weird and bazar.
This place is the smallest bar in England, or something crazy like that. We came here with friends who used to live here. And it was fun! Fun to look around and see all of the things they have on the walls and ceiling. They have a bathroom upstairs, and I enjoyed a cider here. This is one of those... 更多
It dines out on being Britain's smallest pub, and it really is small, but also could do with a really good clean. The banknotes fixed everywhere are looking tatty and tacky. Also the selection of red wine was pretty poor.
This pub was recommended to us by a friend. We absolutely loved it! The beer was very good and the bar staff were really good fun. Yes it is very cosy inside but on a cold windy October evening it's perfect. In fact we only popped in for 1, stayed for three and then came back for another! If you... 更多
This 'pub is mentioned in the Pitkin Guide to English Pubs, as the smallest 'pub in England, so my wife and I decided to visit it. We were not disappointed. The 'pub is mentioned in the Guiness Book of Records as being the smallest 'pub in England, measuring only 15ft x 7ft. A tiny Victorian pub plastered with memorabilia and... 更多
I have mixed feelings about sharing my review with my compatriots, since I don't particularly relish the idea of finding the Nutshell turned into an East-Anglia "Little Italy" next time I go there. However, I feel this quaint, iconic pub deserves a review - and an enthusiastic one at that. The most distinctive feature is its size: the Nutshell is... 更多
If you're in the mood for a pint and want to see the smallest bar (ever?) - this is the stop. The bartender was welcoming and we enjoyed a good visit. Don't be surprised by the decor, however, including the dead cat and rat hanging from the ceiling:) It's a fun stop while shopping and touring the Abbey ruins.