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Pubs in Crowthorne, Berkshire*

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  • The Duke and Prince are ok, so is the waterloo
  • The Prince on High Street has been remodelled and has a nice eating area now with big comfy leather sofas, great burgers and chips.
  • God where do I start, nothing that anyone would want to go.
  • there r lods of pubs or "social clubs" as they like to be called the rackets bar and wellington social both in wellie broadmoor social morgan social crowthorne!!
  • "Ye Olde Prince" - but more commonly known as "The Prince" to locals. Probably the best pub in Crowthorne, its a personal favourite. Really nice, homely atmosphere, and the decor's pretty good too. Management recently turned it into a more "family-friendly" pub, but i think most people preferred it the way it was. "The Crowthorne Inn" - popular for the oldies. "The Iron Duke" - or 'fight club' as i call it. Work the rest out for yourself. Popular with the more rowdy among us, and a handful of sixth formers, slipping out for a sneaky pint at lunchtime.
  • Three plus the Waterloo Hotel. (Very Posh)
  • The Prince alfred is the 'youth club' pub. The Crowthorne Inn is the old farts who remember Crowthorne "when it was all fields." The Iron Duke is the 'Sky Sports' pub, for 18-35yrs drinking and rowdy nights out.
  • They are all pretty small minded, the who'd a' thot it on nine mile ride used to be good.
  • Ye Olde Prince, crap music, nice pool table - apparently a few dodgy goings-on! The Iron Duke - awful decor but a laugh if you know the people, some might find it a bit rough, if you're in there, say hi to my mate Chris (bleached blonde geezer!) The Crow' Inn - wouldn't know much about it - packed on pension day.
  • Either on the high street or else out of town. All full of old people or rich people.
  • Prince Alfred at the top of the High St. is pretty lively. The Crowthorne Inn and Iron Duke are "Locals" Upmarket is the Waterloo Hotel just out of the Village

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Parts of this information have been supplied by: Chris Smith, Jamie NevereadyLast updated: 2008-10-14

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