YE OLDE GOOD INN GUIDE


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YE OLDE GOOD INN GUIDE

MR JAMES MOORE & MR PAUL NERO    Book Number: 84414    Product format: Paperback

Sub-titled 'A Tudor Traveller's Guide To The Nation's Finest Taverns', the discerning traveller is guided to which establishments to seek out and which to avoid like the plague itself. How can thee tell a bawdy brewhouse of ill repute from a cosy ale-lover's paradise? Seek out the best watering holes to eat, be entertained and be merry in this county-by-county guide from London and Middlesex, Bedfordshire and Berkshire to Derbyshire, Devonshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Lancashire, Norfolk, Staffordshire, West Morland to Worcestershire and Yorkshire and beyond to Scotland and Wales. This merrie guide describes eight kinds of drunkard, slumming it at the ale house, costs and quantities, heady and royal brews, sporting pastimes and lots of historical detail. "Sited betwixt the crowded stalls of Cheapside itself and with easy access to the river, The Mermaid also serves excellent seafood suppers. The oysters go down particularly well with a goblet of double beer." Even gives telephone numbers and websites and pint-pots of witty history. Illus, 272pp in paperback.
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ISBN 9780752480619
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