The Millhouse Pub
Recommended Review for The Millhouse Pub
1 review in English
Review from David K.
- 10 friends
This is a very pleasant and welcoming community pub. We went in as complete strangers and enjoyed every minute spent there as the staff and the local customers were friendly.
The beers served are all the usual; Guinness, 1664 lager, Strongbow etc. but, as it is a Holt's pub, there is quite a selection of real ales with four handpumps, all different ales. There are also two large Holt's dispensers which appear to be for keg Holt's. The wines and spirits selection seems to be quite comprehensive.
From 12 noon until 8pm food is served from a select, but interesting menu at very reasonable prices. During these times, also, children are allowed in, provided they are supervised the few in during our visit were very well behaved.
The furniture and decor is impressively welcoming, clean and fairly new-looking with some different pictures rural landscapes and similar, rather than the usual fake antiques.
The bar has a large screen tv with Sky Sports available and there is a partially separate pool room.
The beer garden is quite a size, with plenty of seating at picnic tables and is mostly paved, but with a small grassed area.
The car park is large enough to cater for almost the whole area and has a dedicated row of spaces for disabled next to the entrance doors.
For those, like myself, who prefer not to have to drive, three local bus routes stop very close (Shetland Close bus-stop).