Address:

Kings Fee
49-53 Commercial Road
Hereford
Herefordshire
HR1 2BJ
(01432) 373240


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Open all day  


 

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Kings Fee  

This pub is much like any Wetherspoons, though on two levels this time. The long bar is on the right on entrance and has up to six different real ales on, plus cider on draught and bottled. They now do a range of Polish beers to suit the recent immigrant influx and have stopped doing the Belgian beers for obvious reasons.

The Kings Fee is always busy and has the usual problems with cleaning up after people have left, but that aside, the pub does do good ales and the food is cheap and filling. Access for the disabled is possible with their own toilet and there is access to the beer garden from the outside rather than through the pub. Ordinary toilets are upstairs across a glass walkway and are more cramped than usual Wetherspoon toilets. Plenty of seating for everyone, this is a pub with tall ceilings and local history posters on the wall.

Prices for both food and ale are keen and good value for money - though the vegetarian selection could be better and more filling. Children are welcome until 5pm.


 

Comments
 

Also try the Barrells at 69 St Owen Street. Victory 88 St Owens Street. 

 



 

Services

 

beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, no smoking, kids, car park, real cider, vegetarian, train 

 

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Beers:

Greene King Abbott
Pedigree
plus 4-5 guest ales.
 


 

Accommodation: 

The Somerville Guest House
12 Bodenham Road
Hereford
HR1 2TS
(01432) 273991
From: 32-55 pppn


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