Bayswater

04/06/2011 at 19:19 | Posted in Crawls, Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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On a wet Friday night in 2010, Arthur took us on a crawl around the Bayswater area, starting at The Swan, close to Lancaster Gate. From here we headed west to the Leinster (and the fake houses in Leinster Gardens) and the packed Mitre. From here, the magnificently quirky Cleveland Arms, east again through the rain via the splendid triangular shaped Victoria (check out the library room if you can) to a pair of pubs close to the Edgware Road, where several pounds was lost in a fruitless attempt to beat the Rob Roy’s quiz machine.

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  2. […] favours the Cleveland Arms, featured on the Lancaster Gate crawl and in fact the pub is at the entrance to a mews (Upbrook Mews), so I am calling this pub a […]


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