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Comptons of Soho Comptons of Soho
0.05 km

53 Old Compton Street, London

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"Ramp access at the entrance, no accessible toilet, manager hasn't trained staff properly"

Compons of Soho is a large pub in the heart of Soho and prolific venue in London's gay scene. Euan's Guide is yet to recieve any information about this venue's disabled access. If you represent...

The Montagu Pyke The Montagu Pyke
0.30 km

105-107 Charing Cross Road, London

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"A great pub for wheelchair users - recommended"

The Montagu Pyke is a Wetherspoon pub in London.  All the information for this venue has been submitted by visitors in the form of reviews. If you represent this pub please submit your information...

Salisbury Pub Salisbury Pub
0.43 km

90 St Martin's Lane, London

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"Zero stars: dreadful in every respect"

The Salisbury is named after the third Marquis of Salisbury who was the British Prime Minister three times between 1885 and 1902.  The Salisbury has not provided any information.

The Kings Arms The Kings Arms
0.43 km

3 Poland Street, London

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"It's very difficult to get in, and there's no accessible toilet"

The Kings Arms is an old historic pub in Poland street and is popular with the gay crowd in the area. They host regular karaoke sessions. The Kings Arms Pub has not provided any information.

The Admiralty The Admiralty
0.63 km

66 Trafalgar Square, London

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One of the most exciting new pubs in central London, The Admiralty is a voyage of discovery that takes its theme from the decks of HMS Victory. Fittingly located near Nelson’s Column, it’s officia...

The Jack Horner The Jack Horner
0.72 km

236 Tottenham Court Road, London

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On London’s Tottenham Court Road sits The Jack Horner, a traditional pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere. As a Fuller's Ale & Pie pub, our proper British pies are a speciality here, but you’ll...

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