Ye Olde Spa Inne located at 204 Abbey St, Derby DE22 3SU, UK

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Meriel Spencer

5 Google Rating

Just wanted to a big thanks to the bar staff for today, 17/7/21. You guys were rushed off your feet,

5/ 5

Just wanted to a big thanks to the bar staff for today, 17/7/21. You guys were rushed off your feet, but nothing was too much trouble. It was a lovely relaxed atmosphere in the courtyard! To the boss, can't praise your staff enough, they were attentive, always had a smile and worked bloody hard! Thanks again x Mel x

T S

4 Google Rating

First time here, didn't realise it existed with it being a bit out of town. Good atmosphere, quick

4/ 5

First time here, didn't realise it existed with it being a bit out of town. Good atmosphere, quick table service and friendly staff. Will be back

BenD D

5 Google Rating

Good pub with friendly staff. Lisa gave us the royal treatment.

5/ 5

Good pub with friendly staff. Lisa gave us the royal treatment.

Bryan Dixon

5 Google Rating

What a cracking place ! Stopped off here with two friends to have a couple of drinks and a bite to e

5/ 5

What a cracking place ! Stopped off here with two friends to have a couple of drinks and a bite to eat. The food was spot on and the Guinness to die for ! They couldn't have been friendlier or more helpful and the locals were good crack too.

Paul Taylor

5 Google Rating

Went to meet a friend in this pub very friendly great atmosphere.

5/ 5

Went to meet a friend in this pub very friendly great atmosphere.

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