Gloucester Pub walk.  0.6 miles, walking time 12 min.

Gloucester, is a city that has many shops, especially pound shops and electronic cigarette shops in abundance. Lots of street beggars are about the city. It also has a lot of pubs, some closed,  but I did manage to find five nice ones. There is more information of Gloucester on our City pages
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Doctors GloucesterStart at the The Doctors, previously the Water Poet. 61–63 Eastgate Street GL1 1PN
Times below may need updating'
Opens daily at 08:00 - 23:00?   Free Wifi
  Food served all day?
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http://ambertaverns.co.uk/pub/the-doctors/

Turn right out of the front of the pub and cross Clarence Street then turn right into Kings Walk shopping centre and into Kings Square. Head on until St Aldate Street and turn left. The Regal will be on your right.


The Regal

The Regal Gloucester

33 St Aldate St, GL1 1RP  Open 08:00 - 00:00, later on Fri-Sat.
Food all day. Greene King Abbot, Marston's Pedigree, Shepherd Neame Spitfire, Theakston XB, 1 changing beer.
Pub Garden, Parking.
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https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pubs/all-pubs/england/gloucestershire/the-regal-gloucester

Turn right out of the Regal and walk up to Northgate Street and turn left. The New Inn will be on your left.


New Inn GloucesterNext is The New Inn
16 Northgate St, GL1 1SF.  Open all day from 11am.
This 600-year-old Tudor style inn with B&B lodging is a 4-minute walk from Gloucester Cathedral and a 5-minute walk from Gloucester Folk Museum.  Sharp's Doom Bar. 3 changing beers. Meals lunch and evening.

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http://newinn.relaxinnz.co.uk/

Continue down Northgate Street, cross into Southgate street to Robert Raikes House on your right.


Robert Raikes House

Robert Raikes House

36-38 Southgate St, GL1 2DR  Open from noon daily
Listed 16th century house once owned by Robert Raikes, founder of Sunday schools. A maze of rooms plus a garden.
Food lunchtime and evening. Samuel Smith Old Brewery Bitter, delicious bottled fruit beer.

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http://www.gloucesterquays.co.uk/attractions/robert-raikes-s-house/

Retrace your steps to the junction and turn left into Westgate Street. The Fountain will be on your left.
Extra pub: Wetherspoons have opened a new Special Ale pub in the popular docks area. Turn right and follow the crossing and sign to Gloucester Docks. Retrace your steps to continue our walk.

Fountain Inn Gloucester


The Fountain Inn
53 Westgate Street, GL1 2NW  11-11 Mon-Thu; 11-Midnight Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
Bristol Beer Factory Independence, Dartmoor Jail Ale, St Austell Tribute, 4 changing beers.
Food lunch and evening, no food on Sunday evening.
Dog Friendly.

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http://www.thecityofgloucester.co.uk/food-and-drink/the-fountain-inn-p534273

The Inn is a 2-minute walk from Gloucester Cathedral and a 1-minute walk from Gloucester Folk Museum. (now called Life Museum)

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