The Glebe Public House: Stoke is beautiful

10 Mar

The Glebe pub, just perched in a nook of Stoke Town Hall is such a pleasant oasis.

Open fires, friendly staff, antique furnishings and a passion for Joule’s real pale ale are just some things that make The Glebe a lovely experience. The Glebe had stuck in my memory from a piece I wrote about its opening.

I recently arranged to have a little surprise drink-up for the boyfriends’ birthday there, and the Glebe staff were more than accomodating.

My favourite section of the pub (funnily enough) was the ladies loo’s. What I presume are original olive green tiles that line every single wall, and sweet little touches like fresh spring flowers and little perfumes.

The heritage essence of the Glebe made for some lovely photography, here are a few that I took throughout the evening:

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