Friday, 31 December 2010

Fanny's by night


When I featured Fanny's Ale & Cider House last summer, Bob suggested it would make a good subject for a night shot.  So.....ta dah!....what do you think?   I think it looks very warm and enticing, especially on a cold winter's night.  But tonight you'd better get there early because, being New Year's Eve, it will be heaving with people. Its website has some nice photos of the inside.  It's a really cosy place and my daughter and her friends all love it - great atmosphere, great beer (and cider) and a really friendly ambience.  And when you've done drinking, you can get a decent Chinese takeaway from The Rainbow next door.

16 comments:

  1. It does look warm and cozy and inviting. Just the place to spend a cold evening with friends. I have just discovered your blog and I love it. Happy New Year! DebbyMc

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  2. Lovely picture, Jenny :) and I agree, it certainly does have a warm, inviting charm with its soft, night lighting. Going to view the inside shots off the website now now as well!

    I love Chinese takeaways, but we just don't have any good ones in our neck of the woods :(

    And on that note, I wish you and your family a WONDERFUL 2011!!! Looking forward to enjoying all you have in store for us next year ;)

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  3. Charming night photo! :)

    Happy New Year!
    Here's wishing you and yours happiness an prosperity in the New Year!

    B xx

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  4. Pub and Chinese; a winning combination :)

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  5. Would I ever love to go there tonight! Do they have Fish and Chips because I hear they are MUCH better in Britain that they are here . . with the possible exception of San Francisco.

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  6. A welcoming light through the night, warm and inviting!
    Thank you for your friendship, I hope we will go on to share it during this next year coming!
    I wish you a very happy New Year!

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  7. Definitely looks warm and inviting, and would be fun to see it filled with happy people celebrating the New Year. I wish you all the best for 2011 with many more beautiful photos to share with us!!!

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  8. I love the warm, wonderful glow of that photo! Makes me want to climb inside the picture to spend New Year's Eve.

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  9. fabulous photo. Happy New Year to you and your family, lots of love, Judyx

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  10. Another great night shot with a cozy atmosphere. Happy New Year Jenny! ~Lili

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  11. That sounds like a good way to spend an evening! Happy new year to you!

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  12. Great night shot. They are not easy. There is nothing more inviting and cosy than an English village pub. Happy New Year.

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  13. Bob was right! Great picture -- I'd love to pop in for a cider.

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  14. Looks cosy.....
    I could do with a bit to eat and a drink.

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  15. This photo is delightful. Also, the tone of the comments is refreshing. Hardly what you would get in the States. We would love to turn your "poet's eye" on our beautiful Kentucky.

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  16. Wonderfully atmospheric. Now that my #dryjanuary has finished I must get to Fannys for a creamy pint of Golden Best!

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