The King's Fee, Hereford
Redeveloping a former Kwik-Save supermarket into a pub might not have been the obvious use for this building, but the Wetherspoon chain has done a decent job here since its opening in 2002. As you'd expect from this chain it is fairly functional rather then inspiring inside, the usual competitive prices are on offer, ale drinkers are well looked after, and it competently covers all the basics. The large paved garden at the rear is a bonus and the pub's location makes it a handy place to stop off on the way to the bus or train stations.
49-53 Commercial Road, Hereford, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2BJ
01432 377 760
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How to find the The King's Fee pub
From Hereford train station turn left out onto Commercial Road, then right heading towards the city centre. The King's Fee is on the opposite side of the road, just after the bus station.