Bmblbzzz wrote:I've no idea if any Wetherspoons have their own bike racks. I only know of one pub that has and it's not a Wetherspoons. Well two, but one is wheelbenders which are usually blocked by car parking anyway, so I don't count that. I do know that a Wetherspoons favoured by Bristol CTC allow us (and any other customers) to pile our bikes in a heap inside the doors.
Barickading themselves in bmb
Yes one of their pluses is that they are easygoing/inclusive/non snobby - report upthread from me on taking a fully loaded exped bike inside one of theirs - very welcome as I was towards the end of a non stop overnight 140 mile ride.
Also a reference upthread from me on one which does have its own covered bike parking - don't have a pic - may be able to sort on streetview.
It should of course be clear to anyone except the perverse that I started the thread to highlight ones which were handy for bikes and had good bike access - I find most cyclists easygoing practical souls and for them the fact that, for instance, there is unrestricted access to an outside area with some form of security possibilities (railings in time honoured fashion count) or a way of sitting inside and seeing your locked bike will be good enough.
Pic of car park at the wonderful Greenwood Hotel (well worth a visit folks to be taken back to the glory days of metroland) -behind the cars (electric car charging points) you can see a covered thing - it covers several sheffield stands.