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Snitterfield Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants20.2 miles Bearley Road Snitterfield CV37 0JH

Located in the heart of Shakespeare country, just off the A46 between Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick, the Snitterfield Arms more than fulfils the ideal of the perfect traditional village pub. With a choice of real ales, a welcoming open fire in the winter and a warm welcome all year round, this pub opens its arms to locals and visi...

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The New Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants20.7 miles 45 Main Road Middleton Cheney OX17 2ND

The New Inn boasts a very traditional English menu balanced to meet contemporary tastes. This pleasing equilibrium runs not only through the food offering, but the beautifully designed decor - where flock wallpaper meets exposed brick and timber beams - and also the friendly, professional service. This unique style undoubtedly helpe...

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Old Black Horse Inn

Traditional20.8 miles 36 Main Street LE7 9GD

Located a short drive from the centre of Leicester in the village of Houghton on the Hill, the Old Black Horse Inn is a traditional village pub, which has been refreshed, creating a warm and relaxing spot for a bite to eat, a leisurely drink, or a hearty dinner. Inside, there’s a beautifully renovated main bar and snug, where do...

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The Rose & Crown

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants21 miles 69 Uppingham Road LE7 9HJ

This charming village pub is situated amid the lush countryside of rural Leicestershire, welcoming all to enjoy its friendly atmosphere and great food. The extensive menu features hearty home-cooked classics such as beer-battered cod with chips and peas, as well as a wide selection of steaks, all served with salad and chips. A tradi...

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The Crown

Traditional21 miles 14 Main Street CV37 7AZ

Situated in the village of Tiddington, just outside Stratford-upon-Avon, The Crown assures visitors of a warm, friendly welcome. Having just undergone a period of refurbishment, it offers a fantastic selection of homemade food, served in either the dog-friendly bar or the large restaurant, which is great for families and special o...

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Willow

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants21.8 miles 215 Humberstone Lane LE4 9JR

Thurmaston, on the outskirts of Leicester, is something of a boating centre, lying as it does on the meandering River Soar. It has two marinas, a boat yard and countless mooring spots. It also lies on the old Roman road, the Fosse Way, and evidence of its strategic location are still clear - it's a lively place, home to several inte...

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The Old Plough

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants21.9 miles 18 Front Street Birstall LE4 4DP

The Old Plough is a lovely atmospheric pub which caters for families, couples and even dogs. Husbandand- wife team Matt and Avril provide a warm welcome like no other. The pub was pleasantly full when we visited, and seeing other people's dishes emerging from the kitchen made us excited about trying the food. I started with the home...

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Fox at Farthinghoe

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.1 miles Baker Street NN13 5PH

Gorgeously furnished with smart features and understated, muted tones, the Fox at Farthinghoe is a stylish oasis for hungry diners and those looking for a thirst-quenching beverage. There's a wide range of ales, lagers and spirits from the Wells & Young's brewery - which focuses on quality and consistency, and expert cellar mana...

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The Bear Freehouse & Kitchen

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.2 miles Bridgefoot Swan's Nest CV37 7LT

In a prime spot next to the river you'll find a charming slice of history - The Bear Free House & Kitchen. Dating back to 1662, this pleasingly traditional establishment has been returned to the lively tavern it once was following an extensive refurbishment, and now offers lucky Stratford-upon-Avon patrons a fantastic range of c...

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The Dirty Duck / The Black Swan Restaurant and Bar

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.4 miles Waterside CV37 6BA

Luxuriating splendidly on the waterside of the world-renowned Stratford-upon-Avon, this charming public house is special in more ways than one. It is the only pub in England to be licensed under two names. Its original title, The Black Swan, originated from the American GIs that camped over the river during the Second World War, and ...

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The Fox Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.4 miles 30 North End Hallaton LE16 8UJ

When The Fox Inn was extensively refurbished in early 2011, it was transformed into the perfect country pub. The inn's relaxed, friendly atmosphere, ample parking and outdoor seating overlooking a beautiful large pond make it a hit with regulars and visitors alike. The whole family will love the plethora of traditional favourite...

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Countess of Evesham

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants22.5 miles Bancroft Gardens CV37 6BB

As we set sail down the Avon we sank our teeth into some chunky bread before turning our attention to a homemade tomato and bean soup and a serving of mushroom and garlic penne pasta. Next we tucked into a tender breast of chicken served with a gorgeous white wine and mixed pepper sauce, and baked trout fillet, which came stuffed wi...

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The Old Thatch Tavern

Traditional22.5 miles Greenhill Street CV37 6LE

The Old Thatch Tavern is the epitome of a traditional British pub. This small family-run business prides itself on providing an establishment that both locals and visitors will enjoy. Built in 1470, this Grade II listed tavern produces traditional pub fare, much of which is sourced from a local butcher.
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The Townhouse

Traditional22.6 miles 16 Church Street CV37 6HB

With historic charm in abundance, Stratford-upon-Avon, is a beautiful market town famed for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare. At the heart of the olde-worlde town, just a five-minute walk from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, you’ll find The Townhouse. This 400-year-old, Grade II listed building is home to fantastic Bri...

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