Address:

The Admiral Rodney
Berrow Green
Nr Martley
Worcestershire
WR6 6PL
(01886) 821375.
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Hours:

Mon-Sat 11-3 (not Mon), 5-11 (11-11 Sat), Sun 12-1  


 

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The Admiral Rodney  

This pub was named after an admiral, one George Brydges Rodney who lived 1718 to 1792. There is more history, but you will need to read the pubs' website.

The Rodney is in the heart of the countryside on the Worcestershire Way footpath very near Elgar's place of birth.

The pub was run down for many years but was refurbished in 2001 and has not looked back since.

There are two bars to drink in once of which is no smoking. A third area has comfy sofas to sit and decide if you want to go to the large restaurant for a meal.

The food is good and not too badly priced, unfortunately it is only served 12-2.30 (3.30 Sunday) and 6.30-9pm. Some people go just for the skittle alley, which was de-rigour in these parts many moons ago.

The ales on tap at the time were Greene King IPA and Wye Valley Bitter, plus a guest from Teme Valley. All were well kept.

Access for the disabled is good here. Dogs and children welcome.


 

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b&b, beer, food, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, real cider, car park, vegetarian, pets allowed 

 

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Beers:

Wye Valley Bitter
plus 3 guests
plus cider
 


 

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