The Manor Arms Inn
Mon 5-10.30, Tue-Thu 12-3, 5-11, Sat 12-12, Sun 12-10.30
The Manor Arms Inn
The Inn has been here for over three hundred years - originally owned by the Lord of the Manor. A building of great charm and character located in a delightful English village set high on the Abberley Hills overlooking some of the prettiest countryside one could wish to see. Just across the lane from the Inn lies the Norman Church of St. Michael.
Whilst a number of changes have been made to the interior of the Inn over a period of years, it still retains much of it's original status and "olde worlde" charm. The imposing inglenook fireplace in the Lounge Bar was originally part of the private quarters.
A huge beam supports the chimney breast which in turn is suitably furnished with brass ornaments. During the chilly winter months the log burning fire provides a great deal of warmth and comfort for it's many admirers. The original oak beams, found in the walls and ceilings, remain exposed and provide a wonderful backcloth to further enhance the ambience of the Inn. Well worth a stop.
Fantastic ales - quality excellent. Even the TT Landlord was exceptionally clear. Ingle nook fireplace. Lots of wooden beams (well, it is a 16th Century inn). Two bars (lounge & public/locals). Disabled access good, also with separate disabled toilets. Toilets clean & fresh smelling. Very large portions of food. We had the minestrone soup to start, topped with a huge portion of pasta, it was a meal in itself. Very friendly staff. Price is slightly above average, but the quality is well worth it. Food times: 12-3 & 6-9.
Accommodation: We where pleased because we got a free upgrade to the Manor Suite. This room has a 4 poster bed & a huge corner bath. It also has a little sitting room with a dvd player.
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