Mon-Fri 11-2.30, 5-11, Sat 11-11, Sun 12-10.30
This is a really nice pub under the flight path of Birmingham airport. It is a genuine village local and you will find most of them in there at one time or another.
This is a 17th century village inn and has been kept in that condition by the present owners.
The pub is an old building, with parts dating back to 1490. There are three rooms with the bar in front of you as you enter. It is a small one with dark wood stools and a three hand pumps.
There is seating to the left of tables, chairs and settles on a carpet floor. The other room is served by the same bar and is accessed via the corridor behind. Here there are bigger tables and chairs and the food menu.
On the even smaller bar there are four hand pumps displaying all the real ale. The décor is horse racing throughout.
Food is served here both in the bar and the restaurant lunchtime and evenings Monday to Saturday and Sunday 12-3pm only. There is plenty of selection, though a little limited for vegetarians and prices are 'reasonable'. Note the little bags of 'ploughman's lunches behind the bar. No food is served Sunday evening and the menu changes regularly.
Worth a stop over if you are nearby.
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up to 3 guest ales.
Hampton in Arden
From: D:£32-37pp, S:£42