Monday-Saturday: 11-3, 5-11; 11-11 Fri/Sat, Sunda
This is a family run public house located in the Cotswold village of Cam in South Gloucestershire. Whether you are a local customer or a visitor to the area, you are sure of a warm welcome. The Berkeley Arms is located in the village of Cam, which can be found by taking the A4135 a short distance from the A38 between Gloucester and Bristol. Cam is well served by local bus routes and the local railway station of 'Cam and Dursley'. The Berkeley Arms supplies a range of quality Whitbread beers and guest ales. All were served with or without sparkler and were cold. Built in
1890 this is a friendly local with the added bonus of having the Stroud Brewery frontage. In addition to this The Berkeley Arms holds beer festivals in early May. If you cant wait that long they also have quiz and darts teams. Food is served at lunchtimes only, but is traditional and wholesome. No accommodation here.
None as yet
Old Bell Hotel
13 Long Street
2km from Cam. Price: ?40-60