REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


This page is part of a prototype web-based CAMRA guide to Gloucestershire pubs.
The pub information has been supplied by the Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, Bristol and District
& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
©Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. 2017.

RAIG Home

If you have any comments for improvements or corrections then please contact Steve Harborne



BLOCKLEY

CROWN HOTEL  See Map
High Street, GL56 9EX
SP1628934782
Sat Nav: 52.011224,-1.764084
Off B4479
Tel. Blockley (01386) 700245
Fax: 01386 700247
e-mail:info@crowninnblockley.com
website:http://www.crowninncotswolds.co.uk/
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

Stylishly refurbished up market
Elizabethan Inn in quiet Cotswold
village. Popular with locals and
tourists alike. Food orientated.
Changing beers.


1995
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


GREAT WESTERN ARMS  See Map
Station Road, GL56 9DT
SP1659935071
Sat Nav: 52.013813,-1.759553
On B4479 (lower level of village) towards Paxford
Tel. Blockley (01386) 700362
e-mail:greatwesternarms@btconnect.com
website:http://www.greatwesternarms.com/
HOOK NORTON Hooky (H)
HOOK NORTON Old Hooky (H)
HOOK NORTON Seasonal Beers (H)

Situated in a picturesque Cotswold
village, this two-bar pub was formerly a
blacksmith's house and shop, but was
originally built for navvies working on
the nearby railway, from which the pub
takes it name. Various railway artefacts
are displayed, together with old village
photographs. The pub offers an excellent
range of home-cooked food, together with
a specials blackboard. Flowers on the
tables add a homely touch. The patio
affords beautiful views of the
Cotswolds. Aunt Sally played. Closed
Monday except for Bank Holidays.
Take-away food available. Annual beer
festival in September.


2011
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


©Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. 2017.
Comments to Steve Harborne
Last updated on 17/09/2017