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, Tewkesbury, Bristol and District
& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
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NAILSWORTH

BRITANNIA  See Map
Cossack Street, GL6 0RF
400 yards from A46
Tel. Stroud (01453) 832501
website:http://www.food-club.com/britannia.htm
HOOK NORTON Hooky (H)
WADWORTH 6X (H)

Large busy town centre local, recently
refurbished. Interesting caricatures on
the walls, an illuminated tractor wheel
in the floor, and artefacts displayed in
the tables. Guest beers.


1997
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


EGYPT MILL HOTEL  See Map
Station Road (Off A46), GL6 0AE
ST8503899860
Sat Nav: 51.697276,-2.217880
Off A46
Tel. Stroud (01453) 833449
Fax: 01453 839919
e-mail:reception@egyptmail.com
website:http://www.egyptmill.com/
TETLEY Bitter (H)
WADWORTH 6X (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

The pub was once a old mill. There is a
rotating waterwheel in the bar. Stone
floors.


1995
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


GEORGE INN  See Map
Newmarket Road, GL6 0RF
ST8411499653
Sat Nav: 51.695389,-2.231239
15 minutes walk uphill from the centre of Nailsworth
Tel. Stroud (01453) 833228
STROUD Tom Long (H)
TIMOTHY TAYLOR Landlord (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (sourced locally; often Uley)  (H)

Traditional village local with a
friendly atmosphere, looking southwards
over the valley above Nailsworth. Three
separate chimneys indicate that the
building was originally three cottages.
It became a pub in 1820 and was renamed
in 1910 to honour the incoming George V.
There is a small patio at the front and
limited car parking. The award-winning
chef uses only fresh ingredients and
even the bread rolls are homemade. The
imaginative food is keenly priced with
chicken piri-piri a superb house
speciality. Food is served in the bar or
in a small separate restaurant (booking
essential).


2015
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


TIPPUTS INN  See Map
Bath Road, GL6 0QE
ST8448397177
Sat Nav: 51.673138,-2.225790
On A46 - Tiltups End - on top of hill south of Nailsworth
Tel. Stroud (01453) 834625
website:http://www.tipputsgrill.com/
STROUD Varies (H)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (H)

Comfortable free house at top of hill.
L-shaped main bar. Separate bar adjacent
to restaurant.


2016
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


VILLAGE INN  See Map
The Cross, Fountain Street, GL6 0HH
ST8501199529
Sat Nav: 51.694299,-2.218256
On A46 in the centre of town
Tel. Stroud (01453) 835715
website:http://www.villageinn-nailsworth.co.uk/
NAILSWORTH Artist's Ale (H)
NAILSWORTH Mayor's Bitter (H)
NAILSWORTH Town Crier (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

The Village Inn, which reopened in late
2006 as the Nailsworth Brewery brewpub
is unrecognisable from the inn, which
closed in the mid 1990s - an ugly
duckling reborn as a swan. An intricate
warren of rooms and spaces has been
created with care and flair, salvaged
furniture and fittings combined with new
joinery. All it lacks is the patina of
age. Don't miss the superb poster of the
former Nailsworth brewery on the stairs
down to the loos and brewhouse. Stroud
CAMRA sub-branch Pub of the Year 2008.

(40,46)
2010
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 28/01/2019