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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PRESTBURY

BEEHIVE  See Map
33, Bouncers Lane, GL52 5JB
SO9692623588
Sat Nav: 51.910808,-2.046094
Tel. Cheltenham (01242) 578989
SHARP'S Doom Bar (H)
WELLS Bombardier (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

Small, friendly open-plan pub close to
housing estate. New management in 2011
introduced real ale after a significant
dry period. Reduced beer prices
Monday-Thursday.


2013
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


KING'S ARMS  See Map
High Street, GL52 3AR
SO9703223907
Sat Nav: 51.913677,-2.044556
Centre of Village (B4632)
Tel. Cheltenham (01242) 244403
Fax: 01242-579486
SHARP'S Doom Bar (H)

Famous old inn, an M&B Country Inn,
refurbished in 2007 and due for a revamp
soon.


2016
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


PLOUGH  See Map
Mill Street, GL52 3BG
SO9701724014
Sat Nav: 51.914638,-2.044775
Opposite the church
Tel. Cheltenham (01242) 222180
website:http://www.ploughprestbury.co.uk/
ST AUSTELL Tribute (H)
WELLS Bombardier (H)
GUEST BEER Regular (H)

Half timbered thatched pub with an
attractive garden, safe for children.
Wood panelled lounge and stone-flagged
public bar. Low ceilings and serving
hatches help to make this the definitive
traditional pub. Boules pitch in the
garden. Good value pub food in an
expanded restaurant area.


2013
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


ROYAL OAK  See Map
43, The Burgage, GL52 3DL
SO9672224089
Sat Nav: 51.915311,-2.049065
Tel. Cheltenham (01242) 522344
Fax: 01242 577344
e-mail:eat@royal-oak-prestbury.co.uk
website:http://www.royal-oak-prestbury.co.uk/
TIMOTHY TAYLOR Landlord (H)
GUEST BEER Three Ales (H)

Attractive, 16th century Cotswold stone
pub, situated in reputedly Britain's
most haunted village. Photo of the
"Ghost of the Black Abbot" hanging in
the lounge bar. Two bars, one with a
dining area (until 2100). Popular with
race goers, especially during Gold Cup
week, being the closest pub to the
racecourse, which is reflected in the
collection of equine prints. There is
free off-road parking nearby. The food
is primarily home made (notably the
desserts) and includes cheeses from a
local producer. A large rear garden
leads to a skittle alley/function room
called the Pavilion. A beer festival is
held in May and a cider festival in
October.
Acquired by Butcombe in September 2017.

(A)
2017
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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Last updated on 28/01/2019