REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE
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BUTCHERS' ARMS See Map
Sat Nav: 51.792442,-2.159211
Signed of A46 North of Painswick and off B4070 North of Slad
Tel. Painswick (01452) 812113
Fax: 01452 814358
PRESCOTT Hill Climb (H)
GUEST BEER Two Ales (sourced regionally) (H)
Cosy, 17th century village pub with
restaurant area, furnished in
traditional, country style. The pub has
fish nights on Wednesday, and runs quiz
and darts teams. Quoits is played.
Heated foot rest at bar. Several ghosts
reported. Note the interesting carved
pub sign, it is said to be one of the
most photographed in the country; it is
thought butchering went on here when
Henry VIII hunted deer in the valley.
Staggering views from the tables on the
steep grass behind the pub. It is worth
a walk to the bizarre sloping village
cricket ground. The batsman cannot see
the bowler running in until he is almost
at the wicket.
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry
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Last updated on 28/01/2019