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The Stag's Head, Offchurch - pub details

Stag's Head
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Address: Welsh Road, Offchurch, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV33 9AQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12356) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Leamington Spa (2.9 miles), Warwick (4.9 miles)

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The Stag at Offchurch is a picturesque thatched village pub that was only spoiled by some unsightly roadworks outside. The interior was pleasant enough. But service felt a touch pretentious. Adverts in the toilets for gift vouchers to use in the restaurant revealed that it's part of a small chain of 3 pubs. Despite the external appearance, this is very much a restaurant, as opposed to a pub. Although they did have 3 ales - Tribute, Ubu & Hooky and its one other redeeming feature for me - Henneys Traditional Cider, not something I've seen on handpull before.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Jul 2016 21:15
Now just the Stag at Offchurch.

A wonderful example of a country inn. Immaculate old thatched building with log burning fires.

Four real ales on - I went for a superb Hook Norton Hooky (best pint for a long time). The high quality made the £3.70 slightly more palatable.

Some photos at my walking blog - http://bit.ly/1OZlbeT
Mappiman - 31 Jan 2016 17:24
Popped in for a quick one whilst on a walk. 2,Warwickshire beers on, Duck Pond and Darling Buds. As well as Church End Cuthberts which was a beautiful and very welcome pint. Menu looks excellent must bring my good lady. On side of its van it's refered to a eating pub of the year as well as having an Egon ronie plack on the front. Also great whiskey selection.
The_in4mer - 15 May 2012 12:56
Popped in for a quick one whilst on a walk. 2,Warwickshire beers on, Duck Pond and Darling Buds. As well as Church End Cuthberts which was a beautiful and very welcome pint. Menu looks excellent must bring my good lady. On side of its van it's refered to a eating pub of the year as well as having an Egon ronie plack on the front. Also great whiskey selection.
The_in4mer - 15 May 2012 12:56
Been a couple of times and really like the atmosphere, quite a posh clientele so you do get loud people telling their group (and everyone else within earshot) about their fantastic lives and name-dropping until the cows come home, which can be a little tedious. But despite this, worth a visit.
SomeMight - 28 Jul 2011 16:32

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