The Rose And Crown, Stratford Upon Avon - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1440) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Sky TV, Big screen
- Fruit machines, Quiz machines
- Food served
- Outside seating, Children allowed, Late licence, Smoking area, Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
other pubs nearby:
Golden Bee, Stratford Upon Avon (0.0 miles), Garrick Inn, Stratford Upon Avon (0.1 miles), Dirty Duck, Stratford Upon Avon (0.1 miles), Encore, Stratford upon Avon (0.1 miles), Falcon Hotel, Stratford Upon Avon (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Horrible Pub. Served a pint of Immortal that would have killed me if I had drank it. Couldn't get it close to my mouth before the smell hit me.|
Pub building is impressive but the palce is full of litter. Avoid.
Photos at my walking blog - http://bit.ly/1TMvHsa
Mappiman - 28 May 2016 20:58
Almost opposite the Golden Bee on Sheep Street, but definitely not in the same league. Only two handpumps. I opted for a pint of Tornado from the Cheshire based Storm Brewery. It was served by a very pleasant young lady and the beer was OK, but not outstanding. Overall, the pub is tired and seems to lack atmosphere and my wife was very unimpressed by ladies toilet.
steve2905 - 17 Mar 2015 05:53
|Been to Stratford every July for past many years, always spent a lot of time in this pub as pretty good for watching sport, used to play pool in the outbuildings in the garden but they have shut them now. Still always call in for a couple but we now prefer some of the other pubs in town, we did eat in here once, don't think would do that again, waited about an hour and when it arrived it was cold. Friendly enough staff and beer always been okay, it's just not great|
AnchormanMike - 15 Jan 2015 13:36
|Decent enough town boozer, but there are a lot nicer places not far away|
alewhale - 23 Mar 2014 13:17
|A 16th century hostelry described as being Tudor in style (it certainly isn't clean lines, Farrow & Ball and halogen lighting!) which is big inside although there were only a handful of people there last night. An uninspiring range of ales including Marston's EPA, Young's Bitter and Bombardier (which was in good order). Nothing to write home about but I have been in worse. Did not eat there but it looked like they served typical pub grub.|
paul_d102 - 5 May 2012 09:13
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