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The Little Lark, Studley - pub details

Address: 108 Alcester Road, Studley, Warwickshire, B80 7NP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17466) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Redditch (3.7 miles), Henley-in-arden (5 miles), Wootton Wawen (5 miles)

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Royal Oak, Studley (0.2 miles), Swan Inn, Studley (0.3 miles), Bell Inn, Studley (0.4 miles), Jubilee Inn, Studley (0.4 miles), Shakespeare Inn, Studley (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs


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nice pub, good simple cheap food, good beers and a great range of single malts.

in the week it is very much a local pub for local people. locals dont make you feel unwelcome as such, but they do look at you a lot.

some nice girls behind the bar, polite and friendly
fa_tboy - 21 Nov 2007 14:30
An impressive and popular village local. The bar staff were very friendly and food was excellent. The beer range was not very extensive as the guest had just run out. Still it was a very good pub a well worth popping into.
snip - 21 Nov 2007 00:08
We'd booked a christmas meal somewhere else for a group of 15. On the morning of the meal, they rang us to say that their ovens had packed up and we'd have to cancel. After desperately ringing around numerous other places to no avail it was suggested to try some local pubs. This was the only one who'd take us in at such short notice - and what a piece of luck! I'm sure that there was only one person in the kitchen, a really nice old lady who worked miracles for us. The excellent food came out promptly and there were no probs at all. We all had a really great time and of course some great beers too!

Gaylord - 26 Apr 2007 13:53
good ales, good food, very friendly, A GEM! but dont take my word for it, see other comments
steveb - 2 Apr 2005 21:39
What can I say, you walk in the front door and cut your way through the smoke to discover a bunch of locals chinwagging.
The beer is good, plus a range of fruit wines, and you must try the cider warmed up - boy that hits the spot.
Desperate Dan Cow Pie is Luurvely.
Formerly a printing press with lots of very funny material posted around the walls.
Yes it can be smoky but boy it's worth it!!

ramgut65 - 10 Feb 2005 17:01

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