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The Dog Inn, Water Orton - pub details

Dog Inn

Address: Marsh Lane, Water Orton, Birmingham, West Midlands, B46 1NW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17669) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Water Orton (0.2 miles), Lea Hall (3.6 miles), Marston Green (3.9 miles)

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Traditional pub with decent real ales. Spot the old Ansells sign painted on the roof, and the Ansells squirrel in the glass in the right-hand room. Garden with play area,
hdrawnsley - 18 Jan 2011 18:53
I was in the area yesterday, so called in at "The Dog". A change of land lady since my last visit.

Was made very welcome. Some work been done inside and out.

If I lived local, this would be a regular stop for me.

The beer well kept. The regulars state that the food is of a good standard at a fair price.

This pub is well worth a visit.

Nick S Phillips.
Nickphillips - 1 Aug 2010 20:43
I have very fond memories of this pub. Back in 1974 Wilf Jeffreies with Margaret ran the pub, I asked Wilf for a job one night and worked for them for years he sacked me many times I was back behind the bar the next shift. We were friends for years.

Then it was a locals pub that was before the M6 & M42 I think the last bus from Birmingham was 23.00hrs.

The pub was in the winter always had an open fire in both rooms. We often had a bonfire on what was the old bowling green.

I find it impossable to pass, I drink in the bar and I still feel the welcome in the place and I would recommend that you visit. The village got some good walks still.

The pub and village have a lot of history around. Come out of the pub cross the road go up the hill ( the old off license was there) turn right at the top you will find a almost lost road.
Nickphillips - 22 Aug 2008 20:08
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Nickphillips - 22 Aug 2008 19:51
good local pub, great friendly staff. the entertainment manager is particulary good organising the quizes and discos. nice beer, recommend the cider, very tasty. all round a good homely pub.
This_Charming_man - 27 Nov 2007 12:15

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