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The Hampstall Inn, Astley Burf - pub details

Hampstall Inn

Address: Astley Burf, Stourport-On-Severn, Worcestershire, DY13 0RY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18709) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Hartlebury (3.3 miles)

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New Inn, Shrawley (1.3 miles), Astley Cross Inn, Stourport on Severn (1.3 miles), Kings Arms, Stourport on Severn (1.4 miles), Dog Inn, Dunley (1.8 miles), Mitre Oak, Hartlebury (1.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Hampstall Inn, Astley Burf

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Myself and partner have just visited this pub for Sunday lunch after being recommended by several friends. We eat out a great deal and we found the food was exceptional value for money, freshly cooked vegetables (not frozen) and the meats were the best I have eaten in a very long time. All the staff were very welcoming. We did not book a table but were fortunate to be able to be accommodated. Its gets very busy on a Sunday so I would recommend making prior booking. We will definitely be visiting again very soon and | will be recommending The Hampstall to all friends and relatives.
I have just read a previous comment which is not very good, all can say is I have only ever heard good reports especially regarding the food. I think the person that made could not have cleaned his spectacles beforehand or does not like to see someone getting on in life. - A very satisfied customer.
flossie001 - 14 Feb 2011 22:02
Unfortunately didn't read previous review before going.
I can confirm the beer is terrible, 2.45 for a pint of cloudy Banks' Mild.
No excuse for serving poor beer, the landlord should be ashamed
I was going to pour it into the River Severn but didn't want to risk being charged with endangering the fish.
Tatty pub, location isn't everything, so I give 1 out of 10 for just being open.
vauxboy - 26 Sep 2009 14:22
This has to be the most down-at-heel pub I've been to for ages. I'm not saying that every pub should be bright and shiny (god forbid!), but this place is tatty through lack of care, not a patina of age.

The beer? My god! It tastes like the pipes were last cleaned when the Severn flooded (and only then because it was probably best to be on the safe side).

The welcome? Some self-important clown in chef's bib made it clear that me and my partner were getting in the way of what he really wanted to do (probably sleep or drink the foul beer or some combination of the two), but his arrogance and general nastiness wasn't like what you would see off Gordon Ramsay - it was just plain rude.

Talking of Gordon Ramsay... Was the food the saviour of this place?

Well, if you consider rancid butter for the bread any signifier, then "No".

The greatest fun to be taken from this terrible pub is working out the nxt day whether it was the beer or the food which had you vomiting all through the night.

Avoid like the plague.
alanharty - 19 Apr 2009 10:02
We came across this pub when we were staying in a cottage in the area.Its a real old fashioned pub in the true sense of the word.Dogs are welcome in the bar and conservatory .The food here is fab.Have tried a weekday lunch - Steak and Ale Pie is to die for.!!! Have tried the Sunday Roast - very very nice , and a 3 course dinner in the Evening which was superb.The standard of food here is very very good.The landlord and lady and indeed all the staff are really friendly and accomodating.Even the locals are lovely.Felt I had to write a review as this place deserves to be praised.

dels - 14 Jan 2008 16:03
the hampstall is situated on the banks of the river severn in a beautiful spot. has 2 bars serves food all day and does a wicked sunday roast for 5.90. is a great place in the summer with a big outdoor seating area.
sam withering - fredbeerpizzza@yahoo.co.uk - 5 Jan 2005 19:00

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