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The Mousetrap Inn, Bourton on the Water - pub details

Address: Lansdowne, Bourton on the Water, Gloucestershire, GL54 2AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36019) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Enjoyed our swift visit here - welcome relief from the touristy honeypot of Bourton -on-the-water. Cosy interior, good range of beers
mozzzzzz - 18 Jul 2016 11:45
Visited here and ate in the bar tonight. The food was fantastic and the atmosphere warm and friendly. Good value real ales on sale, including Stroud and Wye Valley. Pub's an easy to walk to the centre of Bourton in 10 minutes. Would highly recommend and will endeavour to return.
francisdrake - 4 Apr 2015 01:43
Nice place at the quieter end of Bourton. Beers were all in tried and all good. There was Old Hooky, Wye Valley's Butty Bach and Stroud's Tom Long on handpull with Dark Star's American Pale and Burning Sky's Arise IPA on tap at the craft end of things. The nice young lady behind the bar was friendly. All in all, a good pub. Didn't get to try the food, but most of the people around me were eating and no-one seemed disappointed. Will try next time.
littledrummerboy - 28 Jul 2014 14:37
Well I can't review. They closed at 3pm as I tried to escape the tourists a little off the beaten track.
andyaston - 21 Aug 2013 14:49
'Keggers can't be choosers' proclaimed the T-shirt of one punter and he'll have been happy with Old Hooky, a Hereford brewery offering and a lesser known beverage from Stroud on tap. We were too late for food, arriving just after 2 and the position of the pub away from the centre of this criminally overrun village would seem to support the opinion of an earlier commenter that this is the best Bourton has to offer.
BoehmBawerk - 10 Aug 2013 21:31

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