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The White Lion, Ross-on-wye

As I spend quite a lot of time in Ross this is a regular place to visit. In good weather the garden, right by the Wye, is a pleasant place to sit and drink and eat (the food is perfectly decent pub fayre by enlarge prepared on site). In the evening there are more restaurant like arrangements available although you can also eat in the bar area. The beer is mostly Wye Valley brewery and has always been well presented when I've been here.

11 Jun 2012 13:49

The Masons Arms, Warminster

Went in here whilst on holiday in the Wylie valley earlier this month. Excellent pub with well kept local ales direct from the cask (see earlier comments), very busy on a Thursday evening; however, the excellent front of house service still found room for my family and I and we enjoyed a fine meal. My wife recommends the steaks which are served on hot stones so that you can decide yourself how well done (or not) you want your meat, they also catered for our children. If I lived in Warminster this would be a regular port of call for me.

25 Aug 2011 15:55

The Country Girl, Selly Oak

One of the few pubs worth going to in the Selly Oak/Selly Park/Bournville/Cotteridge/Stirchley area (the British Oak being the other). As stated below, it's from the Ember Inns chain and therefore has the usual comfortable seating and loung environment you'd expect from any of their pubs. It does perfectly reasonable if unexciting food and always has a good selection of beers. Last week was Reverend james from the Wye Valley brewery, which was very nice.
Just one correction from some of the comments below, the car park is behind the pub (parking spaces out front reserved for disabled drivers) and is not that large (probably 50 cars maximum).

5 Jul 2011 15:41

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