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The White Hart, Littleton on Severn - pub details

Address: Littleton-on-Severn, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS35 1NR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11680) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Pilning (4.1 miles), Chepstow (4.6 miles), Severn Beach (5.2 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 17 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Boars Head, Aust (1.4 miles), Anchor Inn, Oldbury on Severn (1.8 miles), White Hart, Olveston (1.8 miles)

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to cate4u ...and your comment about a well cooked steak...i can understand about your pregnancy but why give the pub such a low score just cus of your condition? why did you even order the steak if you knew u had to have it well done??? there were plenty of other items on the menu i presume??
TheFoodDevourer - 21 Jul 2013 19:31
I was quite surprised to see this Youngs pub in rural Gloucestershire. It's a far nicer affair than most of Youngs outlets in London. This pub seems to revolve around food. In addition to full meals, small bar snacks such as plates of pork scratchings are offered. One room was showing the live 6 Nations rugby match. So I presume there is also a small local crowd that uses the pub. Ales on were Bath Gem, Youngs Ordinary & Youngs Special. Cider was Addlestones or Thatchers Heritage. Although apparently they produce their own cider from their orchard at certain times of the year.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Mar 2012 17:19
Dropped by on way home from bike holiday in Wales. Beautiful old roomy peaceful place, no music or blaring TV screens (hallelujah), occasional farmyard sounds (and smells!) wafting through, views over the hedge opposite down to the estuary, plenty of tables both in and out; bit rustic but slightly posh with it. I enjoyed the Thatcham heritage cider on tap (so many places only offer the uninspiring sparkly stuff). Food fairly pricey (10+ mostly), but the portions were generous and I noticed there were some cheaper trad pub meals on the menu. Shame we were just passing through; would happily drop in more often just to soak up the tranquility.
marknorthfield - 1 Sep 2010 12:29
A nice old pub in a lovely setting (check out the sunset from the garden).
I've given it a 6/10 rating because, despite efforts made to cook good food (as evidenced by half of our group being satisfied with their orders), I paid 17.95 for a tasty, 'well done' steak which has been ruined by being cooked into leather. I know the standard advice to diners on this island is to order a steak 'medium' to avoid this problem, but alas pregnant women are strongly counselled against eating meat which isn't thoroughly cooked, ruling out the 'slightly bloody' option. This would be a pub to return to repeatedly (don't I love the Gloucestershire ones despite living in London!) if the food was generally very good and the prices say 20% lower.
Cate4U - 16 Aug 2010 11:22
Beer condition great here, beauty of a pint of Young's London Gold on my visit .....well OK several pints! At long last it's nice to see them finally taking care of the beer drinker as well as the diners. Good for them!
MisterX - 6 Apr 2010 17:38

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