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The Fox and Hounds, Great Wolford - pub details

Address: Great Wolford, Shipston-On-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36 5NQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14541) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Moreton-in-marsh (3.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 10 users)
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user reviews of the Fox and Hounds, Great Wolford

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This pub had new owners in 2015 . They have taken out most of the nice old features of the pub including comfortyable seats and pictures and old objects and put in modern Ikea styled furniture and very uncomfortable stools instead. We were horrified to see a huge modern jukebox dominating the bar. The pub was almost empty on the Saturday evening we visited but we had to wait for a long time before the barman turned up to serve us. The previous owners served wonderful food but the menu is now fish, burger or scampi and chips type things so we went to the Red Lion at Long Compton instead and had a lovely meal. Very disappointing end for what used to be a nice old pub.
Slarti - 13 Feb 2016 15:32
Aaargh, disappointingly closed between 3-5 on a Saturday afternoon.
paul_d102 - 11 May 2013 18:15
Just had a two night break at this wonderful establishment. Lovely room, superb food (homemade bread to die for) and friendly staff. Hook Norton Hooky in excellent condition and two other beers on hand pumps. Thoroughly recommended. An added bonus is dogs allowed all areas.
LuvPubs - 8 Mar 2011 12:09
Stayed at The Fox and Hounds with Judy a few weeks ago for one of their two nights stays. Really enjoyed our stay and have booked again over Christmas. The owners are working extremely hard to make a go of a traditional English village inn at a time when many places are closing. They succeed by making guests feel welcome and indeed friends throughout their stay without being partronising. The pub itself is everything one could wish in terms of traditional and welcoming. Roaring fires in winter, beams with hops, interesting prints and most importantly... superb hand pulled beers from Hook Norton and local microbreweries. It got my Camra vote! The locals and regulars are an eccletic group who make excellent ambassadors for the English Tourist Board and make all visitors very welcome and are rightly proud to share their local with guests. The accommodation is comfortable and clean and what one should expect in a three hundred year old property. This is not your standard Travel Lodge. Duck or Grouse as they say! Best of all, however, is the food. Jamie, owner and excellent chef, cooks some of the best food I've ever eaten. Fresh local produce and great portions. He makes his own ice cream, jams, chutneys, sausages, black pudding, and cures his own bacon. I asked him if he laid the free range eggs as well! All in all an excellent place in a beautiful part of the world. I just wish I could afford to live around those parts, but its great to be able to visit , share and made to feel welcome. Thank you all at The Fox and Hounds.
growler1 - 26 Aug 2009 17:12
Didn't actually imbibe in this pub but discovered it on a reccy of the area.

Very attractive looking pub with an exciting food menu albeit really quite expensive. Ale range looked good (3 I believe) and the staff were very friendly.
Dylarolla - 17 Aug 2009 13:06

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