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The Bluebell, Henley In Arden - pub details

Address: 93, High St, Henley In Arden, West Midlands, B95 5AT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18113) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Henley-in-arden (2 miles), Wootton Wawen (2 miles), Claverdon (3.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 12 users)
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user reviews of the Bluebell, Henley In Arden

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Superb service... We were outside with a dog, who was served with her own doggie treats on a plate by waitresses who actually spoke to you. Pint of hooky was excellent. 6.50 for a ham sandwich is a bit on the "how much" side of a financial transaction.
Mappiman - 16 Mar 2013 16:56
This is certainly aiming at the gastopub market, but they real ale is very decent, too (Weatherall and another local beer from Alvechurch, as I recal)! Very distinctively furnished and decorated pub. On a Sunday lunch time when I was there, there was only room for those eating. The food was smashing, very gastro, but the vegetarians were well catered for, and as one of a party of 25 odd for a family birthday do, they coped with the party remarkably well! Staff were welcoming and patient. I'd love to think I could go back and have a quiet pint of on a week day evening, but left wondering whether there would be room for casual drinkers. Would love to be proved wrong, though.
sloe_jane - 25 Jan 2010 20:15
A nice place to go for a glass of wine or two. Not really a pub more a bistro / wine bar environment, alot of the tables were reserved but empty so the bar area was very busy. Lovely seating area outside.
JLWilliams - 21 Sep 2009 11:37
Another terraced black bean and white rendered building, with a beer patio.

The interior is an eclectic mix of traditional, modern, gothic and other styles that acctually works. The interior is open plan, with stone flagstones, beams and plain walls adorned with ostentatious mirrors. The tables have candlesticks (and candles) that wouldnt look out of place in a Gothic mansion and there is even a little golden Buddha statue in the corner. The seating mixes leather Chesterfield and dark high-backed wood and whicker chairs. The music was easy listening stuff. It is also an eatery, though we didnt sample it

The service was great; the chap knew his beers, offered samples and was friendly. The clientele was mixed, though it was quiet when we first arrived, it did liven up.

Beers; a few usual thinks with Leffe and continental lagers on tap. There were 3 handpulls; Purity UBU , Weatheroak Victoria Works and Church End Fox Without A Hat; all were good.

Pleased i visited with the wife, rather than friends; i would go back
Archivist - 10 Aug 2009 12:05
a wonderful place. good quality food and drink in an environment that is comfortable, interesting and stylish. top notch service to boot. won some awards recently and justifiably too.
rgc - 11 May 2009 12:12

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