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The Fleur De Lys, Lowsonford - pub details

Address: Lowsonford, Henley In Arden, West Midlands, B95 5HJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18118) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Claverdon (2.5 miles), Hatton (2.7 miles), Henley-in-arden (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 16 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Tom O'The Wood, Rowington (1.2 miles), Durham Ox, Shrewley (1.6 miles), Crabmill, Preston Bagot (1.8 miles), Crown, Claverdon (1.8 miles), Navigation Inn, Lapworth (1.9 miles)

user reviews of the Fleur De Lys, Lowsonford

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This is the third time we have been here over xmas & new year, have to say that the staff were very friendly, even having a joke with them, the food was as discribed, each time we tried something different to eat, & each time we were not disapointed, did'nt have to wait long for the food, plates taken away promply, & all together very well priced unlike some places. the log fire welcomed you & a good selection of beers & wine for the wife, looks a great place to come in the summer, & will be back very soon. looking at the previous reviews makes us think that the reveiwers have been to a different pub or may be just people with nothing better to do! Perhaps Mr Misery should stay down the farmers.
jamespeters - 17 Feb 2012 21:22
great food & drink! it's nice to have open fires this weather!
abigailjames - 11 Feb 2012 09:06
Visited many times during the summer until GMT. Always been a lovely location, an excellent positioned pub to enjoy beautiful country, in a verdant lush valley, with the cut running through it. Warwickshire is one of the best counties.

Most of the regular beers were good and reliable, and the few visiting ales I tried all good too

I love English and the British, for their invention, brewing, friendliness, brilliance and a sublime sense of humour. Theyre always offering advice, but when they get to know you, they will back you they would help anyone. Brilliant people, Im proud to be pure British and half English.

Bit disappointed that the Fleur has had a few negative pitches lately. With nothing really positive since 2010. It was once truly great, enormous renown.

I love that Stowford Press too, when I fancy a change never had a bad head with that fantastic stuff. The finest cider must come from Herefordshire.

I was disappointed with the smoking dope (weed), albeit in the smoking area, late summer. This should be a cracking country pub, not a crack house. And right in front of you too - under your nose.

Usually, if just one takes the trouble to comment, must be another 50 keep silent. Its really good business to have your customers leave, wanting more. But not for them to leave WANTING..!!

Take that good, kind, and friendly advise, from those kind, thoughtful, visitors. You should be either profit from it or get a crime number. Still got a way to go

Why not invite them back, and reconcile things.
Ill be seeing you soon.

off_down_the_farmers - 4 Jan 2012 23:59
I have returned to this pub quite regularly actually. I love it! Beautiful setting and a good pint. I would never eat there, though - over priced, inedible and unfriendly. Thought you must be a friend, Mario. Good luck with that!
beardc - 7 Nov 2011 13:47
pity you didn't ask as i know the 'manager' and he knows lots about keeping great beer and he doesn't drink lager? think your just one of those peolple who get their kicks whinging behind others backs! get a life you absolute loser !!!

mario1054 - 29 Jul 2011 20:40

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