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The Tom O'The Wood, Rowington - pub details

Previously called: Wood

Address: Finwood Road, Rowington, Warwickshire, CV35 7DH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19876) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hatton (3 miles), Claverdon (3.5 miles), Dorridge (3.9 miles)

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I've been to the Tom O The Wood quite a few times now since it reopened and I have to say it is a fantastic country pub....great food, good ale, fantastic hosts (well done Chris & Charlotte) and great atmosphere. As if that's not enough the location by the canal is the perfect rural setting and it's dog friendly.
My only gripe is it's not closer to where I live but I can't have everything.
Mike1000 - 11 Apr 2012 21:10
i would like to say how wonderful tom o the wood and all its staff are. after there fabulous opening in early october we decided to move our wedding reception here. with only 6 weeks to plan it all, to say they did us proud would be an understatement. we had a fabulous wedding day, wonderfull weather, amazing buffet, gorgeous rooms all of which gave us more than the wedding of our dreams. family and friends are still commenting on such a fabulous place we had. cant wait for our next visit :)
rachie - 25 Feb 2012 15:38
Just had a fantastic Sunday lunch for seven including one junior, all food was served as requested, I am quite particular about the cooking of beef it was spot on!
I have also used this establishment for weeknight meals and it has been excellent, I will return.

DRC1 - 29 Jan 2012 17:31
Stopped off for a drink during a canal walk. 'Bar area' has no stools, only luxurious sofas where, presumably, diners wait for their tables. These being full, we had to sit in the overspill restaurant at dining tables. Only handpumps were Greene King IPA and Old Rosie cider. My wife had a coffee - when I queried the bill the girl had to go to the till to find out the prices - coffee £1.90 a cup and weak as dishwater. No bar tariff or gravity of drinks displayed.

One to avoid.
malcolmofhants - 19 Jan 2012 09:22
Went today 08/01/12 for sunday lunch
1st restraint is in two parts one conservatory which is nice as long as u want to eat with dogs in the same room

The other room long and thin dark and deserted.

The place is big enough to keep the dogs in bar or outside but not in the restaurant

Well the menu was small so we all selected a duck pate which the girl who served us was described as a strong smooth pate. Well it came in a ramekin looking at it looked like should be more like a potted pate but this topping was white more like lard.

The taste was so bland and even I who never has to add salt or pepper to any thing had to. After a couple of spreads it was so bad I gave up.

The main course was a mess unless u want your dinner in a soup of gravy that had been standing under a heat lamp so the edges went crusty.

The only part of the meal was the vegetables and really good I think from a Jamie recipe.

We complained and said the starter what cost 6.00 was horrid but they would not reduce price.

So I warn all donít go there

6898917 - 8 Jan 2012 22:03

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