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The Snitterfield Arms, Snitterfield - pub details

Address: Bearley Road, Snitterfield, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 0JH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35076) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bearley (2.3 miles), Claverdon (3.1 miles), Wilmcote (3.2 miles)

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Once again did a loop of the Welcombe Hills with this pub as the solitary "water stop". Yesterday's pint of Purity Gold was as good as anything I've had recently - disregard any fanciful attempts at getting Stratford town pubs into the GBG and come here instead. Doom Bar still also available but the clip for the Greene King IPA was turned around (a blessing). Under new management since autumn 2018.
paul_d102 - 15 Apr 2019 09:13
Well, the licensee who was there when I visited 4 years ago didn't last long and new tenants have been there since 2013 apparently. Refurbishment in progress today so not sure how it will end up looking. Doom Bar still on sale as was Greene King IPA and Moorhouse's Pride of Pendle (which was in good condition).
paul_d102 - 31 Jan 2016 00:28
What an incredible oasis in the village of Snitterfield and, judging by the customers, a very popular one too. Newly taken over (March 2012) by Leah and her partner, they have almost created a Gastropub with a village pub ambience. French bistro on one side with a more conventional Dining Room on the other. Good selection of real ales and a superb menu with outstanding food prepared by a passionate chef.

The crowning glory for the 'Arms' is the loving care and attention to detail by it's owner Leah, nothing being too much trouble. Highly recommended and will become our 'out-of-town' local, worth a trip to visit and enjoy.
seesaw01 - 27 Sep 2012 19:42
Just re-opened after a change of licensee and is now substantially different although I confess I had not visited for perhaps 4 years. The pool table has gone and has been replaced by a modern interior, tastefully decorated including French-style wall prints and bucket bar stools. Our limited custom was rewarded with free roast potatoes and gravy (a nice touch!) and the beer included Landlord, Doom Bar, Old Hooky at 3.40 per pint and Eagle IPA as well as keg Boddingtons. The kitchen is only just up and running but the previous day's Sunday Lunch menu included a full choice of roasts at 10.95 (but no veggie option listed) with the usual pub favourites for starters and desserts (e.g. prawn cocktail, soup, pate, chocolate brownies, treacle sponge) in addition. Felt slightly underdressed having just been for a walk to the Welcombe Hills and back...but were made to feel welcome. Would re-visit.
paul_d102 - 9 Apr 2012 17:34

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