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The Coach and Horses, Weatheroak Hill - pub details

Coach and Horses

Address: Weatheroak Hill, Alvechurch, Birmingham, West Midlands, B48 7EA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4662) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wythall (2.4 miles), Alvechurch (2.6 miles), Whitlocks End (3.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.4/10 (rated by 31 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Peacock Inn, Forhill (0.8 miles), Horse and Jockey, Wythall (1.2 miles), Rose and Crown, Portway (1.5 miles), White Swan, Wythall (1.8 miles), Hopwood House Inn, Alvechurch (1.8 miles)

user reviews of the Coach and Horses, Weatheroak Hill

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5 most recent reviews of 35 shown - see all reviews

Its taken 2 years but we came back!

Tried the Weatheroak Hold today - it was super.

Cracking pub - you should come.

Some photos at my walking blog -
Mappiman - 10 Jul 2016 16:21
What a find! After completing the brummie ring ( we wanted somewhere to celebrate. This was found on the internet, but we didn't know what to expect. How about a board of around 10 real ales, half brewed on site? How about stew and dumplings for 6 quid.

Dead close to m42 j3, so I will be back.
Mappiman - 4 Mar 2014 07:12
Very impressed with the beers brewed on the premises. Food was good as well. Don't go for the modern extension, head for the old part of the pub with atmosphere. 4 ales of their own on and 4 or 5 from other small breweries.
Steamer1 - 8 Feb 2014 19:22
A very nice public house. Nice location, nice interior, nice staff (when I was there) nice ales and nice`s all so very nice..oh ok, some gnarly locals at the bar who don`t want to budge over and there was a wasp in the beer garden. Well worth a visit
Blastbeat - 15 Jul 2013 14:47
Splendid pub, especially in summer when one can sit outside. On the borders of the Birmingham conurbation and very convenient for junction 3 of the M42 if one wants to take a meal break on a longer journey. The food was OK, if a bit unadventurous, and the "transport-cafe style" restaurant was the least attractive part of the pub. The Weatheroak Hill beers are brewed here and aren't at all bad.
Arctium_lappa - 17 Feb 2013 20:55

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