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The Armouries Arms, Pathlow - pub details

Previously called: The Dun Cow

Armouries Arms
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Address: Birmingham Road, Pathlow, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 0ES [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5618) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bearley (1 mile), Wilmcote (1 mile), Stratford-upon-avon (2.9 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Mary Arden, Wilmcote (1.1 miles), Rustic Kitchen at the Golden Cross, Henley in Arden (1.2 miles), Masons Arms, Wilmcote (1.2 miles)

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Closed down again last August. Pub signage now removed and building being marketed for sale at £250K. Planning permission was granted in January this year for change of use to a dwelling. So I don't suppose I will be reviewing this one again....
paul_d102 - 12 Mar 2015 11:52
Has been under new management since November (although many of the former staff remain) and has had a coat of paint and some new tables and chairs. Everards Tiger, Purity's Saddle Black and Gold and Hook Norton Lion were the four ales available today - the latter in excellent condition. Still a good value, down-to-earth pub which was busy this lunchtime.
paul_d102 - 19 Jan 2014 15:45
Delicious rare beef Sunday carvery today at just £6.95 washed down by excellent pints of Wickwar's Coopers' WPA and Everards Elixir. (they had run out of Whale Ales' Ruby Moby). Not many people inside so I hope they are making a living. Quiz nights every Monday and live music on the last Sunday evening of the month.
paul_d102 - 18 Aug 2013 17:41
I enjoyed very good pints of Everards Tiger and Holden's Black Country Bitter today, the former is likely to be a regular ale whereas the latter was one of 3 ever-rotating guest ales (the others today were Old Hooky and Wadworth's Happy Daze). The pub itself is nicely and quirkily decorated with suits of armour on the walls and cannons outside. The food prices looked cheap with main courses seemingly not exceeding £7 but we arrived too late to eat. Not a gastropub like so many others nearby but one with a different bohemian feel...time will tell whether this impression proves to be correct.
paul_d102 - 10 Mar 2013 18:56
Due to re-open on 2nd March as The Armouries Arms.
paul_d102 - 15 Feb 2013 23:15

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