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“Many ladies must have fallen into the Druid’s Arms”
Review of The Druids Arms

The Druids Arms
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: British
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Description: Ian, Louise and new manager, Nicola would like to welcome you to The Druid's Arms. The overall concept of our pub is simple; we serve good food and an array of drinks in relaxed, welcoming surroundings. Our head chef, Leon, uses the freshest and best of ingredients and buys locally wherever possible. If you are looking for a quick, satisfying lunchtime meal, try something off our Light Bites menu which offers pub classics at superb value for money. In the evening, why not get more adventurous and try some of the Leon's more creative dishes. Alternatively, you may just want to enjoy a glass of wine or local ale at the bar whilst enjoying the friendly, welcoming bar atmosphere. We welcome everyone so, whether it's a case of enjoying a drink in front of our large open fire in the winter, or popping along on a Sunday afternoon and soaking up the rays in our large beer garden- we'd love to see you! Children are more than welcome at The Druids - we have high-chairs and of course can cater for the little ones too..There's even a jar of sweets on the bar!
Reviewed 1 July 2017

As three senior walkers we did, stopping for mid-day refreshments during our walk. We were made welcome. The beer choice was good and the selection and quality of snacks/sandwiches, supplemented with chips of course, was excellent. The building was originally a cottage, so is compact and cosy. Outside there is an excellent garden for al fresco refreshment seekers which contains interesting, original and unusual standing stones (The Cove) for those interested in the stone circle of Stanton Drew. We left suitably refreshed and looking forward to another visit.

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Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

My husband and I were staying at the Tithe Barn, down the road and the Druids Arms was recommended to us.
Well, we were not disappointed! They serve gorgeous Bottega rose prosecco which is yum :-)
We had dinner in the cosy little dinning area and was served by a lovely, friendly waitress. The food was fresh, delicious and the portion sizes huge! We were stuffed!
Would definitely visit this cosy little gem of a pub again.

Thank Jayney J
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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

We booked a meal for 7.30 but after being stuck in traffic on the way down didn't arrive till 7.50....but this was no problem to the waitress who showed us to our table in the small but comfy dining room off the main bar, which appeared to be full of locals.... always a good sign. The dining room was intimate and would probably hold about 20 people maximum, on this night there were a table of 4 persons and 3 tables of 2 persons including ourselves and the atmosphere was good with a buzz of relaxed conversation.

As we settled in the young waitress took our drinks order and left us a menu explaining any unavailability on the specials board. Within what seemed like seconds she returned with our drinks and the service was continued in the same friendly efficient way throughout the night.

We shared a starter of mushrooms cooked in garlic and cream and to follow I had a chicken linguini and my partner had the last remaining sea bass from the specials menu....It's safe to say they were all excellent and portions of a good size, so much so that we couldn't face a dessert being totally full.

The two young waitresses were friendly and efficient throughout and when our bill arrived after the food and two drinks each we were pleasantly surprised to see it came to less than £45. The beer by the way was splendid.

All in all a very pleasant and rewarding dining experience which we can heartily recommend.... Do book in advance though to avoid disappointment as it can obviously get quite busy.

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Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

Popped in for dinner on the way back from holiday. My steak was cooked to perfection as was everything else on my plate. My partners ham, egg and chips was also delicious. Every meal I've had here has been better than good and such a lovely setting.

Thank Fiona L
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Reviewed 3 June 2017

We were popping down to the Stones at Stanton Drew, it was a beautifully sunny day so we called into the pub first, to have a drink and sit in the garden where the Cove stones are sited, the Lady behind the bar was very friendly and helpful handing my wife a folder with much of the information on the stones and their archaeology, well worth stopping off.

Thank MikeJD2015
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