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Butchers Arms, Sheepscombe - pub details

Address: Sheepscombe, Painswick, Gloucestershire, GL6 7RH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13647) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Stroud (4.5 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 18 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Royal Oak, Painswick (1.5 miles), Falcon, Painswick (1.6 miles), Black Horse, Cranham Village (1.6 miles), Fostons Ash Inn, Birdlip (1.6 miles)

 

user reviews of Butchers Arms, Sheepscombe

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Open at 11:30am, apart from Bank Holidays when its 12pm. We arrive at 11:20am on the Summer Bank Holiday!

Forced to return once the walk was over.

Very popular with good food. Three real ales on and the barman helped me choose a Prescott Hill Climb. Superb Condition.

Great example of a country pub.

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Mappiman - 29 Aug 2017 11:17
Busy with both drinkers and diners last week on a sunny early Saturday evening and a friendly welcome from the staff. I was expecting to pay over the top but I was pleasantly surprised and my choice of Prescott Hill Climb was superb. Although I wasn't dining the food servings looked good and well-presented with a menu offering plenty of options and also not too pricy. The setting is superb in an idyllic Cotswold hillside village with its honey-coloured stone with footpaths all around for walkers.
yellowfever - 22 May 2017 19:08
Really cosy, 17th century village pub with restaurant area. 3 ales, including Butcombe and Moles. Has a great fish nights on Wednesday. Bar even has a heated foot rest!

Don't be afraid of the several ghosts reported to haunt the pub. The interesting carved pub sign is apparently one of the most photographed in the country. Once a butchers shop, butchering is said to have been here when Henry VIII hunted deer in the valley. Staggering views from the tables on the steep grass behind the pub. Good service and also dog friendly.
AbbosAle - 13 Mar 2015 01:07
Really cosy, 17th century village pub with restaurant area. 3 ales, including Butcombe and Moles. Has a great fish nights on Wednesday. Bar even has a heated foot rest!

Don't be afraid of the several ghosts reported to haunt the pub. The interesting carved pub sign is apparently one of the most photographed in the country. Once a butchers shop, butchering is said to have been here when Henry VIII hunted deer in the valley. Staggering views from the tables on the steep grass behind the pub. Good service and also dog friendly.
AbbosAle - 13 Mar 2015 01:05
Last visited on New Year's Eve for lunch as part of a walk. Beautifully located with a deserved reputation for food. A good mix of well-heeled clientele and walkers packed both sides of the pub. We were in the well-heated, homely bar and enjoyed both food (superb beef sandwiches and a turkey curry) and beers. I'm not a fan of Otter but it was well kept - better, for me, was the equally well kept Jouster. Service was attentive, polite and, given how busy they were, prompt. You can walk here in about an hour from Painswick or Cranham and less than two hours from Slad.
Garganey - 4 Jan 2012 14:33

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