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Codsall Station

Address: Chapel Lane, Codsall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV8 2EH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25576) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Codsall (0.2 miles), Bilbrook (0.9 miles), Wolverhampton (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 45 users)
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My first stop in Codsall was the Codsall Station, another Holden's pub. Their Black Country Bitter, Special & Golden Glow are dispensed along with 3 guests. On Saturday, these were Wood's Born & Bred, Hopback Mayfly & Abbeydale Deception. Indoors, there are a couple of rooms in the old station waiting rooms, with plenty of railway memorabilia. At the rear is a fairly large patio area. Both overlook the railway line itself. This was make a good start or end to a short crawl through Codsall.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Jun 2019 19:20
Two visits in the last month as on business nearby. The first coincided with one of their twice yearly beer festivals which was clearly a success. The second was a fairly quiet night and the Holden's Mild had made a reappearance. Good beer, comfortable surroundings and the train service has been improved, what isn't there to like?
ellisref - 25 May 2019 10:19
Was surprised to find that I hadn’t reported on this excellent converted station building before, but that just gave me an excuse for another visit ! It’s been about 6 months since my last visit, and I didn’t notice much change, but there was a sign saying “under new management”.

As others have commented, it is decorated with all manner of railway memorabilia. There is also the most realistic fake coal fire I’ve ever seen.

I couldn’t fault the service which was very pleasant and efficient. There were 6 beers on tap, 4 from Holdens and two guests. Unfortunately they don’t appear to do the Holdens Mild any more (it used to be gorgeous), Instead I had the Holdens XB, which was very nice.

The menu is one thing which does seem to have changed. It appears to be more restricted now and consists mainly of burgers, sandwiches, and a few “classics”. There is also a specials board – if you can find it ! Strangely, yesterday all 3 specials contained chilli ! I had the stir-fry beef chilli – which turned out to be more like a beef curry. Very nice – but rather hot !

There are also pre-prepared baps available on the bar counter. Note that lunchtime food now stops at 2pm.

8/10 – a really great place to visit on a brisk winter lunchtime.

Martinsh - 29 Jan 2017 23:28
Estaff llent condition beer, good food, great staff and reasonable prices - what more could you want.

This building used to be the Codsall station, but it is now a great little pub, full of railway memorabilia, with a cosy atmosphere. The beer is predominantly Holdens, but there are several guest ales. Holden's Black Country Bitter and Holden's Golden Glow both in superb condition. Highly recommended!
justaquick1 - 24 Mar 2015 22:47
Still a great pub servng excellent Holden's beers plus 1 or 2 guests all at reasonable prices.

Now open all day from 1130 (1200 Sunday).
cheshirecat - 19 Sep 2014 15:26

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