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The Six Bells on the Green, Warborough - pub details

Six Bells on the Green
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Address: 16 The Green South, Warborough, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 7DN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26567) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.thesixbellswarborough.co.uk

Nearest train stations Culham (4.9 miles), Appleford (5 miles), Cholsey (5.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Certainly a picturesque village pub outside the front overlooking the green and with a tidy enclosed garden at the rear, dog-friendly throughout. Three ales on, Brakspear Bitter and Oxford Gold and Marstons Help For Heroes but prices approx. 30p per pint above the local average with an orange juice and lemonade for our driver costing an eye-watering £3.60, the same price as the cheapest beer. Seemed to be doing a good food trade but I did not see the menu or the prices. On the plus side there was certainly a friendly welcome and all was clean and tidy but I have to deduct a point from my rating for the unreasonable pricing.
yellowfever - 27 Jun 2015 18:01
Visited here yesterday got to say much better than some previous experiences. Very welcoming hostess + staff Reasonable prices excellent Oxford Gold & good sandwiches which arrived within 10 minutes of ordering Highly recommended.
downsview - 8 Jul 2013 10:13
Called in here yesterday lunch time on the off-chance (I'd noticed it when cycling by last summer) and had a pleasant time of it.

The beer was good - there were two Brakspears on tap. We just had sandwiches, which were fine (and the salad garnish had a nice dressing with it), and the 'proper meals' being served to the other customers around us looked very good and were being raved about, so we'll go back and have a meal there at some point.

Friendly, clean, warm enough on a cold January day ... what else is there to say!
GT_Tourer - 28 Jan 2012 11:44
Fortunately, we were the "couple" at the bar, sitting a few feet away from "Dawn" and therefore saw and heard all.
I think it is a shame that 'Dawn and husband' took this as she did and has blown something trivial out of proportion despite her admitting the pub and food is lovely (which it is). The landlord (Matt posing as 'Young Barman') very politely suggested that the customer move to the restaurant rather than the table in the middle of the bar area (and is right next to the front door) where locals tend to congregate. We had a meal in the restaurant that day, which was excellent and in comfortable surroundings.

We travel around 25 miles each way to get this pub, mostly because of the atmosphere - the friendly and professional landlord is a great attraction, always polite and helpful.

The food is great (cooked by Mike)- we particularly recommend fish and chips, cottage pie and vegetable lasagne and the quality of wine is also good. We thoroughly recommend this pub for a drink or a meal.
Dig451 - 13 Feb 2011 14:52
Thank you for your constructive comments posted on the internet and for suggesting that my girlfriend is on the ornamental side, she is also very inteligent and the best girl in the world.
We are fortunate to have a regular lunch time attendance of village people and therefore the bar are is a comunal area for everybody including dogs as I would have explained to 'Bensonale' if I did not explain myself to you in the right manner at the time sir, I am sorry.
Therefore I hesitate to serve people two course lunches on my only bar table which can never be reserved 'dawn' especially when training new staff. I was not waiting for tables of 4.
I look forward to the comments added by the couple at the bar.

Matt, Landlord Of The Six Bells


sixbellswarborough - 2 Feb 2011 16:07

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