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Glass House Inn, May Hill - pub details

Address: Glasshouse Hill, May Hill, Longhope, Gloucestershire, GL17 0NN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34837) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 6 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Yew Tree, Clifford's Mesne (1.2 miles), Red Lion, Huntley (1.3 miles), Nagshead, Longhope (1.8 miles), Farmers Boy Inn, Boxbush (2.0 miles)

user reviews of Glass House Inn, May Hill

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Brusque and rude staff.

Not Dog Friendly

Not Child Friendly

I can't remember feeling so disappointed by the attitude of staff on what seemed a friendly and rural pub.
combehouse - 22 Nov 2015 21:28
Having recently moved to the area from Berkshire and driven past this pub which looked so nice my husband and i thought we would take the children there for lunch on the August Bank Holiday weekend. We were stunned to see the signs outside saying NO CHILDREN ALLOWED UNDER 14YRS - as this would be our local and we do like to eat out as a family my husband thought he would go in and ask if
that sign was for real - he was told indeed it was and children are only allowed to sit in the garden. I can totally understand screaming babies being a problem or parents that allow their children to run around but our children are well behaved and enjoy socializing so much that we have dined at some of the worlds finest restaurants where well behaved children are most welcome - are children aged 14yrs and over so more angelic ? The landlord has lost regular business from a local family and all their visiting friends, and as the car park was empty they should really reconsider this archaic policy...
sunshine01 - 30 Aug 2011 18:47
Really nice pub inside with a nice atmosphere and friendly staff. It's a shame in the last few years the landlord has focussed too much on food, and it's no longer a drinkers pub with the bar often closing at 10pm on a Saturday once all the diners have gone. Having said that, the ale remains excellent, and the food is very good too. They don't take table reservations which can be annoying.
moley123 - 9 Feb 2011 14:42
Lovely lovely lovely. True local. Great beer. A bit of over-kill (literally) with the hunting memorabilia but then the local set meets here I think. Had a wonderful stop on a Sunday lunchtime - maybe it was just because of the hunt but it was open - everyone very picturesque and tipsy, like straying into someone else's private party. Bit of a schlepp from civilisation but think I'll make the effort in the summer.
BeeryBeck - 4 Feb 2009 19:10
Superb food with huge portions, extremely friendly landlord. Great place for large group meals. Traditional Ale keept in barrels laid flat behind the bar. Not open Sundays.
aes4liathach - 23 Oct 2008 18:26

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