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Pub Of The Month - November 2021 with ROBCamra on the Pub Forum

The Rose & Crown, Redditch

48 High Street
Feckenham
Postal town: Redditch
B96 6HS
Phone: 01527892188

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Blue Scrumpy left this review about The Rose & Crown

The Rose & Crown was our final Worcestershire stop of the day, located in the pretty village of Feckenham.

It was fairly quiet on our early Friday evening visit, with a couple of other people in the enticing garden at the rear. We decided to buck the trend and sit inside. All tables had reserved on them, which seemed to prove the theory that pubs are still striving to encourage customers outdoors wherever possible. However, a reserved sign was removed for us.

We had taken a seat in the bar, but there is also a separate lounge the other side of the bar. Banks's Amber Bitter & Brakspear Oxford Gold are the regular beers. Wychwood Hobgoblin Gold was a guest, whilst they also stocked a real cider - Thatcher's Traditional.

A decent, friendly place that could have done with a few more customers to improve atmosphere. Although, it was still before 6pm when food service starts.

On 6th June 2021 - rating: 6
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Robert Warr left this review about The Rose & Crown

A wonderful pub in the countryside.A good tasty Thatchers Gold,and Thatchers Traditional cider.Some amusing elderly locals are often in there.

On 16th July 2016 - rating: 8
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Ian Mapp left this review about The Rose & Crown

Perfect Village pub. Enter and directions to the bar and lounge. We tried to follow the lounge and walked all the way around to end up in the bar!

The roaring fire meant that we were being guided by greater forces.

A friendly welcome and a peruse of the menu and beers on off (4 real ales) - I had really good Worcestershire Gold (not seen before) and a fine lunch.

Recommended.

On 17th January 2015 - rating: 9
[User has posted 846 recommendations about 838 pubs]