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Snowshill Arms, Broadway

Pub added by Alan Winfield
Main Street
Snowshill
Postal town: Broadway
WR12 7JU

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Blackthorn _ left this review about Snowshill Arms

A traditional, stone built pub in this very attractive Cotswold village, it’s in a lovely setting just opposite the church and village green and has both a small patio at the rear of the pub as well as a garden at the end of the car park which contained a number of children’s play things such as swings and a slider as well as having a small stream running through it.

Internally it’s all exposed stone walls, although the stonework looks a little more modern than I would have expected going on the age of the building. It’s all one open plan room, although divided up in to different sections with some interior walling. A large stone fire-place was off to one side, and stacks of logs piled up next to it ready for the colder weather. Flooring was predominantly carpet with some wood strip around the bar, and a few old black and white photographs of the locale were on the walls. Seating was all padded with green vinyl and was a mixture of benches around the perimeter and stools at the chunky pine tables. Various farm implements were hung up above the bar as well as a number of brass jugs and such like.

Beers on tap were all from Donnington with their BB, SBA and Cotswold Gold. The solitary cider was Stowford Press.

On 25th May 2017 - rating: 8
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Alan Winfield left this review about Snowshill Arms

The Snowshill Arms is in a really nice looking village with the same name.
This pub is in an ideal location opposite the village church and with good views of the cotswold country side.
Once inside i noticed one room this was longish and ran across the front of the pub,the room was carpeted and had a couple of small seating bays down one side and tables and long stools down the other you could sit three people on these stools.
This pub is a Donnington tied house and there were two real ales on the bar i had a drink of Donnington BB and this was a very nice drink the other beer was Donnington SBA.
I thought this was a really nice room to have a drink in there were quite a few other people drinking in here and the atmosphere was very nice.
There was a garden at the back of the pub this had a few childrens play things in it and had a stream running through the middle of it.
I thought this was a really nice pub and i was very happy having a drink in here.

On 13th May 2011 - rating: 10
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