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Click the map for tourism ideas Worcestershire comprises a lowland plains region, interrupted by the Malvern Hills and the Worcestershire Beacon. The rivers Severn and Avon both flow through Worcestershire. Fruit and hops are grown extensively in the county.
Black Eagle
Hockley, Birmingham, Worcestershire B18 5JU. Tel: 0121 523 4008
An excellently run establishment serving good ales and food in an area where you wouldn't expect to find a good pub. Just off the A41 traveling towards the infamous 'Handsworth' part of Birmingham from the city, the Black Eagle is easily found by turning down St. Micheals Road opposite the B4144
Boot Inn

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Radford Road, Flyford Flavell, Worcestershire WR7 4BS. Tel: 01386 462658
Well maintained coaching inn with 13th century core located in a quiet village on the Wychavon Way. Very popular timbered bars and a good sized conservatory which includes glass covered well. Accommodation is first class, with excellent service and super food.
Country Girl


Stoke Prior, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B60 4AY. Tel: 01527 821790
Crown & Trumpet

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Church Street, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7AE. Tel: 01386 853202
17th century Cotswold stone inn located in a picture postcard Cotswold village. An extensive menu and a range of real ales are served. Shove-ha'penny, Evesham Quoits and Ring the Bull are played.
Crown Inn
208 Hagley Road, Stourbridge, Worcestershire DY8 2JU. Tel:
Very busy with business folk at lunchtimes, the Crown is a typical Black Country boozer with an extremely friendly welcome, excellently well kept ales and good wholesome cooking. Known to many as 'Jean's Pub' as Jean rules the bar with a rod of iron ! She takes after the 'Tipton Slasher' a world champion boxer from years gone by and whose picture hangs on the wall.
Duke William


25 Coventry Street, Stourbridge, Worcestershire DY8 1EP. Tel: 01384 440202
Classic Black Country boozer in the heart of Stourbridge just inside the Formula 1 ring road. Fantastic ales are brewed on the premises and are complimented by no nonsense hearty good food.
Farmers Arms

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Birts Street, Birtsmorton, Worcestershire WR13 6AP. Tel: 01278 833308
15th Century half timbered rural inn where you can expect to find real farmers amongst the locals. Fairly basic but with a friendly atmosphere and good views of the Malvern Hills, good food and excellently well kept ales. Large open fireplace, a mix of furniture including old settles and a bar chair where Ol Vinny used to sit. - I'm Happy.
Fountain Inn


Oldwood, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire WR15 8TB. Tel: 01584 810701
Fox & Hounds
Church Street, Bredon, Tewkesbury, Worcestershire GL20 7LA. Tel: 01242 772377
16th Century half timbered thatched inn on the Gloucestershire border, Close to the River Avon and Bredon's 11th Century Tithe Barn. Good food and traditional ale.
Halfway House

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Bastonford, Powick, Worcestershire WR2 4SL. Tel: 01905 831098
Located on the A449 halfway between Worcester and Malvern, hence the name, the Halfway House has a reputation for fine food and serves a range of traditional ales.
Kings Arms
Main Road, Ombersley, Droitwich, Worcestershire WR9 0EW. Tel: 01905 620142
A real gem. Excellent half timbered inn dating back to 1411 with timber beams, real roaring log fires with excellent quality food and traditional ales. Children welcome until 8:30
Lygon Arms

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, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7DU. Tel: 01386 852255
Ma Pardoe'S
89 Halesowen Road, Netherton, Worcestershire DY2 9PY. Tel: 01384 253075
Correctly called the Old Swan and not quite the same pub as when Ma Pardoe was alive. Famous old home brew pub known for it's character and old relics.
Mug House

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Claines Lane, Claines, Worcestershire WR3 7RN. Tel: 01905 456649
Fantastic little grade II listed 16th century half timbered inn known as the Pub in the Churchyard as it sits in the grounds of the Church of St. John the Baptist. The Mug House serves excellently well kept ales and good wholesome food.
Nailers Arms

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62 Doctors Hill, Bournheath, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire B61 9JE. Tel: 01527 873045
Superb country inn serving excellent food and a wide range of traditional ales. The Nailers Arms is a converted Nailer's Cottage with significant comfort on fully upholstered chairs & settees and with gourmet and other themed evenings.
Old Chequers Inn


Crowle Green, Crowle, Worcestershire WR7 4AA. Tel: 01905 381772
Village inn with a good reputation for the quality of the home cokked food.
Pack Horse Inn
31 High Street, Bewdley, Worcestershire DY12 2DH. Tel: 01568 403762
The first inn bought by the Irishman Colm O'Rourke who founded the wonderful Little Pub Company. The 400 year old Pack Horse has an Irish / farming theme and serves excellent wholesome fayre and traditional ales.
Plough & Harrow
Worcester Street, Stourbridge, Worcestershire DY8 1AX. Tel: 01384 397218
Good locals pub with a friendly welcome serving cask ales and good black country food.
Red Lion Inn
Bridgnorth Road, Shatterford, Worcestershire DY12 1SU. Tel: 01299 861221
A very smart well run and friendly country inn dating back to 1835 which has a very nice dining room to the rear. The service and food is of a very high standard and the Red Lion boasts two car parks - in different counties !
Seven Stars
Brook Road, Stourbridge, Worcestershire DY8 1NQ. Tel: 01384 394483
Excellent inn with a wide range of dishes on a menu which has a nice humorous touch. Wide range of well kept traditional ales in a very popular inn, especially with lunchtime trade.
Talbot Hotel


, Knightwick, Worcestershire WR6 5PH. Tel: 01886 821235
Traditional 15th Century coaching inn located just off the A44 but seperated by the delightful River Teme. Excellent food is complimented by superb ales brewed by the Teme Valley Brewery behind the inn. Along with their own vegatable and herb garden the Talbot also has it's own bakery - highly recommended!
The Bell


Church Street, Eckington, Worcestershire WR10 3AN. Tel: 01386 750033
The Fleece
The Cross, Bretforton, Worcestershire WR11 5JE. Tel: 01386 831173
14th Century farmhouse now owned by the National Trust. Superb food and an excellent range of real ales. Can be very popular in summer as it's listed in most guides. Morris Dancers may be spotted occasionally in the courtyard.
The Fountain

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The Fountain, Adams Hill, Clent, Stourbridge, Worcestershire DY9 9PU. Tel: 01562 883286
Excellent well maintained inn with a warm welcome located in the Clent Hills serving traditional ales, an extensive wine list and a wide and varied quality food menu. Try the lamb pot roast........first class ! An impressive central open fire, flowers all around and professional staff give that quality touch.
The Queens
Queens Hill, Belbroughton, Worcestershire DY9 0DU. Tel: 01562 730276
Excellent and very popular village inn serving good quality food and traditional ales with a real homely feel and where you will often find vintage Bentley's parked outside as the owners club meet here. A warm welcome is assured and with fresh flowers dotted around, the Queens has a real quality feel to it.
The Retreat
157 Hagley Rd, Oldswinford, Stourbridge, Worcestershire DY8 2JJ. Tel: 01384 396290
A continental style bar which serves real ales and is very popular for its excellent and varied food. Parking is limited and it is not a good idea to use the nearby pub car park as they get very upset !
The Wellington

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37 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, Worcestershire B2 5SN. Tel: 0121 200 3115
Three Kings Inn
Church End, Hanley Castle, Worcestershire WR8 0BL. Tel: 01684 592686
Three Nuns

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Colletts Green Road, Colletts Green, Powick, Worcestershire WR2 4SB. Tel: 01905 830442
The Three Nuns at Collett's Green is a pub of the type that is growing more and more difficult to find. As well as preserving the atmosphere of a traditional drinkers' haven with real English beer (no loud music!), it offers excellent social facilities with home-cooked food, play areas for children, and pub games.
Vine Inn


Vine Lane, Clent, Worcestershire DY9 9PH. Tel: 01562 882491
Walter De Cantelupe Inn
Main Road, Kempsey, Worcestershire WR5 3NA. Tel: 01600 820572
Fine English inn with a touch of the Orient. Named after the former bishop of Worcester back in the 13th Century. Good food and traditional ales.
Why Not
Why Not Street, Two Gates, Colley Gate, Worcestershire B63 2JH. Tel: 01384 61019
19th Century inn serving great food and a range of excellent real ales. A typical down to earth Black Country pub.