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cat-icon High StreetThornbury, Bristol, Avon, UK


Set in the suburb of Horfield, near Bristol, on the Gloucester Road you will find The Anchor. Surrounded by shops, banks and businesses, this is a popular starting venue at weekends but we also attract many customers throughout the week. Our sport, entertainment and cheap drinks often keep people here for the whole evening. This distinctive old building is ...

cat-icon 323 Gloucester RoadHorfield, Bristol, Avon, UK

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cat-icon High StreetThornbury, Bristol, Avon, UK

The Adam and Eve

The Adam and Eve is celebrating five consecutive years in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide. Not that everybody has always appreciated the lively atmosphere here. In the 1970s the owners decided to buy the house next door so that the noise from the skittles didn't disturb anybody. The Adam and Eve doubled in size overnight and became one of the ...

cat-icon 8 Townsend Street , Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

The Bees Knees

The Bee's Knees has been owned by Arkell's since 1871, but until very recently it was known as The Plume of Feathers. It is a what-you-see-is-what-you-get sort of a pub. No frills, nothing fancy, just a basic, down-to-earth bar for drinking that can get lively at weekends. The pub's reputation for good food also mean it's busy during the week, ...

cat-icon Watermoor Road , Cirencester, Gloucestershire

The Brewers Arms

The Brewer's Arms is a thriving young person's pub and one of Arkell's sportier venues. It has a fun-loving clientelle, attracted by the satellite TV tuned to the sports channels as well as pub games, including that increasingly rare oddity, bar billiards. A selection of interesting horseracing pictures completes the sporting theme. The various bars and downstairs rooms have ...

cat-icon 70 Cricklade Street , Cirencester , Gloucestershire

The Bull Hotel

By any standards, The Bull Hotel is a magnificent sight. It dominates the Market Square in the Cotswold stone village of Fairford and if visitors ever worry that the inside will not do justice to the exterior, then they are quickly reassured by the set of plaques next to the front door which confirm The Bull's classification as a ...

cat-icon Market Place , Fairford , Gloucestershire

The Cat and Fiddle

The Cat and Fiddle stands in the geographic centre of the Whaddon estate and, as you might expect, it also plays an important part at the centre of the community itself. Generations of locals have enjoyed the comfortable surroundings at the Cat and Fiddle over the years. And when Arkell's took over in the summer of 1999 they will have ...

cat-icon Whaddon Road , Cheltenham , Gloucestershire

The George

The George has a very special place among the 92 pubs owned by Arkell's brewery. The village was the birthplace of John Arkell back in 1802 and you will find generations of his ancestors buried here. It was hardly surprising that he returned here in 1861 to purchase his third pub, a building he must have been familiar with when he was ...

cat-icon Near Fairford, Gloucestershire

The Hare and Hounds

Situated on the Fosse Way, close to the Roman town of Cirencester and the Roman villa at Chedworth, the Hare and Hounds offers modern-day travellers a warm welcome. But more and more people are making a special journey to one of Arkell's newest acquisitions to sample the delicious food on offer. Everything on the exciting new menu - from ...

cat-icon Foss CrossChedworth, Near Cirencester, Gloucestershire

The India House

Welcome to the only pub in Britain called The India House. Its official address is Barton Road but it is India Road, which runs alongside, that has probably given the pub its name. Actually, historians are unsure whether the road gave the pub its name or vice versa, but there is no doubt that it has long since been ...

cat-icon Gloucester, Gloucestershire

The Royal Oak

Though modernised in 1990, this is an unspoilt pub in an attractive village on the edge of the Cotswolds where the pace of life is definitely in the slow lane. It's a modest little place, but first and foremost it prides itself on being a place where local villagers can enjoy a drink, a bar snack or the odd game ...

cat-icon Lechlade, Gloucestershire

The Sir Colin Campbell

The Sir Colin Campbell is unique. Not only is it (we believe) the only pub of that name in the country, but it is also one of the few that is built on stilts. Standing on the banks of the River Severn, close to Gloucester's historic docks area, the stilts ensure that the pub is safe from the threat ...

cat-icon Gloucester, Gloucestershire

The St James Hotel

The St James Hotel is yet another Arkell's pub with railway connections, though the pub continues to thrive, long after the railway's heyday has passed. It was previously called The Railway Hotel and dated from the 19th century, but the station, which stood about 200 yards down the road, has long since closed. The hotel has been called The St ...

cat-icon Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

The Talbot Inn

The Talbot is a lot of different pubs all in one - large but cosy, quirky but comfortable, grand on the outside but homely on the inside. - five courtyard en-suite letting rooms - dining inside and out - children welcome The bar is at the centre of the building and most visitors head for the plush split-level Paddock ...

cat-icon Cirencester, Gloucestershire


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