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Want to know what our customers think of us? Here are some of the things they have said...





“Fantastic Sunday Lunch”

Sunday the 4th of January, The last day of Christmas holiday's before returning to work, I couldn't be bothered to cook so we called into the Butchers to receive a very warm welcome, without reservation and at 1.30pm. The Pub restaurant was packed with a lovely open fire, children, dogs and families all content either eating our just enjoying a chat, drink and the homely atmosphere. We specified a table of our preference and with a short wait we were seated. For £8.95 we had a huge plateful of Sunday pork roast, all the trimmings and the vegetable's were clearly fresh, not frozen. I think this may well become a regular treat for us, as it was so affordable and no hassle. Well done to Michelle and Colin. The Proprietors.



SharonBarrett Stratford-upon-Avon


Our very first pub experience was really lovely. The welcoming atmosphere, the old worldly interior with the low wooden beams, a lovely fireplace with a fire casting shadows and warmth, low lighting and the low hum of people enjoying themselves in a relaxing atmosphere after a day's work. It felt like going back in time and for us coming from a very different country, it made us feel like we were experiencing the real heart of England. The food served with a welcoming smile was homemade, simple and delicious. We were on holiday for a week and we were going to try different pubs. In fact we tried another one but we loved The Butchers Arms so much we kept going back there. We were welcomed back like old friends. My husband especially loved the beer and the welcome but all of us loved the food. I highly recommend it, for the food, the service and atmosphere. It's worth a visit or more!!!



Ursola B Fgura malta


We had dinner and wine with the locals. The pub is so traditional, low ceilings, exposed beam and a large fireplace. Great experience.



Alison F Horsham, Australia


We stayed in a cottage around the corner from this pub and popped in for lunch & again the next day for an evening meal. It hasn't got the airs and graces of the other places in Mickleton, but does the basics well. 3 well kept real ales and a cider on hand-pull. The food is good value (1/2 the price of the other pub in the village), typical pub fare. If you want a decent pint and a meal in a traditional village pub, this place is fine.



Andy M Shavington


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