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Fox & Hounds, Great Wolford, Warwickshire

 

 


 
The Fox & Hounds closed in 2016. A grade-II listed building.
 
From The Good Pub Guide 1983:
In spite of its wide reputation for good food, this old fashioned Cotswold stone inn has succeeded in keeping a warmly local  and almost homely atmosphere. Its single beamed bar has well-cushioned wall benches and a window seat, a couple of high-backed old settles and other comfortable armchairish seats around a nice collection of old tables, a large stone fireplace, some stripped stonework, some old hunting prints, and usually a lot of people tucking into large helpings of good country broth (95p), ploughmans or home made pate (1.25), steak and kidney pie (1.75), spaghetti bolognese or lasagne al forno (2.05) and curried chicken or prawns (2.50), neatley served by a friendly waitress. There is also a small separate dining-room with an a la carte menu (if you stay the night, dinner, bed and breakfast with any three courses from this menu is 18 a head). Well-kept Manns on handpump. The four bedrooms are in an attractively converted stableblock, and the breakfasts are good. A nice place to stay.
 

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