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Windsor Castle Inn


Craft Beer and Spirits-Gastro Food Pub Home to Printworks Brewery, Dr Hardwicke's Gin and Cocktail Bar plus 4*Bed and Breakfast


Book now for Christmas


Hire our private room for your Christmas gatherings Enjoy our Gin Tasting and Gin Masterclasses Now running Brewery Tour and Beer masterclasses- the perfect Christmas gift ideas!


Sadler’s Tap House, The Windsor Castle Inn, 7 Stourbridge Road, Lye, Stourbridge, West Midlands. DY9 7DG. www.windsorcastleinn.co.uk


Tel: 01384 897 809 e bookings@sadlerstaphouse.co.uk Windsor Castle Inn


A privately owned, independent country pub serving delicious food from a fresh seasonal menu, including a wide choice of gluten free options...


thewindsorcastleinn


Bear The


Ragged Staff Opening Hours:


Mon – Sat: Lunch 12.00am – 2.00pm & Evenings from 6.00pm


Sun: Lunch 12.00pm – 2.30pm Closed Sunday Evening


• Fresh Produce –


locally sourced where possible • Some Produce Home-Grown • Sunday Lunch – choice of 2 roasts • 2 Real Ales On Tap • Good disabled access • Weddings & Parties


• Food allergy and intolerance aware Book Now for Christmas and New Year The Bear & Ragged Staff Station Road, Bransford, Worcester. WR6 5JH T: 01886 833399 W: www.bearatbransford.co.uk Twitter: @bearraggedstaff F: @bearandragged LIVE24-SEVEN.COM &


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