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This is a great pub, well kept beers & ciders, and some fabulous home made cooked dishes, all helps to visit a Cotswold village pub. Rumour has it, that it was once visited by John Shakespeare and his lad, purchasing wool from local farmers.
We visited the Red Lion this evening with our 2 children and my mum.
The pub is very traditional and the staff are lovely.
Although there were some limitations on the food due to an upcoming change with the menu, there was still a wide...More
We asked a friend, where could we take very elderly parents for traditional home cooked pub food... she recommended The Red Lion at Ilmington near Stratford-upon-Avon.
Well what a recommendation, the pub was great, landlord and owner Andy was on hand to serve great Hook...More
A nice place for an evening drink and more of a 'locals' pub then the nearby Howard Arms but don't let that put you off. We had a very warm and pleasant welcome and a nice evening drink. The food menu is more various types...More
This country pub has recently changed hands and should remove the previous reviews. The pub has been given a make over. They do not serve traditional pub food but a selection of English tapas. They have never offered accommodation so this may be a mix...More