Great Western Arms - Blockley

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Great Western Arms in Blockley

Proprietor

Stephen and Amanda Aubrey.

Station Road
Blockley
Gloucestershire
GL56 9DT

T: +44 (0)1386 700362

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Features

Beer Garden, Cask Marque, Food Available, Games

Opening times

Monday 5-11pm ( No Food on Mondays )
Tues - Fri....... 11.30 - 2.30 / 5.30 - 11pm
Sat 11-11
Sun 12 - 10.30 . 

Pub dining times

Lunch Service  :
Tues 12-2.30
weds 12-2.30
thurs 12-2.30
fri 12-2.30
Sat 12-3
Sun 12 - 4.30

Dinner Service:
Mon: NO FOOD
Tues 6 - 9
Weds 6 - 9
Thurs 6 - 9
Fri 6 - 9.30
Sat 6 - 9.30
Sun  NO FOOD  

We are happy to cater for events and parties outside of these time by prior arrangement .

All food cooked from fresh  by Head chef Christophe le Saint, locally sourced produce and a wine list to accompany the menu .

About

The Great Western Arms is the 'local' of Blockley, a picturesque village nestled amongst the Cotswold Hills of northern Gloucestershire.

Fancy a pint, a cappuccino, an americano or even a freshly made cup of tea or a pint of Hooky beer? Well there is only one place in Blockley where you can get all four – the Great Western Arms.

The Pub has recently been extensively refurbished and now boasts 1st class facilities and comforts. The spacious lounge bar/restuarant retains its period 'feel' but has been re-furnished and decorated with great taste and care.

Walkers welcome

Walkers are welcome to leave vehicles in the pub's car park, and if they phone beforehand they can arrange for a meal to be ready for them when they return from their ramblings through some stunning nearby countryside. Pub games are a major feature - there are crib and darts teams, there are also quiz nights.

In the springtime and summer hanging baskets provide a stunning floral welcome to the pub and on a sunny day there cannot be many better places to relax than in the pub’s sun-trapping terrace.

We have a large patio area with five tables each seating upwards of four people. There is also an extensive barbeque area that is regularly pressed into service during special events like our annual beer festival and occasional charity events.