Pub license turned in, petition to change to residential use granted. Look down the road to the Mechanical Music Museum which is now a pub ... and worth going to.
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This is the best pub I have ever been to. I went to meet a friend one time for a quick drink and we ended up staying until the pub closed. The staff are really, really lovely, nothing is ever too much hassle, lovely drinks...More
On our way back from London we decided to stop off here for some food. The pub was quiet with a few, very friendly, locals. We ordered food which was good, traditional pub grub cooked well. It had the feeling of a really great local...More
Love this pub! Not surprised that it has Cask Marque accreditation. There are always a good range of cask ales on offer and the atmosphere is fab! I would recommend to anyone who loves their beer as much as I do!
We arranged to meet friends at The Red Lion , Northleach for lunch today. It was a cold June day and we were keen to get indoors in the warm. The entrance to the Red Lion was locked. We'd tried the door and the rattle...More
We visited Northleach to see the Museum of Mechanical Music which I will review seperatly, but can thoroughly recommend. In addition, there is the Historic Wool Church which is equally beautiful and contains many brasses of interest. We visited the Red Lion Inn initially for...More
What looks like a wonderful traditional village pub on the outside becomes a drab uninviting cold room with a few hard chairs and tables. Even the open fire was depressed! A few locals were at the bar but apart from the four of us there...More
We did not eat here as it was the wrong time of day but we were really charmed by the lovely landlady who made us feel so welcome - chilly day and an open fire added to the relaxing atmosphere - will go back for...More
A real pub run by real people. Great fires when it's cold. Beer properly looked after. And a great open mic night (2nd Thursday of every month). Looking forward to heading back and trying the food.
Passing through Northleach, I thought Id pop in for a swift pint. I had such a warm welcome. I wonderd in to a lovely warm bar with a roaring fire, i mentioned i was peckish and soonly had a lovely ham sandwich in front of...More