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Full Postal AddressPlaisterers Arms, Abbey Terrace, Winchcombe, CHELTENHAM, GL54 5LL [Map]
Telephone Number01242 602358Pub's Own Website 
Opening Times11-23 MO-SA; 12-15, 19-22.30 SU (not certain on times)
FacilitiesAccommodation, Evening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals, Quiet Bar

Me outside the pub in December 1996

You should have no problems in finding this 18th Century pub as it is on the main B4632 which runs right through the middle of Winchcombe past the pub. Quite a large multi-level pub with 2 bars. Ideal stop off point for a large group. Went there once with 44 on a cold December afternoon and they hardly batted an eyelid. Quick, friendly service and very good beer, some of it brewed in Winchcombe itself. The local brewery is called Goffs and two of their beers are usually on offer; Jouster (abv 4%), a fruity and malty tawny-coloured award winning beer, and White Knight (abv 4.7%), a paler and stronger premium bitter. A good pub for food as although the choice isn't enormous the food is cooked fresh and they've some good specials. I've been here for lunch on a couple of occasions and sat in the lower dining area at the back of the pub.

They offer reasonably priced accommodation at the pub though I've not stayed here myself.

Anyone out there visited here recently. If you have, please can you E-mail me and tell me what you thought of the pub?

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