The Rose And Crown

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Bradford Abbas

The Rose And Crown, Bradford Abbas

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The Rose and Crown is a friendly and cosy 17th Pub in the charming village of Bradford Abbas run by the sensational and charismatic landlady Mary Ashby. We have a good selection of Ales draft beers ciders and wines from Marston s Brewery. Our two wonderful chefs Arran Gosney and Jacob Kahan have a great selection of food to tickle anyone s taste buds.

We also have our mouth watering Sunday carvery all locally sourced meat and vegetables however to avoid disappointment please book a table. We have two newly furbished letting rooms available one double and one twin. We have free WIFI and pets are also welcome as long as the owner is on the lead! Please note that we do have live music/bands on alternative Saturday nights.

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