Cheery Tree

Review

The Cherry Tree is a traditional village pub set in the picturesque village of Catthorpe, a few minutes’ drive from J19 of the M1. On the day of our visit it hadn’t as yet opened so we were unable to sample any of the Real Ales on offer, though we were informed that Phil and Sue normally have a selection of guest ales to choose from. The pub is CAMRA listed and won the Rugby Summer Pub of the Year 2010 and is also included in the Good Beer Guide.

Food is available at affordable prices and there is a covered patio area at the rear, as well as a garden, which overlooks the River Avon to the South. Small groups and parties can be catered for including during the afternoons when the pub is normally closed.

Quick Overview

Pub Name:
The Cherry Tree
Location:
Main Street
Catthorpe LE17 6DB
Managers:
Phil & Sue Cartwright
Tel: 01788 860430 Web Site:
www.cherrytree-pub.co.uk
Car Park: Yes
Free House/Real Ale: Yes/Yes CAMRA Listed: Yes Beer Garden: Yes
Family Friendly: Yes Children’s Area:
No
Dogs Allowed:
n/k
Serves Food: Yes Separate Eating Area: Yes Prices: Reasonable
Interior Decor:
Country
Live Entertainment:
n/k
Other Amenities:
Pool, Skittles

Photos

The Cherry Tree in Catthorpe

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