The Crowfield Rose is our nearest pub and is walkable from Woodfarm Barns.
The week I started work on the renovations here in 2009, I went round for a lunchtime pint with my builder. We just happened to go in on the day they were closing! Doh! Well, after being closed for ten years, they are now back with a bang!
Earlier in 2019 I’d heard it was re-opening, which was obviously great news as it is walkable from Woodfarm Barns. Once it had opened I popped in for a pint and met the landlord, Glen Hughes. Glen is a thoroughly nice chap and the pub had a nice atmosphere to it.
The old interior has been completely ripped-out and the pub has been refurbished inside and out.
There are four lines for Real Ales and there may also be guest ales. There’s a separate restaurant area, as well as the bar, and a nice outside drinking area.
It is Glen, and his wife Caroline’s first foray into the world of being publicans, though Caroline’s background is in catering locally. The Crowfield Rose is a nice pub nearby, with a good range of food and drink, so well worth a stroll or a short drive whilst you’re with us. Dogs welcome in the bar and in the garden of course, but this is reliant on the Great British weather.
Closed Monday & Tuesday, their opening hours are;
The Crowfield Rose