The Bateman Arms

The Bateman Arms
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The Bateman Arms was built c.1750 by Sir James Bateman (Lord Mayor Of London) as a building where his Estate workers would collect on pay day.  Over the years it became a staging post for weary Drovers to refresh themselves as they walked livestock from West Wales to  markets in Birmingham and London.
In keeping with The Bateman Arms’ rural heritage, the head chef  insists on sourcing as many locally-produced ingredients as possible for his homemade dishes. In so doing he presents a wide ranging menu of traditional fayre, that offers great taste and good value for guests.  The chefs take great care to ensure that every dish leaving the kitchen is the best it can be. 

We are dog friendly!

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10% off the bill with The Foodie Card.

Opening Hours

Monday to Tuesday: 12 noon-2 pm / 6 pm-11 pm

Wednesday to Saturday: 12 noon-3 pm / 5 pm-11 pm

Sunday: 12 noon-3 pm / 5 pm-10 pm

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