The Red Lion Blewbury is alive and well. All customers welcome to ‘sniff the whiff’ of summer ale and enjoy the sizzle of simple locally produced pub grub. Stay over for a sense of history and fun at The Red Lion.
In 1895 The Red Lion was described by Joseph Green as ”An Inn to accommodate commercials, cyclists with good stabling”
Without fuss and a few surprises, the food offering is tailored with local ingredients produced in a traditional style.
Enjoy some local banter over a pint of ‘boys’ foaming ale at the public bar. All dogs welcome in this garden setting.
Brimming with 250 years of nostalgic character this is the disarmingly charming village pub of a bygone era. Now undergoing a phased home grown revival with a big nod to the past and a new offering for the future.
In September a new cellar to house better selection of the finest ales, a refined menu of simple good quality traditional food, more garden bits and last but not least, an upgrade to the bedroom suites appropriately themed on ‘The Wind and The Willows’.
The Red Lion enjoys a rural village garden setting ideal for families and friends to reunite. Celebrate a wedding, a birthday or a corporate occasion in a tranquil setting. Hire a tea party tent or a marquee for a special private event.
Come and enjoy our open mic night and enjoy listening to local talent. This months ties in with the Boxing Day Walk
email@example.com to take part
Mon 27th December
Test your skill and learn a little of the differences and similarities of Old and New World wine.
Tickets available at £15 per ticket
Fri 3rd December
19:30 for canapés, start at 20:00
Back to the future!
Friday 31st December
As before, with their award winning boutique development at The Draycott in London, www.thedraycott.co.uk Annabel and John have joined forces to curate and revive this important feature of Blewbury village. Annabel as an Architect and artist, John as an accomplished pioneer and curator of Revival developments across central London. The ideal combo for breathing a new lease of life into this old established landmark village pub. With a hand picked team of locals, The Red Lion is alive and well and undergoing its own revival.