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A Traditional English Country Inn & Restaurant... The Vine Inn is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Clent Hills. A warm welcome awaits for all those who wish to visit a traditional English country pub that offers high quality dining in a relaxed environment. Our first class menu has been selected to offer a discerning mixture of traditional pub favourites and to specialise in fresh fish and game - our fish dishes constantly change on our specials board while our game pie and organic venison steaks (done in a variety of ways) are popular trademark dishes. The Vine Inn was first registered as the "Clatterback Water Mill" and what was once the old mill pond is now the garden with a decking
US$12 - US$23
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks, Brunch, After-hours
British, Bar, Pub
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
After a bracing walk with the dog and two kids we weren't all that hopeful of finding a dog friendly pub where we could eat. Upon entering we saw three or four well behaved dogs and owners so we brought ours in. Both the other...More
I’d not been to the Vine for some years & the last time I visited it was OK. A bit soulless but fine. Well it’s not ‘OK’ any more. It’s terrific! The decor is much the same but the food & service are really top...More
sunday lunch today in the restaurant. sat by roaring log fire so it was plenty warm enough!! 3 of us had the lamb, 1 had roast pork, pate to start and bread and butter pudding to finish off. it was very good and the staff...More
An unplanned Sunday lunch at real treat . The pub was buzzing, families, couples, dogs 🐶 and babies. All very homely. Could chose 2 or 3 course for a set price . See attached a few pictures. Would visit again and would recommend..
Chose this place for lunch purely from a brief internet search as we were going to be nearby on a trip from another part of the country. Much more stylish than we expected. A nice lounge bar area with comfy sofas, and a dining room...More
We were seated next to a roaring fire in the restaurant section of the pub. The staff were so attentive and relaxed which added to the ambience of this lovely old pub. Menu choices were good and we opted for the Hake from the specials...More
Used to visit this pub many years ago but have not been in recently. Thought we would try it based on the reviews and were not disappointed.
We had booked though the restaurant was quite empty so could have just turned up.
The service was...More
Visited recently with my Son. Haven't been here for several months as I don't now live in the area. Ordered off the lunchtime menu 'turkey & ham pie', it was very poor! Not a pie, I received a small ramekin with some veg in and...More
We booked a Christmas meal for nine people for the 23rd December and arrived just before 7pm and the place was buzzing. We were shown to our table and ordered drinks starting with a delicious warming mulled wine.All our food was delicious and the staff...More
Went for Christmas meal on a Sunday lunchtime with family. Good food, decent portions and value for money. The staff were a little busy and rushed. The tables were very close together so it wasn't very private and you had to push past people to...More