The Butchers Arms
Our 16th century Public House is situated on Lime Street in the parish of Eldersfield near Gloucester.
The Butchers Arms is first and foremost a rural pub, where the bar is the hub of life, with low ceilings, wooden floors, roaring fires and real ale served straight from the cask.
As a free-house we are able to offer a daily changing real Ale served straight from the cask. These have recently included: Wye Valley Butty Bach, Dorothy Goodbody, Timothy Taylors Landlord, St. Austells Tribute and Wickwar Bob, just to name a few.
Being a small pub we shall only serve one barrel at a time this is to ensure your Ale is served as fresh as can be.
Although we serve great food we are very much a pub and at times the noise levels can rise. Please bear this in mind when booking.
Due to the nature of us being a real drinking pub it is not always a suitable environment for children, therefore children under 10 are not permitted in the pub.
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