Sometimes nothing beats heading to a pub or bar to have a drink or some grub.

In that spirit, Worcester News readers have taken to Facebook to reveal their personal favourite village pub, which can offer more than just an alcoholic beverage to visitors.

The Camp House Inn at Grimley came up frequently, with patrons praising the riverside pub's location, staff, and atmosphere.



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Maddy Hulme said: "It's gotta be the Camp at Grimley.

"Great Location, great people, great pub. End of."

Agreeing with her, Kelvin Morrison described the pub as "England at its finest".

Chris Hunt favours the Three Nuns in Powick, which he says serves the "best Sunday lunch around".

A nice atmosphere combined with diverse food options were decisive factors for many readers, with Karen Watkins recommending The New Inn at Shrawley, describing it as a "friendly little pub" with "fab owners, nice food, amazing cheese and onion cobs", before adding that the pub "makes you feel so welcome".

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Other popular pubs amongst readers include The Bell Inn at Lower Broadheath, favoured by Julie Freeman, Geraldine Davies, and Aidan Upton while The Mug House in Claines was mentioned by Karen Lock-obrey, Anthony Hopkinson, and Alan Andrews.

The Rose and Crown in Severn Stoke received a couple of endorsements, as did Lulsley's Fox and Hounds.

The Royal Oak in quaint Leigh Sinton is a favourite of Alan J Taylor's, while The Oak in Upton Snodsbury was suggested by Howard Nicholls.