Wentworth ArmsStation Road
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This listing shows the information prior to the Covid-19 lockdown on 20 March 2020. Now that restrictions have been lifted, please be aware that opening hours and pub details may not be accurate. Please use the email link at the bottom of this listing to let the local branch know of any changes. The Wentworth Arms is a traditional style village pub that dates back to 1896. It was built by the Earls of Leicester and designed by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey for Lord Lovelace and is now a grade 2 listed building. Refurbished October 2019. Food available all day. Large garden and patio with tables, some tables also at the front of the pub. Board games available from the bar, also Table Skittles. 5 beers - Greene King IPA, Abbot and 3 guests. Disabled access: level from car park/garden entrance. One seating area has a step. Disabled toilet.