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Red Lion
Cricklade
Wiltshire
United Kingdom

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Red Lion
Address 74 High Street
Cricklade
Wiltshire
SN6 6DD
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Phone 01793 750776
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About Red Lion

The Red Lion Inn is situated just off the Thames path as it passes through historic Cricklade. The pub dates back to the early 1600s and there are still many historic features playing a part in creating the perfect British pub atmosphere. The Red Lion combines contemporary features in its stand alone restaurant with all the things that make pubs so much of an institution.

Roaring log fires, historic bric-a-brac, 9 real ales and ciders, unique guest lagers and beers from around the world, a fabulous pub garden and a warm welcome. These are all parts of what makes the pub so special. With the steady decline of the classic British pub the Red Lion stands out as one of a few true free houses, you only need to look at our daily changing list of beers to see this.

Food and eating out are very much a part of our society now and the Red Lion offers something for everyone from classic pub food to modern British dishes. Whether you are looking for a casual relaxed meal in the surrounds of a buzzing atmospheric pub or something a little more elegant in the adjoining restaurant we can cater for you.

If you are weary after a long walk along the Thames path or just fancy a night away in warm and friendly surroundings we have 5 fantastic, newly decorated bedrooms available. Don't hesitate to contact us.
Red Lion, Cricklade, Wiltshire, UK
 

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Female age 16-29 from London
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My memories of great food from my last visit proved to be accurate. All dishes on the menu are relatively simple, relying on traditional British food. Not over-seasoned, and it's very clear from the taste that everything is local and fresh.

The bar with its excellent selection of real ales is a joy, and they can all be sampled before buying a whole glass - you just have to ask!

The staff were all obliging and friendly, leaving us with a good feeling, and glad that we went back.
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