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The Green / Weston / Stafford ST18 0JH

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      28.08.2012 09:44
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      Def worth a visit!

      We live right by Weston so it is of no surprise that we spend a lot of time here at the Woolpack. You can find this pub here:

      The Green, Weston, Staffordshire, ST18 0JH.

      Now Weston itself is a lovely little village in Staffordshire. It has a huge green running right through across the main road through the village. On the green is the Woolpack so as you can imagine on a lovely warm day it is great to take the kids to and let them run around on the green, there is even a park for them to go to.

      The Woolpack looks extremely charming and exactly like the picture here on dooyoo. It is on two levels so was obviously two houses at one point and the left side has beautiful pitched dormer windows. It looks like an inviting country pub.

      There is a decent sized car park at the back but if you get stuck you can always park by the green as there is always somewhere to go. Now there are tables at the front of the Woolpack with parasols but I prefer to go into the beer garden which has beautiful blossom trees everywhere if you go in the spring/summer season. It is so quiet sitting there that it is our pub of choice on a sunny day.

      Inside it looks extremely traditional with the patterned carpets, small little snugs where you can sit and the windows with diamonds on them. It is quite dark but it just adds to the cozy feel to the place. The chairs are wooden but extremely comfortable and the best seat I think is opposite the bar when you walk in as it is a huge window seat which Lottie loves to look out of. Yes this is a child friendly pub too!!!

      Now the food is your typical pub grub. I always tend to go for Gammon but last time I had a chicken burger which was yummy. They also do 2 meals for £10 so it is worth looking at that menu. Im not going to tell you its the most amazing food ever but it is pub grub and as long as that is what you expect you wont be disappointed.

      The bar is pretty well stocked and I haven't requested anything yet that they haven't been able to fulfil. The prices there are quite average. Our meal with drinks and puddings came to just under £30 which I think is not too bad.

      In conclusion though I think the Woolpack has a great friendly atmosphere. The beer garden is perfect, the setting is perfect and the indoors are just traditional and cozy. The staff have always been friendly and helpful to me which is all you can ask for and I think if you work with such nice surroundings then why wouldn't you be lovely.

      If you want somewhere you are guaranteed nice food and a nice atmosphere too then you can't go wrong with the Woolpack.

      Kate.

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