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Malt Shovel, Gaydon

PostPosted: Thu 8 May 2008 10:35 am
by Bruce Everiss
Malt Shovel Church Road, Gaydon Tel:01926 641221

Website: http://www.maltshovelgaydon.co.uk/

"Hello and welcome to the Malt Shovel Inn website.

The Malt Shovel Inn is situated conveniently off J12 of the M40 – we are only two minutes from the slip road – making us the perfect break in your journey, a place to stop for a business lunch, or just a great pub to come for some home cooked food and welcoming atmosphere.

We are between Stratford, Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa and Banbury. Why not visit the South Warwickshire Tourist Board to see what’s available to you in the area? Click here for further information. Just up the road from us is the Heritage Motor Centre, which is well worth a visit throughout the year whether it is classical cars or go karts you are after.

You can get a drink, snack or three-course meal at lunchtime or in the evening, seven days a week. We have a non-smoking restaurant, a welcoming bar, and a unique ‘stage’ area where you can relax on a comfy sofa below a stained glass window. Be warned, you won’t want to leave!

We can cater for a wide-range of people and palates from coach parties to breakfasts on the way to the races: anything from finger buffets to six course gourmet meals. If you are planning an event, give us a ring on 01926 641221 or email us."

Re: Malt Shovel, Gaydon

PostPosted: Sat 5 Jul 2008 10:13 pm
by Bruce Everiss

Re: Malt Shovel, Gaydon

PostPosted: Thu 22 Dec 2011 10:47 am
by Kaleb
The Malt Shovel Inn is situated conveniently off J12 of the M40 – we are only two minutes from the slip road – making us the perfect break in your journey, a place to stop for a business lunch, or just a great pub to come for some home cooked food and welcoming atmosphere.
You can get a drink and Choose from 5 real ales, eat a snack or three-course meal at lunchtime or in the evening, seven days a week. We have a restaurant, a welcoming bar, and a unique ‘stage’ area where you can relax on a comfy sofa below a stained glass window. Be warned, you won’t want to leave!

We are between Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick, Royal Leamington Spa and Banbury. Why not visit the South Warwickshire Tourist Board to see what’s available to you in the area? Just up the road from us is the Heritage Motor Centre, which is well worth a visit throughout the year whether it is classical cars or go karts you are after.

The cheery licensees at this spotlessly kept and friendly pub serve particularly well kept Fullers London Pride, Greene King Abbot, Everards Tiger, Wadworths 6X, Wye Valley and possibly a guest such as Black Sheep, and most of their dozen or so wines are available by the glass. Mahogany-varnished boards through to bright carpeting link the entrance with the bar counter and its lined-up stools on the right and the blazing log fire on the left. The central area has a high-pitched ceiling, milk churns and earthenware containers in a loft above the bar. Three steps take you up to a little space with some comfortable sofas overlooked by a big stained-glass window and reproductions of classic posters. Dining is as important here as the beer, and at the other end is a busy eating area with fresh flowers on the mix of kitchen, pub and dining tables; piped music, darts and games machine. They will keep your credit card if you run a tab outside. The springer spaniel is called Rosie and the jack russell is Mollie.