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 Nags Head, Malvern, Worcestershire

 

Nags Head
Bank St
Malvern
Worcestershire
WR14 2JG

Contact:Unknown
Tel: 01684 574373
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johnathon reese
quality friendly and cosy
the staff are great but have seen a great few leave over the past year or so.
nevertheless, excellent beers, great atmosphere
highly recommended
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Rating: rosettes

Alan Rodgers
Consistency in excellence
Having visited the Nags head at least weekly for the last 3 years, it continues to amaze me how they can sustain excellent service across the bar and in the restaurant for such a period. The choice of beers and quality of food is often referred to positvely, but what about the time it takes to get served?? I cannot remember having to wait any longer than seconds for my pint, even when they are busy. Keep it up Nags!!!1
Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Rating: rosettes

Tony Jennings
It's still good.
It's still good; excellent range of beers and good food. I recommend it to all my friends out of county and they buy drinks for me there !

As nothing is really important, go to the Nag's Head to find the 'essential' English pub; you owe it to yourself; it's your heritage.
Friday, October 13, 2006
Rating: rosettes

O Smith
Very Disappointing
I frequented the Nags Head for several years before spending a year overseas; on my return earlier this year, one of the things I was most looking forward to was a night in the Nags with my friends. Whilst the Shropshire Lad was as good as I remembered, the pub was much quieter than it used to be on Saturday nights and had lost some of its lively and friendly atmosphere.

At the end of the night, the new manager swanned over to our group and rather curtly asked us to drink up and leave. She did enquire as whether we'd had a good evening, but in an offhand manner. We said that it was much quieter, and not as good as it used to be. After she tried to negate our comments with her claims that takings were up 25% year-on-year, the discussion became increasingly unpleasant and I departed feeling an otherwise pleasant evening had been spoiled by one self-obsessed individual.

I won't be going back until I hear of a change of management, and therefore sadly can't recommend this pub to anyone at the moment.
Thursday, October 5, 2006
Rating: rosettes

Mr keane
Great pub, Great food
I have recentley visited The Nags Head, after reading an article in the local newspaper and i must say the artical was true to it's word.
Upon my arrival i was greated by a very polite young man, when i asked about the real ales i was offered a fantastic choice and asked if i would like to taste any (great touch).
I wondered down to the restaurant to have a look at the menu for future reference and again found very friendly staff.
I have since returned on a number of occassions and had a fantastic meal,
What a find, great beer, fantastic food, excellent service.

Wednesday, October 4, 2006
Rating: rosettes

D Cooney
Congratulations!!!
I visited The Nag's Head on Thursday when they were celebrating their triumph, for winning best town pub of the year! The pound a pint went down a treat, along with some snacks which went on the bar very nice touch! This pub has a great atmosphere and I will definately be returning! Congratulations to the management and all the staff. Carry on doing what you're doing!!!
Saturday, September 30, 2006
Rating: rosettes

F. Casey
Nags is still great
I frequent the Nags at least twice a week, yes there has been a managment change, some do not take to change easily I myself had my reservations, but very happy that the new management has fitted so well into the Nags, the beer food & atmosphere is excellent. Very happy they now take reservations for meals.
Thursday, September 7, 2006
Rating: rosettes

c.brooke
Brilliant, original ,quirky pub
As recommended in 'The Times' newspaper the Nags Head is a traditional, quirky and original pub. The gardens are beautiful the food is great and the staff are lovely. It has a fantastic range of real ales some of which change every day. It supports small local independent breweries.So if you are fed up with 'corporate' pubs give it a try. Life is too short to waste time in boring pubs.
Monday, August 28, 2006
Rating: rosettes

R Watts
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Very disappointed, having travelled some 15 miles to try a pint of Doombar, recommended by a previous message they didn't have it so I had to have local ale that I can get everywhere and anywhere.
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Rating: rosettes

David Emmins
A proper pub.
The scenery surrounding Malvern is absolutely breath taking and The Nags Head is equally impressive. The food was excellent and the pub has really good selection of real ales. Some local and others like Sharp's Doombar from Cornwall made up an impressive range. The pint of Doombar was in wonderful condition and was the icing on the cake.
Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Rating: rosettes

Tony Jennings
Good pub in good location

Food - good value for money.

Good range of beers; what a 'free house' should be.

Friendly welcome
Thursday, January 12, 2006
Rating: rosettes

Bob Farmer
Nags Head
Great Pub, good beer, good food, beautiful suroundings, friendly people, what more could you want.
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
Rating: rosettes

David Evans
Excellent food and beer.
Quality pub - terrific range of real ales all in excellent condition. Staff were friendly and always efficient.
Sunday, October 30, 2005
Rating: rosettes

Bren Clarke
Good beer and very friendly
Nice atmosphere, friendly bar staff and very good food.
Tuesday, October 25, 2005
Rating: rosettes

Susan McBain
Fantastic Food
We went for a sat night dinner on the recommendation of the Tourist Office, and it was absolutly fantastic. I had the 12 ounce organic fillet steak which was sublime - best steak I have ever tasted. Great to see that they can provide organic/local food at very reasonable prices.
Monday, October 24, 2005
Rating: rosettes

Andy
Real Ales
The Nags Head is a haven for real ales where you are spoiled for choice. The pub has a nice outdoor area for summer evenings in pleasant surroundings on Malvern Link Common.
Saturday, May 10, 2003
Rating: rosettes

brian e henderson
do you know the whereobouts of Steve Waddoups
as above
Wednesday, April 23, 2003
Rating: rosettes

William Shakespeare
Nice atmosphere good beer
Gave me plenty of atmosphere to write my stories.
Thursday, January 23, 2003
Rating: rosettes

Niklas Nordqvist
Nice located in Malvern, whit a great atmoshpere
Kool place
Wednesday, October 23, 2002
Rating: rosettes

 
 
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Nags Head
Bank St
Malvern
Worcestershire
WR14 2JG

Contact:Unknown
Tel: 01684 574373
See Map

 



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