The Bulls Head Inkberrow – home of the Archers – is everything a traditional British pub should be. There’s always warm welcome, plenty of real ales, fine wines and delicious home-cooked food made with the best, locally sourced ingredients. This is historic inn that dates back to the 1500s and also offers luxury accommodation. The Bulls Head is right on Inkberrow High Street close to all the attractions this gorgeous part of Worcester has to offer. The food menu also features some internationally-inspired dishes that are perhaps a bit less common at pubs but still every bit as delicious, and from Monday to Saturday it’s 2-for-1 on selected mains. Sunday lunch is also well worth the trip – and kids under 12 eat for free – what’s not to love about that? So, for delicious food and a truly wonderful experience, head to The Bulls Head Inkberrow with an advanced reservation – you’ll be glad you did.
Dear diners, please note that rooms are also available for overnight stays.
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Relaxed and warm environment with friendly service - Sunday Lunch ticked all the boxes 👍
We both had pork belly Sunday dinner was very nice and good Value as always. Service was good and staff very polite
Just what the belly wanted with extra Sunday Yorkshire’s and good beer 👍
The Bulls Head Inkberrow is one of those pubs that makes you feel at home right away. You walk in, the welcome is warm, the beer is cheap and the kitchen is there ready to cook you up some homemade pub food. The Bulls Head is, without any shadow of doubt, about as classic a British pub as you could wish to find. As such, we love it as much as the Inkberrow locals do and indeed the folk from nearby parts of Worcester who travel to enjoy it. From the bar you can expect real ales, fine wines and plenty of spirits.
If a group of you are eating at The Bulls Head Inkberrow then consider a sharing board to begin. The seafood platter is exactly what it says on the tin and makes an excellent and refreshing start to any pub meal. For regular starters, we enjoyed the ham hock terrine and the baked goats cheese. The Bulls Head wouldn’t be the pub of Inkberrow if main courses weren’t damn good as well, both in terms of quality and of value. So, almost all the mains are 2-for-1 from Monday until Saturday and you can get involved with options like roasted lamb rump, belly of pork, steak & ale pie and, of course, fish and chips. We really can’t recommend The Bulls Head Inkberrow enough. Reserve a table now.