Robin Hood Inn Monmouth
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The Robin Hood sits on the main shopping high street in the historical border town of Monmouth. The pub is 500 years old and is full of character, comprising of two bar areas, a rear patio beer garden and a barn restaurant to the rear of the property. Monmouth is a bustling market town off the main trunk road between the West Midlands and South Wales and has great access to both Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff, yet also has the Forest of Dean and the beautiful Wye Valley on its doorstep. The town of 10,500 residents has a Waitrose and M&S within yards of the pub and a large municipal carpark and bus stop across the road. The pub is perfectly located to meet the needs of residents, shoppers and tourists looking to relax in a traditional pub.
The Robin Hood is over 500 years old which is reflected within the three trading areas, all of which add a cosy but medieval feel to the pub. Each area seats around 20 covers with the main bar being the initial point of contact. With a low hanging roof built from large wooden beams and stone walling, it certainly feels like you have stepped back in time here. The central bar serves two seating areas that run adjacent to one another, both full of traditional fixtures and fittings that you’d expect from a pub of its age. One is designed with dining in mind and the other set up for a more social drinking zone. To the rear of the pub is a small barn used for extra dining or as a function room that can be used for entertainment. The space can hold an additional 20 to 24 dining covers if needed. The trade kitchen is fully equipped to deliver a traditional pub menu.
A patio beer garden can be found at the back of the pub and comes prepared with 10 picnic tables able to seat 40 covers. For families, a play area has been erected to keep the children entertained whilst their parents relax in the sun. The small car park is equipped to hold no more than three to four vehicles.