7 Limekiln Lane, EARLSWOOD, B94 6BU
In the charming rural setting of Earlswood, near Solihull, the Bull's Head was built in the 18th century to house navvies building the Stratford-upon-Avon canal. Rumoured to be haunted by the ghost of a lime kiln worker, it comprises a cluster of whitewashed cottages and became a pub in 1832. Popular with walkers, the pub is owned by the Daniel Thwaites Brewery and retains much of its original charm courtesy of log fires and a large sun terrace. Enjoy a glass of Lancaster Bomber as you choose from an extensive menu offering pizzas, deli boards, salads and chargrilled steaks.
M42 junct 4, A34 signed Birmingham & Solihull. Left signed Chiswick Green. Through Chiswick Green, straight on at x-roads into Vicarage Rd. Left at T-junct signed Earlswood. On right bend turn left into Salter St. Pub on left