• The Vine Inn
  • The Vine Inn
  • The Vine Inn
  • The Vine Inn
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A Traditional English Country Inn & Restaurant...

The Vine Inn is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Clent Hills. A warm welcome awaits for all those who wish to visit a traditional English country pub that offers high quality dining in a relaxed environment. A wide variety of wines and ales and a tempting selection of ciders are available, ranging from local produced Hogans to Thatchers Traditional scrumpy.

 

Our first class menu has been selected to offer a discerning mixture of traditional pub favourites and to specialise in fresh fish and game - our fish dishes constantly change on our specials board while our game pie and organic venison steaks (done in a variety of ways) are popular trademark dishes. 


The Vine Inn was first registered as the “Clatterback Water Mill” and what was once the old mill pond is now the garden with a decking area built near to where the water wheel was housed. It was first used as an inn offering home brewed beer, bed and stabling in 1836.
 

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Our Menu

All dishes are prepared fresh on the premises using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.

Our chef also has an exciting and constantly changing specials board which includes fresh fish and game. From families and couples looking for that special treat to walkers looking for that tasty snack.


Don't forget to check out our specials board when you order!

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Walking in Clent The Clent and Walton Hills both rise over 1000 feet above the midland plain, giving breathtaking and beautiful views as far as the Cotswolds and Welsh boarders. Less than 8 miles from Birmingham city centre, their breezy summits and open spaces have attracted generations of West Midlands visitors. Today the national trust protects and cares around 440 acres for everyone to enjoy.

As you walk through "Horse’s Mane Woodland", you’ll pass lots of old beech ‘pollards’. These are 250 year old trees which were cut just above head height so that they sprouted a mass of branches low down, providing food for livestock. Today, they are home to insects, beetles and nesting birds.

THERE IS PLENTY TO DO AND SEE!

Reviews

See the excellent reviews on Tripadvisor of The Vine Inn in Clent

"Just like to say thankyou for yesterday's meal, which can be only be summed up as exceptional. I can say it is not only by far the best in Clent, but also the surrounding area. The vegetables were 'real', cooked perfectly, and there was plenty of them. The roast potatoes being particularly good - all things you don't see in the 'Food Pub of the Year' or others. Two big gravy boats - brilliant! Where else do you ever see that?" More...

"I would just like to say on behalf of the ladies of Clent WI who dined with you today, how very much we all enjoyed our lunch. The food was excellent and your discrete service made us feel very much at home, I am sure a number of us will want to dine with you again. I am so pleased that you are being such a success at The Vine. I have had so many people recommend you . All the very best for your future and thanks to you and all your team."

"We had a great evening at The Vine. The meal was good, the atmosphere was homely and the conversation interesting and driving home both Margaret and I arrived at the same thought - anyone who had The Vine as their local was very lucky indeed."

"Many thanks to all the staff at the Vine for making mom’s birthday perfect. Everyone realy enjoyed their visit to your pub and we intend to come again and again in the near future."

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