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Villiers Arms

5 Villiers Square
Bilston
WV14 6QN

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About the Pub

An interwar pub built in 1926 under plans by architect Hutchings for Butlers brewery this splendid pub is locally listed. It stands on one side of Villiers Square in the centre of a housing estate and enhances the area. It offers a bar and lounge area at the front now opened out into one room, a function room to the rear together with a beer garden. It has its own car park at the front of the pub. In 2009 it was purchased from Enterprise Inns after a period of closure by local man John Denston and is operated as a free house. The pub was refurbished and the upstairs rooms converted into hotel accommodation. While real ale was installed when the pub was re-launched it has proved difficult to convert its local customers to drink it and as such sometimes real ale may not be available.

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Villiers Arms, Bilston

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Villiers Arms

5 Villiers Square
Bilston
WV14 6QN

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52.571582, -2.079498

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