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A traditional pub serving an ever changing range of up to 12 real ales featuring beers from Oakham Ales, Grainstore Brewery and many other micro breweries. It is not just about the ales as you can enjoy a glass of fine wine from our independent wine...more
Not been to Rugby for a few years but decided to visit on a nice sunny day. The Seven Stars was just as fresh and clean as I remember it years ago. Beer was excellent as was the service from the lady who was probably...More
Thank Nigel B
Lisa J, Owner at Seven Stars, responded to this reviewResponded 24 May 2018
Many thanks, Nigel, for taking the time to review us. We are glad you enjoyed your visit. We pride ourselves on our cleanliness and beer quality so much appreciate that you thought these were good.
Been in here a few times now. Watched the 6 nations England games here. Half time sandwiches come out to help yourself to. Kids board games available to keep them quiet. Just been voted best pub in Rugby. It is.
There's a method in my madness. The car needed a could of tyres and as the best and cheapest places for Tues in Rugby is BT Tyres I thought... I know I'll pop into the seven stars for a shandy while I wait.
A cracking pub with a good range of well kept beers from a variety of brewers. The landlord was very welcoming and knowledgeable. The home made pork pie was a great accompaniment to the beer. The interesting collection of signed Rugby shirts was a bonus....More
Although a little of the beaten track, well worth seeking out for a pleasant welcome and a good range of real ales. Unusually shaped, there are in fact two bars, so it's worth having a wander to peruse the full range of real ales and...More
A proper pub, well kept ale, friendly knowledgeable management and staff. Great atmosphere too. I don't think there are many other places I'd have travelled forty miles (one hour drive of two hour train) for a beer at New Years Eve.
The Scotch Eggs are...More