The Bulls Head
Over 400 years of hospitality
A historic pub sitting on a beautiful green in the sleepy village of Pratts Bottom. The Bulls Head has stood on its current site for roughly 400 years, so was perfectly placed to take advantage of passing trade.
The stagecoaches were a unique selling point but also had negative consequences, as the village soon became the haunt of smugglers and highwaymen. It is even rumoured amongst locals that the infamous highwayman Dick Turpin frequented the "Bull’s Head Inn" until he was caught horse stealing in 1739 and hanged for his crime.
Now the highwaymen are gone you can expect a warm, friendly welcome with great beers, wines, spirits & traditional pub food.
Overall the food was good but the vegetables were rather overcooked and the beef was very chewy. Service was good and friendly. If these issues are addressed I would happily recommend The Bulls Head to friends.
lovely food, friendly staff and great surroundings. Thank you
The staff were very friendly and welcoming. The food was good and the portions very generous. Main course could have been a bit hotter but no-one else commented, so maybe just me!
Very enjoyable Sunday Roast. Well kept range of ales. Staff were very friendly and chatty.
Our food was amazing, beautifully cooked meat and all the extras you could ask for- my only ‘complaint’ would be there was so much we simply couldn’t finish it.
My fussy son was well catered for and nothing was too much trouble. Our waitress was very friendly and bubbly and went above and beyond to make our visit a good one.
The bar had an inviting and friendly atmosphere and we were welcomed promptly upon arrival.
Very big thumbs up to Clare and her team!