The Rag Country Inn at Rawnsley, Cannock Chase Staffordshire
On behalf of Michael and Stephanie Benniston, and all the team, we would like to invite you to browse The Rag Country Inn website.
Nestling on the edge of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, The Rag Country Inn offers an excellent base for walkers, mountain bikers and visitors to this area of outstanding natural beauty.
Set in approximately three acres of grounds, The Rag boasts a bowling green, large garden area, ample car parking, and garage facilities for mountain bikes.
Easily accessible, The Rag is close to all major road networks, the Northern Relief Road is just five minutes away, with easy access to the NEC and Birmingham Airport. Click here to view a map of our location.
We are just a 10 minute drive from the Cathedral City of Lichfield, the birthplace of Samuel Johnson. Also close by is Beaudesert Golf Club, which has a challenging 18 hole championship course used for British Open qualifying rounds for many years.
Twenty minutes away is Drayton Manor Park and Zoo, and a 45 minute drive takes you to Alton Towers, the Midlands’ premier amusement park.
Whether you wish to visit for lunch, an evening meal or you would like to stay in one of our tastefully furnished En Suite rooms, you and your guests will be assured of a warm welcome – a relaxed, friendly atmosphere full of style and comfort awaits!
MONDAY TO SATURDAY
Bar – 12pm to 11pm
Bar Meals – 12 – 1.45 pm & 6 – 8.30 pm
Restaurant – 12 – 2. pm & 6.30 – 9 pm
Bar – 12. – 10.30 pm
Bar Meals – 12 – 2.30 pm
Restaurant – 12. – 3 pm
The Rag Country Inn
Staffordshire. WS12 0QD
T: 01543 277491
Pie Night tonight. You know what to do - just choose a pie from the blackboard in the bar, add a drink, part with £7.50 and enjoy!
We'll see you later!
This week's 2 for £30 menu - we've still got some tables available but please book to avoid disappointment
Two people any two courses plus a bottle of house wine for £30. Monday to Thursday evenings only. Not to be used with any other offers. Booking recommended to avoid disappointment.
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