The Lyttelton Arms is a stylish, modern pub, bar and restaurant offering a prime setting in which to indulge, drink, and socialise, no matter what the occasion.
This stylish contemporary pub provides an impressive selection of fine pub food, beers, wines and real ales, all year round.
With its beautiful interiors bursting with character, and its spacious outdoor area, The Lyttelton Arms is the perfect place to enjoy a quiet drink with friends, a light lunch with a co-worker, or a relaxed al fresco dinner during the warm summer months.
All of our seasonal menus have been carefully designed to provide something for every taste and every occasion - from light bites, and traditional mains, through to sharing platters, sides, and tempting desserts, our superb selection of freshly made dishes are prepared by our expert chefs, using only the finest ingredients.
We also have a spacious patio for outdoor dining and al fresco drinks in the sunshine.
Located in the quaint village of Hagley, The Lyttelton Arms is widely accessible by road, on foot, or via public transport.
Situated on the A456 Birmingham to Kidderminster road, the village can be reached via the A491 B417 from Stourbridge and the Black Country.
Hagley is served by its own railway station, which sits on the Kidderminster to Birmingham line. The Lyttelton Arms is just a four-minute drive from Hagley railway station.
The Lyttelton Arms is located in the small village of Hagley, close to the larger town of Stourbridge. There are plenty of attractions in the area, which can be enjoyed before or after your visit to The Lyttelton Arms.
The largest town in the borough of Dudley, Stourbridge is famous for its glass industry as well as the Stourbridge Lion locomotive, which became the first train to run in the USA in 1829.
If you’re looking to soak up some fresh air and stunning views, there are a whole host of countryside walks in the area, taking in villages such as Kinver, Churchill, Belbroughton, and Clent. You can also enjoy peaceful walks and bike rides allowing the Stourbridge Canal, whilst the Clent Hills and Kinver Edge offer the perfect spot for hiking, cycling, and picnicking.
Other attractions in the surrounding area include the Dudley Zoological Gardens, and the cosmopolitan city of Birmingham is just 13 miles away.