if you’re the cheap and cheerful type, then you have definitely been to a Wetherspoons, here’s our essential guide to the best and worst Worcester has to offer if you’re heading out this weekend from the village.

Whether you go to enjoy a full English or a cheap pint, the pub tends to always deliver on price. But how does your local Spoons rank in comparison to the rest in the county? 

To find out, we ranked all the Spoons pubs in Worcestershire by their scores on Tripadvisor.

When the scores were the same, we ranked the pubs by the percentage of reviews that were in the ‘Excellent’ category to come up with an average score.

Here are all the Wetherspoons pubs across Worcestershire ranked from best to worst, according to Tripadvisor.

1. The Foley Arms Hotel

Where: Worcester Road, Great Malvern 

Tripadvisor score: 4.0 (from 1,018 reviews)

‘Excellent’ reviews: 394 (38.7% of all reviews)

Coming in on top is The Foley Arms Hotel in Malvern which has been a staple watering hole in the town for over 200 years.

One reviewer wrote: “All staff were lovely, friendly and helpful.

“There were seven of us staying here for the evening all our rooms were large and comfortable. The showers were great.

“Bed very comfortable. Food was OK Weatherspoons food.”

2. George Hotel

Where: Load Street, Bewdley 

Tripadvisor score: 4  (from 574 reviews)

‘Excellent’ reviews: 200 (34.8% of all reviews)

The George Hotel in Bewdley is a restaurant and a hotel all in one.

One person went to Tripadvisor to say: “Food can be delivered within 15 minutes whether it’s busy or not.

“App Orders are very quickly received and brought out, and staff are always busy and efficient cleaning away and cleaning, etc.

“Lots of room to sit and eat outside as well.”

3. The Old Swanne Inne

Where: High Street, Evesham 

Tripadvisor score: 3.5 (from 227 reviews)

‘Excellent’ reviews: 75 (33.0% of all reviews)

Acclaimed for its toilettes after winning loo of the year in 2023, The Old Swanne Inne has come third on the list. 

One reviewer said: “I’ve visited this pub for a meal and drinks four times now.

“I’ve tried a variety of food and different real ales and have been very impressed. Ordered on the app, everything arrives promptly, food is hot and very enjoyable.”

4. The Royal Enfield

Where: The Old Cinema, Unicorn Hill, Redditch

Tripadvisor score: 3.5 (from 196 reviews)

‘Excellent’ reviews: 59 (30.1% of all reviews)

The Wetherspoons in Redditch is a converted cinema.

“The building is stunning – converted cinema – and had an Enfield motorbike on the wall, celebrating local history, I guess,” said one reviewer.

“Yes, it’s dark but meant to be. The table was clear and as clean as most Spoons.

“Staff helpful, music greatest hits. Food really nice.”

5. Golden Cross Hotel

Where: High Street, Bromsgrove

Tripadvisor score: 3.5 (from 233 reviews)

‘Excellent’ reviews: 59 (15.3% of all reviews)

Bromsgrove’s Wetherspoons is nestled in its High Street and has come 5th out of the 6 Spoons in Worcestershire. 

One reviewer wrote: “Lovely place. All the restrictions, of course, but speedy service (mind you, they weren’t busy, early afternoon.) Enjoyed my meal. Would go back.”

6. The Crown

Where: Crown Passage, Worcester

Tripadvisor score: 3.0 (from 385 reviews)

The Crown is Worcester’s only Wetherspoons and is in the centre of the city.

Despite its low rating in comparison to the rest of Worcestershire’s Wetherspoons, some reviewers have rated it highly.

One said: “Warm and friendly staff, nothing was too much trouble, great food, lovely surroundings, very clean, would highly recommend.”