Set on the outskirts the picturesque village of Lichfield near Whittington Village, The Whittington Arms is a peaceful country hideaway that will allow you to dine, relax and unwind in truly stylish surroundings.
Serving a delicious menu of fresh seasonal dishes that have been lovingly developed by our supremely talented chefs, you’ll be able to dine in optimum comfort and style.
From light bites and superb mains, through to Sunday roasts and devilishly tempting desserts, there’s sure to be something on the menu for everyone. Above all, this premium establishment sources only the very best ingredients from trusted local suppliers, so you can expect to enjoy the highest quality dishes.
With its beautiful interiors, a lovely outdoor space that’s ideal for al fresco dining, and wealth of convenient amenities, step into The Whittington Arms and escape reality for an hour or two.
Plenty of car parking spaces are available for those travelling by car and disabled car parking is also available. Other convenient facilities include free Wi-Fi Access and wheelchair access.
We also welcome all children, so you will be able to bring your little ones along to enjoy lots of quality, family time in truly special surroundings!
It’s extremely easy to reach The Whittington Arms on foot or by car! Only a 5-minute car journey from Lichfield City Rail Station, you will also be able to access us.
The Whittington Arms is an extremely popular pub all year round, but especially during the summer months due to its outdoor dining space.
Open Monday to Sunday, from 11am until 11pm, we offer a whole host of special events, menus and offers every day of the week.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
Allowing you to enjoy undisturbed views of the Staffordshire countryside, this traditional British pub is particularly popular with walkers who love nothing more than stopping off for a refreshing drink and bite to eat after exploring the area’s rolling hills and idyllic landscapes.
With its distinct village feel, it’s no surprise that this area is popular amongst walkers, holiday makers and campers alike looking to escape the hustle and bustle that is synonymous with inner city living.
There are also a whole host of other attractions in the area including the National Memorial Arboretum, Lichfield Cathedral, Beacon Park and the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum – so plenty of reasons to visit the area!