ABOUT The Bull's Head

The Bull’s Head has existed in the village of Shenstone since the 17th century. And, it was only in the 1850s that the Bull’s Head became firmly established as the centre of village life with petty Court Sessions being held at the inn on the second and fourth Mondays of every month. 

The Bull's Head is still an integral part of village life in Shenstone, known for serving a delightful range of pub dishes and some truly great beers, wines, gins and real ales.

The fantastic chefs at The Bull's Head have carefully crafted a selection of menus to suit every occasion at any time of the day. From brunch through to dinner, we have a dish for you with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options available also.


The Bull’s Head has always been an integral part of Shenstone village dating back to the 17th century. 

Nestled between Lichfield and Sutton Coldfield, you’ll easily find our pub on Birmingham Road, just a 1-minute walk from Shenstone Village Hall. 

We’re the perfect country escape, being local to Stonnall, Little Hay, Weeford and Wall, and only a 26-minute drive to Birmingham City centre via the M6 toll or A5127.


There are plenty of exciting attractions to see in Shenstone, before or after your visit to The Bull’s Head.

You’ll find all the fun and thrill you need at Drayton Manor, only a 17-minute drive away, including the famous theme park, Drayton Manor Zoo and Thomas Land.

For history lovers, a visit to Letocetum is a must. Explore the ancient ruins of this Roman archaeological site with Roman inn, bathhouse ruins and a free museum. 

Take in the sights and sounds of Shenstone and its surrounding towns and villages then head to the The Bull’s Head for a pint or a delicious dish of your choosing