Star224 Walsall Road
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Old pub, recently reopened after a refurbishment. Interior has two linking rooms, one used as a restaurant, the other used as a bar, Three ales occasionally a forth. Sport shown in the bar area. large car park to the side of the pub, also with good bus services. Their note of fame is that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stayed there in 1903, when he came to investigate Gt Wyrley Murders.