The oldest inn in Gloucestershire, dating from 1308 and features many separate rambling bar areas, one boasting leatherwork on the ceiling that dates to the 17th century
Part of the building was originally the stables. The inn's front door is reputedly the second oldest in the area. Note the intriguing old photographs of Tewkesbury. Reports suggest resident ghosts (including an old lady and a cavalier). A pleasant terrace patio overlooks the garden and the river Avon (moorings available), where children (under supervision) can feed the ducks and St John's bridge. The lower restaurant was once the stables and was used as a hospital during the Battle of the Roses. Food served daily 1200-2100 (1900 on Sunday).
As a Local Pub we pride ourselves on being ‘the best pubs in town’ and a great pub experience in Tewkesbury whether you are looking for a quick pint, a great value pub meal or a night out with friends, we can offer a great range of wines, beers, ciders, spirits, soft drinks and a range of great value meals when you don’t feel like cooking.