Little Washbourne, GL20 8NQ | (01242) 620237
The Hobnails Inn near Tewkesbury is a charming country inn that dates back to the 15th century and offers a quintessential English pub experience.
The grade II-listed building, located in Little Washbourne, was built in 1208 and opened as a public house in 1473, with its name said to originate from Tewkesbury’s nail making industry.
The pub is brimming with character and is a delightful spot to eat, drink and socialise, with its open fire perfect for cosy winter days and its large garden made for enjoying leisurely alfresco drinks.
The Hobnails is known for its traditional carvery, served seven days a week, which features a choice of three meats, a variety of 14 seasonal vegetables, along with homemade gravy and Yorkshire puddings.
The pub also has a full à la carte menu to choose from, with the chefs using the highest quality, locally sourced ingredients to create its selection of hearty pub favourites.
Real ale fans have plenty to choose from, while there’s also an extensive wine list and plenty of soft drinks on offer as well, making it the ideal spot for all the family to enjoy.
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