Dick Whittington Pub - Gloucestershire Traditional Pubs

Gloucestershire Going Out Traditional Pubs - Dick Whittington Pub

We serve up to eight real ales and up to four heritage ciders and food seven days a week.

The pub occupies St Nicholas House, a late fifteenth century merchant’s house, built for Richard Whittington, nephew of Dick Whittington of pantomime fame, it boasts having a fascinating history. Elizabeth I is said to have stayed here in 1574.

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