Old Chestnut TreeManor Road
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Please see pub Facebook or website for details of any take-out or delivery services available and any news about future reopening. Updated 19 Jan
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The building dates from the 16th century and still has many original features including an inglenook fireplace with stones scavenged from Pershore Abbey after it was dissolved by Henry VIII, and a priest hole in the massive chimney structure. The pub was a favourite with locals in the 1960s, 70s and 80s when it was The Chestnut Club, and has the smallest designated ballroom in the country. There is an open bar and snug with exposed beams, and a games room with darts, pool and TV.