- (01295) 670255
Mon-Thurs 12-11; Fri-Sun 12-12; Sun 12-10
About the Pub
A most interesting pub which can be seen for miles. Built from local stone as a round tower in 1742 to mark the centenary of the Battle of Edgehill. A wooden drawbridge links the 70ft tower with a smaller square tower. Good views out over the Civil War battle site. Featured in CAMRA book 101 Beer Days Out. Real Fire. Garden. Letting bedrooms are available.
This pub serves 2 regular beers.
- Hooky Bitter
- Hooky Lion
This pub serves 1 changing beer.
Seasonal ale such as Old Hooky or a guest.
- Real Ale Available
Real Cider Available
Westons Old Rosie.
- LocAle Accredited
- Quiet Pub
- Pub Garden
- Real Fire
Mon-Sat 12-2:30,6-9:30; Sun 12-4, 12-8 in summer.