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Old House

29-31 Sheep Street
Wellingborough
NN8 1BS

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  • No real ale Real Ale is NOT Available

Premises Status

This pub is long-term Closed.

Opening Times

Regular

Mondayclosed
Tuesdayclosed
Wednesdayclosed
Thursdayclosed
Fridayclosed
Saturdayclosed
Sundayclosed

Meal Times

No Service

Operator

Independent

About the Pub

CLOSED. A Grade II listed timber framed building known locally as the ‘Tudor House,’ and owned by Wellingborough Council. Originally two houses and part of the Croyland Abbey estate, much of the ground floor is Medieval, and the foundations are thought to date back to AD 948, with later Tudor editions. It is one of the few domestic buildings which survived the great fire of Wellingborough of 1738 and the only thatched house in the town.

In the late 19th Century and early 20th Century, it was owned by the Wellingborough brewery company William Dulley & Sons, who restored and gifted the building to Wellingborough Urban District Council in 1920. More recent times have seen the building used as an antique shop, the Tudor House Restaurant and as a Chinese restaurant.

Following extensive refurbishment, and research, the pub opened on 17th November 2017. Covering two floors, this is a friendly pub devoid of music, TV and gaming machines, although there are film nights.

Historic Interest

Grade II listed timber framed building known locally as the ‘Tudor House,’ and owned by Wellingborough Council. Originally two houses and part of the Croyland Abbey estate, much of the ground floor is Medieval, and the foundations are thought to date back to AD 948, with later Tudor editions. It is one of the few domestic buildings which survived the great fire of Wellingborough of 1738 and the only thatched house in the town.

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Features

  • Cider Real Cider Available

    Various.

  • MemberDiscountScheme Member Discount Scheme
  • Quiet Quiet Pub

Facilities

  • DisabledAccess Disabled Access
  • Garden Garden

    Small courtyard area.

  • DogFriendly Dog Friendly
  • FamilyFriendly Family Friendly
  • Events Events
  • LiveMusic Live Music
  • Smoking Smoking Area
  • WiFi Wifi

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Old House

29-31 Sheep Street
Wellingborough
NN8 1BS

Sat Nav Reference

52.300191, -0.692264

Transport

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Closest Station (1100m)

Wellingborough

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Old House - Wellingborough

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Old House

29-31 Sheep Street
Wellingborough
NN8 1BS

Pub Features

  • No Real Ale
  • Real Cider Available
  • Member Discount Scheme
  • Quiet Pub
  • Disabled Access
  • Garden
  • Dog Friendly
  • Family Friendly
  • Events
  • Live Music
  • Smoking Area
  • Wifi
  • Close to Bus Routes

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