Old Thatch Tavern

Stratford Upon Avon was the home to William Shakespeare – one of Britain’s most famous playwrights. Head to the theatre and take in the Shakespearean experience in Stratford Upon Avon, but do make time for a pint in the town’s oldest pub. The Old Thatch Tavern is a beautiful Grade II listed pub dating back to 1470 and it is Stratford Upon-Avon’s only remaining thatched building. The pub becomes more intriguing perhaps when one adds in the 18th Century Christmas murder tale... Dark beams and a bust of the town’s most famous former resident add to the very traditional theme in this establishment. A pint in the Old Thatch Tavern is a quintessentially English experience. Along with your beer, of which there is a great range, this is a good place to tuck into fish, chips and mushy peas, or, if you’re a little more adventurous, faggots and mash.

23 Greenhill Street, Stratford-upon-Avon
01789 295216
Monday to Saturday: 11:30 AM til 11:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM til 06:00 PM

Facilities available at this pub

General
WiFi (free), Child Friendly, Disabled Access, Garden, Open Fire, Baby Friendly,
Food Styles
Traditional, Bar Snacks,
Dog Friendly
Dogs Allowed,
Drink Types
Wine , Tea & Coffee, Real Ale,

Becks Vier

Alcohol
4.0%
Brewery
Becks

Carlsberg

Alcohol
3.8%
Brewery
Carlsberg UK Ltd

London Pride

Alcohol
4.1%
Brewery
Fullers

Seafarers Ale

Alcohol
3.6%
Brewery
Fullers

Gales HSB

Alcohol
4.8%
Brewery
Fullers

Honey Dew

Alcohol
5.0%
Brewery
Fullers

Guinness Original

Alcohol
4.2%
Brewery
Guinness

Stowford Press

Alcohol
4.5%
Brewery
H Westons & Sons Ltd
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