The Hobnails Inn is a 15th century character Inn located in Little Washbourne, near Tewkesbury. It was originally built in 1280 and then opened to the public in 1473 as a public house. It is suggested that the name ‘Hobnails’ came from the Tewkesbury Nail Making Industry as a Hobnail is a short nail with a thick head used to increase the durability of boots & shoes.
This Grade ll Listed building exudes bags of character with open beams and a welcoming log fire for those winter days, where you can see the pub in times a past. For the warmer weather there is a large garden opening up to the beautiful countryside, with plenty of seating for alfresco dining and room for the children to play.
We at the Hobnails Inn offer a good traditional food, good wine and fine Real Ales and a welcoming smile!
Our aim is to bring you fresh, locally sourced, highest quality food from our kitchen direct to your table and not forgetting the famous ‘Hobnails Bap’!
We recommend booking your table in advance as we can be very busy!
* FOOD SERVED ALL DAY
* FANTASTIC REAL ALE SELECTION
* LARGE BEER GARDEN
* CHILDRENS PLAY AREA
* PRIVATE DINING ROOMS
* FUNCTION ROOM FOR HIRE
* BUFFET MENU AVAILABLE
"Went out for dinner, the staff were lovely and very attentive. Beautiful building with lots of character, all of the food was cooked so well and all delicious. Will come back!" Tripadvisor review