Food & Drink / Country Pub / Worcester
The Mug House
Former church ale house now has all stone floors and real ale and is reputedly haunted, with garden.
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This ancient hostelry with its unique location and history has been kept by Judy Allen, and son Russell, for the past 20 years. It offers a fine range of Banks's traditional ales with guest beers and serves a menu of home cooked food. Located in the grounds of Claines Church and once the Church Ale House, the Mug House is at least 700 years old and actually stands within the walls of the Church graveyard on consecrated ground.
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