The Coalhouse Inn is a place for fine foods and real ales. Built in the 16th century on the banks of the scenic tidal River Severn and approximately 4 miles south of the medieval Gloucestershire town of Tewkesbury.
With wonderful landscaped gardens and views of the not so far Malvern Hills it is the place to be to see the wonderful stunning sunset. Within easy reach of the Cotswold’s Cheltenham, Bourton on the Water, the home of the Gold Cup Cheltenham Racecourse and not least, we are on the famous Severn Way Walk, taking in the historic Odda’s Chapel and Deerhurst church.
The Coalhouse in the 16th century started as a inn called the White Lion, a West Country ales pub, and gained its nickname the Coalhole from the old coal barges making there way to the old coal wharf at Coombe Hill via the no longer canal which joined the river.
People also know the pub for its famous ‘steak on the stone’, a sizzling prime cut of fillet steak served upon a granite stone which you cook to your own liking (we are known as the ‘home of the stone’).
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