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Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem

Reputed to be the oldest inn in England, Ye Old Trip to Jerusalem might just have the strangest pub name in England as well. It’s quite a curious place with caves, a cursed model ship, a well-worn chair that was rumoured to help women conceive, haunted rooms and eerie noises. Cellar tours are offered and there’s also a souvenir shop which is popular with tourists visiting the city.

It’s believed that the inn was built in 1189 and is so-called as pilgrims were known to stop off here before heading to Jerusalem. We think you might like it so much that you’ll unlikely continue all the way to Jerusalem.

In addition to the bar areas, there’s also a coffee lounge where you can sit and enjoy a hot drink. During the warmer months, sit outside in the courtyard or garden and if it gets a little chilly, you’ll find plenty of cosy corners inside.


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1 Brewhouse Yard, Nottingham NG1 6AD
0115 9473171

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