The George Inn is a very well-known building whose characterful appearance reflects its 400 year old history. According to local records, in 1651 King Charles II stayed at this pub on his way from Trent to Heale House, whilst fleeing after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester. Today, The George retains its rustic charm with cosy seating, a relaxed dining area and an impressive log fire for guests to enjoy.
This is a multi-faceted business offering letting accommodation, quality food, a friendly locals bar and meeting facilities. The pub offers guests two separate dining areas in the main bar and there is an additional separate room perfect for overflow or private dining, breakfast, functions, or meetings.
The public areas are:- the main bar, which has flagstone floors and a large traditional open fire; a carpeted restaurant with two feature, but non-functional fireplaces; a separate dining room off the main corridor from the front to the rear of the pub, which can seat up to 24 guests or provide space for meetings and private functions. The George benefits from 8 well appointed en-suite guest bedrooms, an outside seating area and a car park.