Reputed to be the oldest pub in England, it’s said to have been built in 1189 and is shrouded in history & mystery.
Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem is built partway into a cave, with several underground bars and caves that once functioned as breweries.
It was a favourite watering hole for the crusaders on their way to the Holy Land, and the word “Trip” or “Trypp” is said to come from an old word for halt or stop.
A fascinating feature is “The Cursed Galleon”, a model ship hanging from the ceiling that seems to have collected dust for over 50 years; the last three people who have cleaned it are said to have died mysteriously within 12 months of doing so.
What to drink: Any of their authentic Ales
Order a pint at: www.triptojerusalem.com