Corner Cupboard
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• Brief History of the Corner Cupboard in Winchcombe

Corner Cupboard Inn - SignThe Corner Cupboard Inn was built in c.1550 as a farmhouse and it subsequently became an Inn. There are reports of The Inn being haunted by the ghost of a 12 year old girl visitors have heard running across the Floor Boards above the Bar.

Benjamin DisraeliAt the front of the Inn is a protruding buttress and a bust of Benjamin Disraeli (Victorian Prime Minister and statesman from 1847 until his death in 1881) above the front door.

In Saxon times Winchcombe was the most important town in the Cotswold region, a part of the kingdom of Mercia. The right to mint coins is a measure of the economic and administrative importance of a town, and in Saxon times there were mints in Gloucester, Bristol, Berkeley and Winchcombe.


Corner Cupboard InnWhether you are looking for a traditional meal, or a pint of real ale, the Corner Cupboard Inn provides a delightful venue, where you will not be dissapointed with your visit.

The Cupboard is currently under the exceptional management of Jason Hobbs, who has retained all characteristics and warmth of the Original 15th century Inn. The Inn is located in the historic town of Winchcombe being in close proximity to Sudeley Castle, additionally surrounded by award winning gardens, an ideal base for walking withinin the Cotswold's.

Serving locally-sourced great tasting food All Day, Every Day!

Utilizing fresh meat and vegetables to endure edible flavours, making the meal a tasteful and tantilizing experience. The Cupboard encompasses a wide Image courtesy of Maffboy | Dreamstime.comselection of wines and beers, which have been specially selected for their quality of flavour to compliment our meals.

Ingredients are sought locally from butchers, farmers, to the local Greengrocer to endure quality.  The Menu is produced by our wonderful enthusiastic Chefs who have a love for creating food for you to enjoy.

Sunday Lunch is the perfect way to end the week. As a popular Image courtesy of Robyn Mackenzie | Dreamstime.comstop on the Cotswold Way, intrepid walkers can relax in style, hang up their socks and dry their boots. For the budding steam train enthusiast, Toddington Steam Railway is close at hand. For those willing to part with more cash, enjoy the suspense and thrill of Prescott Speed Hill Climb, Cheltenham Hunt Festival and flamboyantevents at the Centaur, and for the history lovers enjoy the grounds at Sudeley Castle, right on our doorstep.

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