Old English Inns are a collection of some of England’s historic pubs inns and hotels, steeped in history and loved for their warmth and hospitality. Whether taking time out in a pub or getting away to a hotel, we’re sure you’ll fall in love with our cosy bars, crooked walls and low beams. Enjoy time to relax with a glass of wine or real ale and join us for an Old English pub meal in our restaurants, where if you choose to stay with us, we offer a range of delicious breakfasts cooked to order.
Your experience with Old English Inns will be different every time: choose from over 100 pubs, inns and hotels in some of the most beautiful parts of the country across 24 counties. Discover old coaching inns, attractive town houses, thatched and timbered buildings, all individual in style, packed full of history, warm and welcoming – in market towns, countryside and seaside locations.
200 Years Looking After You
At Old English Inns enjoy history and character with all the modern home comforts you’d expect when you stay away. We’re proud of our heritage so we’ve invested a great deal of time and effort restoring many of our buildings to their former glory, while ensuring our facilities are firmly based in the 21st century. All of the charm of the past with the convenience of the present – a unique combination ensuring that every stay with us is different! They're still the same Old English Inns – with friendly staff, delicious food and a great night’s sleep. The only thing that's changed is you can now book your stay through Greene King Inns.
Old English Inn hotels
Bury St Edmunds
Dating from the 15th century, this traditional coaching inn has an intriguing past. Originally home to Oliver Cromwell’s grandfather, and once the headquarters of Charles I, it sits right in the heart of the quaint medieval market town of Huntingdon.