The Cardinals Hat

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

31 Friar Street
Worcester
Worcestershire
England
WR1 2NA

The Cardinals Hat, Worcester

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Uniquely placed in the historic heart of the Worcester The Cardinal's Hat is the city's oldest inn and thus has had plenty of experience when it comes to pleasing hungry and thirsty visitors over the years. Long-considered a local landmark this historic watering-hole is now a showcase of local food drink and traditional pub culture where fine wines well-kept craft & cask ales and continental beers are served with pride and satisfaction. Following on from 2013's successful regeneration of Worcester's oldest pub Landlord Nigel Smith and his team have forged ahead and revived a further 2 more floors of the building offering 4 boutique bedrooms.

Each has been restored to make the most of the Georgian features and individually mirror the stylish quirk that can be found downstairs. With each room offering something a little different this Inn appeals to everyone.

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