The Anne of Cleves is one of Everards most historic pubs, part of the property can be dated back to 1327 when it was home to chantry monks. The pub gets its name from one of Henry VIII's wives: The property was gifted to Anne of Cleves by Henry VIII as part of their divorce settlement.
The building is also rumoured to be haunted, and paranormal investigations have taken place.
|Opening Hours||Food Service|
|Sun||12noon-10:30pm||Traditional Sunday Lunch, served 12noon-2pm|
Food is served at the following times:
|Sun||Traditional Sunday Lunch, served 12noon-2pm|
- Beer garden
- Car Parking
- Family friendly
- Food menu
- Live Sports
- Wheelchair access