Set in one of Tamworth’s finest Victorian buildings The Old Bank House is an ambient pub serving a range of 6 rotating real ales, Craft Gins, Prosecco and Fine Wines.
Enjoying Grade II* listed status, this beautiful Tudor building was built by the Comberford family in 1572. The stately home, famously visited by Charles I in 1619 and the Beatles in the 1963, now welcomes guests and those who wish to enjoy a drink from the fully licensed public bar. With an extensive range of gin, real ale and wine, more than just a pub, Moat House is an amazing place to host an event in.
Specialising mostly in local ales, The King’s Ditch is Tamworth’s first micropub.
Four to six gravity-served ales straight from the cask are complemented by Twenty Five real ciders, Six Fruit Ciders and Three Perries, all carefully chosen by our passionate team. The Beer and Cider being served from a chilled room at approx. 12 degrees centigrade.