The site the Greyhound sits on was originally built as a Yeoman’s House in 1540. It became a Manorial Court House with its own cells in 1558. It was extended in 1704 to what you see today, and has been-at different times- a private house, a butcher’s shop, a slaughterhouse, a hardware shop and oatcake shop….
It is now a much loved proper pub with real fires, quality home cooked food, winning The Pubzine readers choice for the best food pub in Staffordshire, Cheshire and surrounding areas, great rotating cask ales, the largest selection of malts from around the world, not forgetting Penkhull Ginstitute !! and it is at the centre for Village Life and the good folk of Penkhull.
We at Wentworth Pubs & Dining take care of it just now and are respectful of the traditions of this amazing old building which in its current guise will be the grand age of 314 inJanuary!
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