This is part of the GEOGUESSR 1 series of posts.
We were aware that this pub had recently closed, but just in case, we checked just to see. Unfortunately, it’s still closed, and there are rumours that it’ll be turned into a house and other rumours that it’ll be re-opened as a pub. I’d have thought that re-opening this would be a challenge, as St. Osyth isn’t enormous and there is another pub down the road.
The beer garden looked exciting and it’d be nice to think that one day it can re-open. The pub dates back to the late eighteenth century, so it’s a shame that this little slice of village history has come to an end.