8 Hay Lane, Coventry CV1 5RF
Tel: 024 7655 1855
Coventry's most welcoming pub
simply serving fresh and tasty food,
great beers, lagers, spirits and a selection of wines.
The newly refurbished Golden Cross is the oldest pub in Coventry (One of the oldest in The Midlands). Built circa 1583, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1st and established as a public house circa 1661, during the reign of Charles II (The year of his coronation). The Golden Cross boasts traditional Tudor features which include: jettied upper floors with exposed beams, the pub also features a Dragon Beam which makes it possible for the jettied floors to go around the corners. These historic features alone makes it worthwhile visiting The Golden Cross.
We don’t do SKY we don’t do BT Sport, but what we do is, convivial conversation, serve real ales from far and wide, a great selection of Gins from around the world, fabulous lagers, great ciders, a comprehensive wine list, wide choice of spirits, including local Gins, a selection of international bottled beers, soft drinks and of course teas and coffees including afternoon tea. Oh yes, don’t forget our Gins including Gin of the month!
Our Food is all Traditional Homemade British Cuisine, some with a subtle twist. We offer a full menu all day and a snack menu in the week. Food is served 12-9 Monday to Saturday and 12-5 on a Sunday, and the snack menu is available Monday to Friday 12-5.
We have live music every Saturday upstairs from around 9 pm, so those who prefer a quiet drink in Coventry’s oldest pub can enjoy a relaxing evening in comfort on the ground floor. We also have an open mic night every Tuesday between 8 and 11.
So come along to The Golden Cross Coventry’s oldest newest pub, everyone is welcome, enjoy the ambiance, the history, the company. Great staff, great beers, great times..oh and great Gins.
The Golden Cross
8 Hey Lane
024 7655 1855