Stoke Golding Club

42 Hinckley Road
Stoke Golding
CV13 6DZ
Telephone(01455) 212221
Real AleQuiet PubFamily FriendlySeparate BarDisabled AccessGamesParkingSmokingLined GlassesFunction RoomNewspapersSports TVWiFiServes LocAleLive Music
Opening times: 3-11.30 Mon; 4-11.30 Tue-Fri; 12-11.30 Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Regular beers: Church End Cuthberts, Church End Gravediggers Ale

Formerly known as Thornfield House, it was built in 1883/4 for a Hinckley man, William Gray Farmer. It then stood well outside the village and was a hunting lodge with stabling and a groom’s cottage. More recently it became a Liberal Club and finally Stoke Golding Club. In addition to a bar, the club also has a function room for up to 100 people.