Allesley Hotel, Birmingham Road, Allesley
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|Not really a pub but I have included it because of its antiquity. It is an eighteenth century dwelling house, now considerably altered. In 1737 it was owned and occupied by Timothy Stoughton, who also owned the Pannier, a pub which is now a private house called Gable End. I have no idea when it became a hotel.
In 1971 the Allesley Hotel was the meeting place of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire (Freemasons).|
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