You’ll find The Mitre Inn beside St Benedict’s Church and as it’s been serving the people of Glastonbury since 1680 it’s one of the oldest in the town. As well as being one of the oldest inns The Mitre also has a reputation as being one of the friendliest, and families and dogs can always expect a warm greeting and a cosy spot to curl up under the table.
Now if you believe the rumours there’s actually been a pub on the site since the sixth century but we can’t really be sure one way or the other to be honest – but we are sure that The Mitre still has the feel of a historic pub that’s welcomed the hungry and the thirsty for centuries. The pub also serves good food and offers a huge selection of ales, beers and wines so expect service with a smile and plenty to choose from.
What’s a traditional pub without a bit of a sing song while you sip your drink? The Mitre often hosts a live folk band to liven things up of an evening so prepare to join in with the chorus if you time your visit right.