The Oldest Inn In England | Ye Old Trip To Jerusalem

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The Oldest Inn In England | Ye Old Trip To Jerusalem. Happy Wednesday, Friends. So how are you today?

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Are you enjoying this beautiful weather? We are. It was like being on holiday when we came out of the swimming bath last night, smelling of chlorine and suntan lotion makes me want to go away.

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So what photos have you been taking over the last few weeks? Do you want to share some here today with us?

Take a Virtual Trip with Me Today to Nottingham and the Oldest Inn in England: Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem. Have you ever been before? Such an amazing place to visit.

The Oldest Inn In England

Nestled in the heart of Nottingham, England, is a destination that seamlessly blends history, legend, and the charm of they years that have passed is a pub called Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem.

A pub that is always on the list of places to visit when we get a day out together.

So much history here, we never like to miss a visit for a photo opp.

The Oldest Inn In England

So I am sharing some photos to share that I took in Nottingham on a day out with my husband. Nice and early so no one got in our photos!!

Ye Old Trip To Jerusalem is just down the hill from Nottingham Castle. 

You can see Nottingham Castle from the train lines as you arrive in Nottingham as it is up the hill. The children always used to like to spot it as we arrived into Nottingham.

The Oldest Inn In England

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Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem (Nottingham, est. 1189).

Apparently also The Oldest Inn In England. 

It was a real shame on this day, we were here early as it would have been lovely to go inside and have a drink. But I know we will next time. When we have more free time.

The Oldest Inn In England

What a beautiful day. Blue skies all around.

Often cited as the oldest inn in England, this establishment invites visitors to step back in time and experience a slice of medieval life.

The inn, established in 1189, is not only a testament to the enduring nature of English hospitality but also a living museum of sorts, capturing the imagination with its storied past and unique setting.

The Oldest Inn In England

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The Oldest Inn In England.

Nottingham itself is a city steeped in history, known for its ties to the legendary Robin Hood and its role in the lace-making industry.

Apparently it has a resident ghosts inside. Makes me want to go and visit all the more.

The Oldest Inn In England

Have you ever been to Nottingham and visited The Oldest Inn In England, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem?

A visit to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem always provides an excellent starting point for exploring this vibrant city. Then up to the castle.

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Dive into the rich history and timeless charm of one of England’s oldest inns, nestled in the heart of Nottingham.

Explore stunning images of its ancient stone walls, cosy interiors, and unique artifacts that tell tales of centuries past.

Discover the legends and mysteries that surround this iconic pub, from its reputed status as a haunt for Crusaders to the ghost stories whispered in its hallowed halls.

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34 Comments

  1. mummabstylish
    7 July 2018 / 19:30

    These are great, clear photos – looks like an interesting pub! Thanks for hosting. Jacqui Mummabstylish

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 18:02

      Aww, thanks Jacqui x

  2. handmadejewelryhaven
    6 July 2018 / 01:54

    Looks lovely! Another Save to ‘Must Visit Places’ folder!

    Thank you for sharing!

    – Lisa

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 18:01

      Thank you Lisa x

  3. thestylesplash
    5 July 2018 / 21:07

    I’ve been to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem a few times, fascinating place.

    Emma xxx

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:58

      Aww, lovely Emma. I may bump into you one day x

  4. 5 July 2018 / 21:05

    Claire, that is so cool! I would love to visit a place like that. Maybe some day I will make my way to England!

    Shelbee

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:57

      Thank you Shelbee, you must let me know if your ever in Nottingham x

  5. Lisa | Handmade in Israel
    5 July 2018 / 06:01

    Wow! Those blue skies are amazing! Such a shame you didn’t get to go in. Looks like an interesting place and very pretty too.

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:56

      Thanks Lisa. I will be popping in again soon so hopefully I can share the inside x

  6. XmasDolly
    4 July 2018 / 21:30

    HI & Happy Independence Day! I love your pictures and they’re so clear. What kind of camera do you have? I so need to get a new one! Love these pics & thanks for sharing! Have fun today, don’t eat too much & be careful… Woo Hoo I’m off to the Barb-Beeeeeeeeee now!

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:52

      Aww, thank you. I am just using my phone here, a Galaxy s6 x

  7. Cheryl Shops
    4 July 2018 / 17:49

    What an adorable inn—I can’t believe it was built in 1192 and is still standing!
    Cheryl Shops

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:51

      Thanks Cheryl, Amazing isn’t it x

  8. peppylady (Dora)
    4 July 2018 / 17:23

    I have to wonder if the same family is running it.
    Coffee is on

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:50

      Whoo yes, I must have a look into this, thank you x

  9. stevebethere
    4 July 2018 / 17:23

    Nice photos I like seeing old places like this

    I have only gone through Nottingham years ago didn’t actually stop anywhere.

    Have yeoldeintastic week Claire and thanks for bouncing by.

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:47

      Hehe, thanks Steve.

  10. 15andmeowing
    4 July 2018 / 15:48

    Beautiful photos.

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:44

      Thank you.

  11. csuhpat1
    4 July 2018 / 16:48

    Wow, that is so cool. Thanks for sharing it with us. Very lovely. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful rest of the week.

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:47

      Thank you Patrick. Hope you had a great week too.

  12. 4 July 2018 / 15:37

    Never been to Nottingham. I always keep hanging in the south!

    • Claire
      Author
      15 July 2018 / 20:01

      Thanks for the comment Nancy x

  13. Tamar Strauss-Benjamin
    4 July 2018 / 12:41

    We went inside when we visited many years ago! It is so cool to think the Crusaders drank there before heading off!

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:39

      Oh wow Tamar, so cool to know you have visited all they over from where you live. I must visit them again soon and take a look.

  14. rawsonjl
    4 July 2018 / 11:01

    That does look like a nice place to stop for a drink or a little cafe snack. And your pictures are so beautiful.

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:38

      Aww, thank you.

  15. Veronica Lee
    4 July 2018 / 10:36

    What a charming place! it would have been lovely to see the inside!

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:37

      Thanks Veronica, I will get some photos next time we visit.

  16. Carol
    4 July 2018 / 08:49

    What a beautiful place to visit. You’re so lucky to live in a place with beautiful landscapes, gardens, and historical buildings.

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:35

      Thank you Carol. You live in an amazing part of the world that I would love to see.

  17. passion fruit, paws and peonies
    4 July 2018 / 06:49

    Morning Claire. What a shame you didn’t get to go in for a drink! It looks like such an interesting place – I love historic buildings. Hope you are having a good week xx Maria

    • Claire
      Author
      8 July 2018 / 17:27

      Thanks Maria, Aww, I know. Hope fully we will get to visit next time.