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The Dun Cow is one of the oldest public houses in the UK. Built by Roger de Montgomery, First Earl of Shrewsbury circa 1085 as a hostel for the highly skilled masons and master builders bought in to supervise the construction of the St. Peter and St. Paul (later to be known as The Abbey). The Dun Cow was historically a hostelry with its own brewery in 1105 and probably existed before that.
The Dun Cow has generous outdoor seating for when the weather is fine, enabling you to enjoy your meal and drinks on our newly decked area to the rear of the building. If you prefer to watch the world pass by, you can relax on our paved terrace which is situated at the front of this historic building.