The Pembroke House is a friendly traditional pub, was built in 1558, became a cider house in 1601 and eventually was bought by Pembroke College Oxford as an investment, hence the name. You can find them just outside of Tenbury on the corner of the Bromyard road turning. The house has evolved over the years but still retains its charm and although they serve good quality food it is still very much a locals pub. There are two dining rooms available to enjoy your meal one seating 28 and the other seating 18 people, with both being available for private hire, either one would be great for a special occasion such as birthdays, christenings etc. The pub serves a full selection of draught beer; wine and spirits for your enjoyment, and a lovely range of soft drinks for non-drinkers, drivers and children. Its friendly atmosphere makes this a great place to relax with a drink and enjoy some time with friends. With a spacious car park and disabled access, this pub is easily accessible to all! The pubâ€™s pleasant, nice sized beer garden is the perfect place to have a refreshing drink in the summer months, and you wont have to worry about the children getting bored, as they can enjoy the exciting play area! This is also a fantastic place to accommodate all customers that smoke. If you fancy something to eat, be sure to come down to a full A la Carte menu served during the evening. A pool table and darts board is available for customerâ€™s amusement. This 16th century timber framed country pub serves high quality meals prepared by the owner/chef. Please book you table in advance for the delicious evening menu. Throughout the day there is a delicious snack menu available with sandwiches and baguettes so you will never go hungry! This fabulous family-orientated pub really does have something for everyone, and the friendly atmosphere only adds to it!