The Cross Inn is a traditional village country pub situated between Cherstow and Lydney. The pub dates back to the 17th century and J.R Tolkien was rumoured to be a regular. The pubs cosy atmosphere and friendly staff make this pub a wonderful place for friends and family to drop in for a quiet drink. They offer a wide selection of draught beer, wine and spirits for your enjoyment along with a range of real ale and soft drinks for all the non-drinkers and drivers. Customers will never go hungry, as they offer a selection of delicious home cooked traditional pub grub along with a daily specials board, however booking is advisable is it can get very busy. The entertainment nights at The Cross Inn are fantastic with live music nights and quiz nights taking place every so often. Situated on the premises there is a lovely beer garden, along with a play area, which is a great place to sit and relax with a refreshing drink during the summer months whilst you watch the children play. With disabled facilities and a car park also on the premises this makes the pub easily accessible for all. So join us toady at The Cross Inn where a warm and friendly welcome awaits you!