The Red Lion

The Red Lion (StreetView)
The pub's cellar is of Norman vintage dating back to the 12th century, but parts of the upper structure of the Inn, which has been considerably altered, are of Tudor origin. The most attractive part of the Inn's interior decor is the fine half timbered apartment known as Henry V's 'Court Room'. This was used for the trial of Richard, Earl of Cambridge, Lord Scrope of Masham and Sir Thomas Grey of Heton, all of whom conspired against the life and crown of Henry V in 1415, immediately prior to Henry's departure from Southampton to Agincourt.
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