The Houblon Inn is one of the oldest hostelries in the county, situated in the picturesque and scenic village of Oasby.
This Grade II listed building was built around 1650 and was originally named ’The Old Red Lion’ however was later renamed after Sir John Houblon, one of the main landowners in the area and the first governor of the Bank of England - his picture can be seen on the reverse of the £50 note.
With original oak beams and stone walls this inn has been restored beautifully and many of the original features remain.
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