The Clifford Arms in Great Haywood is a traditional village pub
We offer a fine selection of cask-conditioned ales and guest beers together with a wide choice of freshly prepared, value for money meals and snacks. The pub has been a popular local as well as a stopping-off point for boaters, walkers and cyclists for many years – come along and find out why for yourself.
Location, Location, Location
Got a dog or two? Bring your best friends with you. Friendly dogs are always welcome in the pub be it in the bar or beer garden.
There’s always a water bowl – inside and out – and there’s usually a fuss and a biscuit available too.
Please be aware though, that in order to provide for those who are not keen, or have allergies, we keep the restaurant room dog free.
10% off Human Food for Doggie Places Members.
A Little Bit of History
The pub is named for the Clifford family. The Hon. Thomas Clifford (1732-1787) married The Hon. Barbera Aston, heiress to the Tixall Estate, in 1762. Although Tixall Hall was demolished in 1927, Tixall Gatehouse still stands and can be rented for self-catering holidays. Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned for a short time at Tixall in an effort to prevent her rescue from Chartley as part of the Babington Plot.
Thomas was descended from the Baron’s Clifford of Chudleigh which perhaps explains why there is another Clifford Arms pub in Devon.