The Anne of Cleves in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, is one of Everards most historic pubs. Part of the property can be dated back to 1327 when it was home to chantry monks. The pub gets its name from one of Henry VIII’s wives: The property was gifted to Anne of Cleves by Henry VIII as part of their divorce settlement.

The building is also rumoured to be haunted, and paranormal investigations have taken place…

Melton in Bloom Silver Award!

Melton in Bloom Silver Award!MELTON in Bloom is celebrating its best year yet at the East Midlands in Bloom awards after walking away with Silver Gilt status and a whole host of other awards. The team, which worked incredibly hard to produce a wide range of spectacular floral displays for the benefit of the town Find out more

Spring Sunset & Garden Photos

Spring Sunset & Garden PhotosHere's a glimpse of our wonderful surroundings for you to take a look at when selecting your venue in Melton Mowbray for the evening. Feel free to send your own photos in to be added to the Find out more

Camra 2013

Camra 2013As the UK’s best selling beer and pub guide celebrates 40th anniversary the Anne of Cleves is proud to announce that once again we have been entered into the CAMRA 2013 Good Beer Guide. With our large selection of fine ales we are sure that we will have an ale suitable Find out more

Wifi Available

Feel free to pop in and have a coffee or a pint and complete your business in our lovely surroundings with our friendly helpful staff