Crown & Treaty, Uxbridge
Built in the early sixteenth century as Place Manor House, the building was later used by King Charles I for his ill fated treaty with Cromwell and Parliament in 1645. The manor house went on to become a coaching inn in the eighteenth century. There is even an album named after the pub by mercury prize nominated band Sweet Billy Pilgrim!
On a Tuesday at 7pm , pop on down for a pub quiz!