Stafford Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 8JB
The Hedgehog in Lichfield is a country pub oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar.
Whether you are planning dinner with friends or Sunday lunch with family, book a table online and enjoy some quality time with those you love the most.
Originally called Lyncroft House the now beautifully restored pub sits in its own grounds and large gardens, with ample off-road parking. Built in 1797, 13 years after the death of Lichfield's most famous son, Dr Samuel Johnson, the building retains its character thanks to a recent £1m restoration project.
Our nine bedroom Innkeeper's Lodge continues The Hedgehog's tradition of welcoming travellers. It's our local charm that attracts office staff and ramblers, as well as diners and drinkers from Lichfield and nearby Longton, Arlewas and Shenstone. We also welcome business and leisure travellers to enjoy some of the best bedrooms and accommodation in Lichfield.
Originally Lyncroft House and dating to 1797, our country inn with its large, undulating gardens is within sight of Lichfield's historic cathedral. Lichfield's most famous sons include Dr Samuel Johnson who compiled the first English Dictionary.