This tavern is so famous for its ancient atmosphere and outstanding visitors. It was rehabilitated after the great London fire. The British revere this place, primarily, due to the fact that it is often visited by national favorites: Pelham Grenville Woodhouse and Charles Dickens. It is among the long-established pubs, which still occupies the identical labyrinth of apparently randomly selected rooms, linked by chaotic corridors.
Numerous personalities visited pub for more than three centuries. In the multi — volume guest book — there are names of Prime Ministers, ambassadors, members of the Royal families. But most of all “Old Cheshire cheese” is famous for its literary visitors.
Every tourist should enter this ancient monument on Fleet Street. Charles Dickens and Pelham Grenville Woodhouse are just two of the many representatives of the literary world, who frequently were guests of such dimly lit areas.