• The Chapel Inn
  • The Chapel Inn
  • The Chapel Inn
  • The Chapel Inn
  • The Chapel Inn


Try our Takeaway Service

With lockdown upon us, our crew wondered just how and what we could do to try and keep everyone a little up-beat right now and food was something we all felt very passionate about. Therefore, from Wednesday to Sunday, we are running a takeaway service. Below are our takeaway times and menus. We hope you all enjoy it as much as we do. To place an order please call within the allocated times on: 01376 561655.

Takeaway Menus:
Pizzas
Lunch
Evening
Sunday

Order times:
LUNCH: Wed - Sun: 10.30am - 12.00pm
EVENING: Wed - Sat: 4.00 pm - 5.30pm
SUNDAY LUNCH: 10.30am - 12.00pm

Collection times:
LUNCH: Wed - Sun: 12.30pm - 2.00pm
EVENING: Wed - Sat: 6.00pm - 8.00pm
SUNDAY LUNCH: 12.30pm - 3.00pm

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Eat

Eat

All of our fresh produce is sourced locally, and is cooked to order by our Head Chef who has trained under and worked alongside a British TV Masterchef. We deliver pub classics alongside restaurant quality specials at affordable prices.

drink

Drink

We pride ourselves on keeping and serving award winning cask ales, delivered by hand pumps straight from our Roman beer cellar. We also have a full range of intercontinental lagers, international spirits and an exclusive wine menu.

be merry

Be Merry

"The service was brilliant and there was a great atmosphere in the pub, the regular drinkers all seemed very happy in the bar and we felt very comfortable sitting with locals! We will, without doubt go back "

Brilliant Service

"Quite possibly my favourite place to eat.
Great range of food, amazing portion size, outstanding value for money."

Thirsty

Thirsty?

Why not come down and try our selection of cask ales .. and if ale isn't your thing then check our wine list below - chosen by our customers after a successful wine tasting evening.
Wine List

Hungry?

Our menu changes regularly and we offer traditional English pub food alongside weekly specials. Please check our Facebook page for latest food updates.
hungry

Bar Hours



Closed till 2nd December

Open Hours



Wed-Sat: 10.30am - 8.00pm
Sun: 10.30am - 3.00pm

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Quenching thirsty folk since 1554 ... a brief history of The Chapel Inn

The Chapel Inn - Coggeshall

The Chapel Inn is the oldest licenced pub in the town. It was originally built on the old Roman Military Road that went from Colchester to St Albans via Bishops Stortford. Remains of the Roman road with its drainage aqueducts are still there in the beer cellar today. Coggeshall is one of the many sites claimed to be the burial place of Queen Boudica. Coggeshall is known for almost 300 listed buildings.

The Chapel Inn - Coggeshall

If a Coggeshallian implies he has been to Chapel, it may not be the ecclesiastic variety. The Chapel Inn was so named as it was built on the site of an early Chapel around 1256 and remained until 1787 when it was demolished. The Chapel Inn became a legally licensed premises in 1554. Market Hill was named after the market that was established in 1256. King Henry III gave Coggeshall its market charter.

The Chapel Inn - Coggeshall

The predecessor of the Chapel Inn is first mentioned in 1376 as the home of the High Sheriff of Essex, John Sewell, who was a victim of Wat Tyler's peasant revolt in 1381, when insurgents ransacked it and murdered Sewell by decapitating him and stealing what money there was on the premises. The town clock was built to celebrate Queen Victoria's jubilee in 1887, and the clock house was at one point a school for the poor children of the town.


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