As part of our social distancing promise we've reduced the number of tables available in our pub. We now have a new temporary booking policy, which requires all guests to book ahead of their visit. View our Pub Safe measures here.
We’ve reduced the number of tables available, this means all guests will be required to book before visiting the pub. For a short time once we re-open, we’ll be unable to accommodate any guests who haven't booked.
Perched atop the Birmingham Plateau in the tiny rural hamlet of Forhill just two miles south of historic Kings Norton this charming red brick former coaching inn is a hidden gem in the North Worcestershire countryside. A real country pub built in 1828 on the ancient Roman road of Icknield Street The Peacock Inn is a haven for walkers ramblers and cyclists exploring North Worcestershire yet less than 10 miles south of bustling central Birmingham. The 37 mile long North Worcestershire Path passes directly opposite The Peacock at Forhill Picnic Place taking in the beautiful rural Worcestershire landscape river valleys and dense woodland on the way to the Georgian riverside town of Bewdley home of the Severn Valley Railway. Just two miles north lies historic Kings Norton with attractive canalside walks and its medieval village green and 13th century church. Bordering King's Norton is the model village of Bournville and the famous Cadbury World experience.For tourists, ramblers and locals alike with its original oak beams stone floors and log fires The Peacock Inn offers the best of both worlds – plenty of space yet retaining a snug cosy ambience. It's the perfect way to savour traditional pub food and drink.