There is a pub in Wiltshire that has a cave room and is regularly visited by peacocks.

The Flemish Weaver is a 17th century watering hole which is located on the High Street in Corsham.

Popular with locals as well as tourists, the pub is one of the oldest in the town and its quirky façade entices drinkers from all over the world.

Swindon Advertiser: Katrina has been at the pub for 15 months.Katrina has been at the pub for 15 months. (Image: The Flemish Weaver)

Katrina Jefferies has been the manager there for 15 months after spending 25 years in the pub business and admits The Flemish Weaver is unique.

“It is a very special pub as it is a family identity, not a corporate company and lots of us who work here all have known each other, even my daughter works here,” she said.

“I love being in a pub because I love working with different people and being able to create the vibe and atmosphere, making those connections so that people keep coming back.

Swindon Advertiser: The pub dates back to the 17th century.The pub dates back to the 17th century. (Image: The Flemish Weaver)

“The whole building is quirky and it feels like you are stepping back in history and it’s otherworldly.

“Our open fires and you can sit in the window seat and look down the High Street and you regularly see peacocks walking around.”

The pub has a rich history that dates back to the 17th century and there are still reminders of this today.

Swindon Advertiser: The pub is frequented by the local peacocks.The pub is frequented by the local peacocks. (Image: The Flemish Weaver)

“It started off as a dwelling in 1675 and became an inn in 1725 and remains very much how it was as we still have all of the fireplaces and an exposed original wall at the back,” said Katrina.

“It is very important to keep it as it is as this is history and our town is very historic so it's good to preserve the building.”

Amongst the pub’s features is a secret cavern room hidden away which has proved popular with punters.

Swindon Advertiser: Tourists come from all over the world to visit the pub.Tourists come from all over the world to visit the pub. (Image: The Flemish Weaver)

“We have our Cave Room which is a little room where we host private parties,” said Katrina.

“That’s really old and is very untouched, it has the feel of a traditional Spanish cave house.”

The 45-year-old also revealed that the pub is a popular tourist destination in the town and people travel from everywhere to try it out.

Swindon Advertiser: The town has many peacocks which regularly roam around.The town has many peacocks which regularly roam around. (Image: The Flemish Weaver)

“We get both regulars and tourists so we are really happy with that,” said Katrina.

“The tourists come because of Corsham’s history, we have had worldwide tourists including Americans, Japanese and German guys.

“It’s a good mixture of people wandering around on holiday and see the pub and decide to come in but then others actively seek us out.”