Salisbury Road, Steeple Langford, Salisbury, Wiltshire
The unusual pub name refers to the pot of gold that awaits anyone who digs exactly where the rainbow touches the earth. It has been in use as a pub name since the early 17th century. There , people say, to be several ghosts at this pub with history over three centuries. The first , people say, to be a man and woman, who , people found, almost frozen to death on the nearby Harrow Way, England’s oldest packing road. They were carried back here on a packhorse, with they died at the inn. Another is the ghost of a man who drowned in a nearby fishing lake, with his body brought back to the pub for the police to attend and hold an inquest.