The Cheltenham Original Brewery owned the Albion Inn. It was a licensed ale house and in 1891 and 1903 had an annual rateable value of £21.5s.0d.

The Albion Inn closed in 1967.

In December 2002 the property was put on the market for £265,000. It was described as ‘a spacious, unique, late 1800’s four double-bedroomed house situated near Waitrose Superstore. Gas central heating, uVPC double glazing, three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, new bathroom, double garage, off-road parking, walled sun terrace and garden.’

The building is now the Albion House Orthodontist Centre.

Landlords at the Albion Inn include:

1844 Ann M. Cleevelands (Albion Inn, Upper Alstone)

1856 T. Mills

1859 John White

1878 John Hawkins

1883 S. Hawkins

1885 Mrs Sophia Hawkins

1891 John Franklin Brown

1902 Mrs Knibb

1903 Christopher Stockwell

1906 William Reginald Smith

1919,1926 Edward John Acock

1927 Mrs Jane Acock

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