I have found very little information on the Nags Head.
Fred Boughton in his book ‘Memories of Mitcheldean’ recalled the time in the early 20th century when the limestone quarries at Plump Hill were in operation and stone was hauled by horse and cart down the hill to Mitcheldean. He wrote, ‘Just on down the road was the old Point public house, and down the rocky hillside in front of the Point was the Nags Head. On a clear day there was a wonderful view from the Point. You could see the horseshoe bend in the Severn at Newnham and forty miles down the vale into Somerset. At Easter when the bore came up the Bristol Channel a crowd would stand at the point and watch the Severn six miles away at Newnham.’
John Jones was the owner of the Nags Head in 1891, a beer house which was free of brewery tie. The occupying landlord was David Simmons. The Simmons family had taken full ownership of the Nags Head in 1903 when Daniel Simmons was the owner and Moses Simmons was the landlord. The annual rateable value of the Nags Head was £15.0s.0d. Closing time was at 10 pm.
There seems to be no mention of the Nags Head after 1903, suggesting that it had closed by the time that the First World War had started in 1914.