7 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4
About this place
A quintessential English country pub that also happens to serve rather delicious food. Nestled twixt the three counties of Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire in the unspoilt and stunning Vale of Belvoir, with views up to the ancestral home of the Duke of Rutland, Belvoir Castle.
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Village pubs don't come much better. Quintessentially English pub serving exceptional food. Great array of beers, lagers. Regularly Dining Pub of the Year.
Great service in lovely surroundings with a proper village pub at the front and restaurants and private rooms behind.
For delicious food, a cosy atmosphere in a lovely village, visit this charming pub.
Fabulous food, great beer garden this traditional English Pub is perfect for lunch or dinner.
Lovely village pub/restaurant - great selection of wines/gins in bar. Fab restaurant.
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“Belvoir Castle’s history dates back to the eleventh century. It is the ancestral home of the Duke of Rutland, where the family have lived in an unbroken line for almost a thousand years. Crowning a hill, the Castle’s turrets and towers rise over the Vale of Belvoir like an illustration in a romantic fairy-tale. The name Belvoir – meaning ‘beautiful view’ in French, and pronounced today as ‘beaver’ – dates back to Norman times. Four castles have stood on this spot since 1067, and it’s a pretty perfect location for a fortified castle. Looking over the battlements from the North Terrace of the current Castle, you can see for miles over the counties of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire. And on a clear day, you can even see Lincoln Cathedral, some 30 miles to the North East.”
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