The Pug & Greyhound

The Pug & Greyhound


0.5 miles
14 London Road, Great Glen, LE8 9GF

Formerly The Greyhound Pub, The Pug & Greyhound has been standing for over 400 years and is now owned by Pug Pubs, who’ve put their own unique twist on the place. The team treasures the national institution that is the Great British pub and strives to keep its values alive through great food, all your favourite drinks, and seven lovely guest bedrooms. Continental breakfasts are available throughout the week, and you can enjoy a cooked breakfast every weekend. The pub also does a great cup of coffee, so you can start your day the right way.

For three delectable courses plump for the homemade free-range Scotch egg with crispy bacon, confit tomatoes and brown sauce, followed by slow-cooked brisket of beef with Bourbon barbecue sauce, honey and mustard slaw, triple-cooked chips and three onion rings, and finish with hot chocolate fondant, kirsch cherries and pistachio ice cream. If you’re having a few drinks with friends and fancy a snack, try one of the sharing and grazing options, such as the baked Camembert board or tapas board. Many of the dishes are gluten free or can be made using gluten-free alternatives, and plenty of vegetarian dishes are available too. To accompany your meal, choose from a range of wine, fizz or gin. On sunny days, the outdoor bar and barbecue provides the perfect opportunity for refreshment and al fresco dining. 

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