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Royal William IV

Traditional0.2 miles 1 Brayford Wharf LN1 1YX

Royal William IV is a true pub at heart, where guests can come together to enjoy traditional British pub fare in one of the oldest edifices on Lincoln’s Brayford Waterfront. The pub’s comfortable, homely interior instantly makes guests feel relaxed and is enhanced by the friendly front-of-house team and dedicated kitchen briga...

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Duke William Hotel

Traditional0.4 miles 44 Bailgate LN1 3AP

The Duke William Hotel, situated in the Bailgate area of Lincoln, is a well-loved pub that’s recently been completely refurbished to create a stylish and comfortable environment. It’s situated a stone’s throw away from The Castle and Lincoln Cathedral and there are a plethora of independent shops and eateries near by. The pu...

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The Ferry Boat

Traditional2.8 miles 4 High Street LN4 1AZ

The Ferry Boat is an historic, top-notch watering hole situated in the village of Washingborough. River Witham used to run alongside the pub and the old landlord purportedly ran a ferry service for those wishing to cross the river, hence the pub’s name. Built in the 17th century, it boasts original features such as oak beams and...

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The Royal Oak

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.8 miles High Street Collingham NG23 7LB

This traditional village restaurant cooks hearty British food in picturesque surroundings, making it not only the best place to go for a pint, but also the best place for celebrations or romantic meals. Hit with a tempting aroma as soon as you enter, you'll want to order everything on the menu. I chose king prawns in a Pernod sauce t...

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The Square and Compass

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.4 miles Eastgate NG23 6RN

North Nottinghamshire should be proud of The Square & Compass, for it's the epitome of a great British country pub - low exposed beams, large open fire and a warm and inviting ambience. The pub is located on the edge of the picturesque village of Normanton-on-Trent, and draws customers from all over the north of the county. It...

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Blue Bell Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.4 miles Low Street East Drayton DN22 0LN

With its unique tartan carpet, open fireplace and classic decor, the Blue Bell Inn conveys a real sense of tradition. In summer, the outdoor seating area is the ideal spot for a home-cooked family meal or for savouring something from the selection of real ales, lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. Try the reasonably priced rustic...

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Lord Nelson

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.3 miles Gainsborough Road Winthorpe NG24 2NN

The Lord Nelson is situated slightly off the beaten track in the pretty village of Winthorpe. Owners Scott and Caroline Young offer the warmest of welcomes at this beautiful grade-II-listed building. Leather sofas next to a roaring log fire provide the perfect place to peruse the menu, while wooden floors and contemporary furnishing...

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The Willow Tree

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.8 miles Front Street Barnby in the Willows NG24 2SA

A warm welcome awaits you from owners Kathryn and Brett at The Willow Tree, near Newark on Trent. Within easy reach of the A1 and A17, this 18th-Century, oak-beamed English village free house serves traditional cask-conditioned ales and high-quality, freshly prepared food. No matter when you visit, Kathryn will be there to look a...

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Waggon & Horses

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.6 miles 57 High Street NG32 3DR

If you happen to be passing between Grantham and Newark, make sure you stop off at The Waggon & Horses in Caythorpe. This family-oriented village pub - complete with crackling open fires and traditional features - offers a great range of alcoholic and soft beverages as well as regularly changing cask ales, such as the award-winn...

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Tynemill Pubs - Fox & Crown

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.3 miles 4/6 Appletongate Newark NG24 1JY

When you're in Nottingham or Newark you're never far from a Tynemill pub. The company was established back in 1977 in Newark and still operates the Fox & Crown in the town. Now with new headquarters at Castle Rock Brewery in the centre of Nottingham the company has built an excellent reputation for not only delivering quality food an...

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The Prince Rupert

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.5 miles 46 Stodman Street NG24 1AW

Dating back to the 15th Century and lovingly restored to its former splendour, The Prince Rupert oozes character. The pub has some great dining areas, from the light and airy orangery through to the beamed rooms upstairs, and you can even dine alfresco in the courtyard garden. These charming surroundings are only surpassed by th...

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The Dovecote Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.8 miles Laxon NG22 0SX

9pm In the heart of north Nottinghamshire lies Laxton, an oasis of history with an age-old farming system dating back to medieval times. The village is home to just 100 households and a much-loved village inn, which receives visitors in droves. Quintessentially English, The Dovecote Inn is a warm cottage-style home from home with be...

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The Brownlow Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.8 miles Grantham Road Hough-on-the-Hill NG32 2AZ

Nestled in the heart of picturesque Hough-on-the-Hill, this 17th-Century inn offers an opportunity to soak up the history and beauty of the Lincolnshire countryside. The atmosphere is that of an intimate country house - the oak panelling and grand stone fireplaces topped with enormous beamed lintels sit beautifully alongside the ant...

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The Plough Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.9 miles Main Street Caunton NG23 6AB

Situated about seven miles outside Newark, The Plough Inn is central to village life and popular with locals. Enthusiastic new owners Matt and Rachel are proud of their pub - they have worked hard to retain its original character whilst adding their own modern touches to the decor. The pair, along with their talented head chef D...

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The Kings Head, Tealby

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.3 miles 11 Kingsway Tealby LN8 3YA

The Kings Head of Tealby is a beautiful destination gastropub in a quiet country village. The building itself has a long and colourful history which dates back as far as 1367, and it is rumoured to be the oldest thatched pub in Lincolnshire. Although the pub looks quaint and rustic from the outside, the interior is modern and stylis...

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