Vale of Belvoir Pubs

The Vale of Belvoir is blessed with some great pubs and inns, ranging from old-fashioned “spit and sawdust” style drinking pubs to high-brow gastropubs.

Whatever your taste you will find a delightful country pub which fits the bill and keeps you coming back for more.

As you might expect, every pub in the Vale of Belvoir has its strengths, with some being known for their music nights, others for their high-brow food.

Don’t forget that the Vale of Belvoir has lots of accommodation available, from high-end hotels like Langar Hall to a huge range of bed & breakfast options, as well as numerous self-catering cottages, glamping and camping offerings.

Base yourself in the Vale, visit tourist attractions like Belvoir Castle and The Engine Yard, walk some of our fabulous trails and footpaths, and then retire to one of these great pubs to rest and recuperate.

Pubs in the Vale of Belvoir

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The Nags Head, Harby

The Nags Head is a very popular village pub in Harby, in the heart of the Vale of Belvoir

The Dirty Duck, Woolsthorpe

Situated next to the Grantham Canal, The Dirty Duck has a nice indoor restaurant and bar area. It also has an extended outdoor seating area

The Gregory Arms

Rated 5.0 out of 5
The 4-star Gregory Arms lies within four miles of Grantham. Guests who stay in the hotel can park their car on site.

Chequers Inn

Rated 3.0 out of 5
The Chequers Inn is a popular local pub with excellent food and a lovely ambience.

The Welby Arms, Denton

Rated 5.0 out of 5
The Welby Arms in Denton is hidden away on Church Street but well signposted from the Main Street.

The Crown and Plough

The Crown and Plough
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The Crown and Plough is a lovely village pub with a friendly welcome.

The Geese and Fountain

The Geese and Fountain is a traditional, friendly village pub on the A607 between Grantham and Melton Mowbray in the village of Croxton Kerrial.

The Wheel

The Wheel is a nice country pub with a log burner and a cosy atmosphere.

The Anchor

Friendly village pub in Plungar village with two screens showing live sport.

The Crown Inn

The Crown Inn in Sproxton (pronounced sprowston) is a proper village pub which also offers rooms.

The Nags Head, Saltby

The Nags Head in Saltby is a very popular village pub, which also serves food.

The Welby Arms, Allington

The Welby Arms, Allington
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See also The Welby Arms, Denton. The Welby Arms in Allington is a popular village pub.

The Windmill Inn

The Windmill Inn
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Modern British dishes and pub classics in smart surrounds with leather seats and bare wood tables.

The Thorold

The Thorold Arms in Marston is a village pub with an excellent reputation for friendliness and good food and drink.

The Tap & Run

Upmarket celebrity-owned village pub and restaurant which finds the right balance between local and gastro.

The Manners Arms, Knipton

The Manners Arms is a famous pub in the village of Knipton, just South of Belvoir Castle. It is part of the estate. The Manners Arms is a country restaurant with rooms claiming pride of place in the heart of The Vale of Belvoir. Formerly a hunting lodge, built for the 6th Duke of Rutland […]

Durham Ox, Orston

Traditional country pub situated in the heart of the Vale of Belvoir. Offering a lovely cosy atmosphere while serving a range of real ales, fine wines and excellent home-cooked food.  Great beer garden with cosy pods to shelter from the great British summer! The Durham Ox is Family friendly and welcomes locals and passersby alike […]

Rose & Crown, Hose

As a proud, independent country pub, we embrace the important values in life. With fine food comes joy and contentment, with exceptional drink comes laughter and friendship. It’s a simple recipe for happiness! Innovation is at the heart of everything we do, our menu changes twice a season. We select excellent guest ales and wines, and we […]