Pull up a seat by the warming log fire this winter and enjoy an evening with family, friends, great food and drink. We have found 8 homely pubs for you to visit…
Situated a stone’s throw from the city centre, bustling with shops, restaurants and plenty of entertainment is the Cock and Hoop pub. If you want an afternoon or evening of informal dining with a pint of ale and a plate of pub grub then this is the place to be! Going out in Nottingham centre doesn’t have to be pricey, pop along on a Wednesday for pie and a pint for only £10! In the cold weather the Cock and Hoop is perfect as you can grab a table by the fireplace – ooh toasty!
The Lincolnshire Poacher is a truly classic pub, renowned for their real ales and delicious home-cooked meals. There’s always something on at this pub, whether that be their Sunday night live music or their weekly meal discounts. Choose from up to a dozen different cask ales, or if you fancy something else you will be well catered for here. Gather your friends for a much-needed catch up together with great food and drink, an evening to remember!
On the outskirts of Nottingham you’ll find The Plough Inn, a proper English pub. Within minutes of being there you will be greeted with warm, friendly faces and be made to feel relaxed. Look over their menu and discover their mouth-watering homemade food and great selection of drinks. From a full English breakfast to lunch and Sunday roasts, The Plough has it all!
Meet Scruff, the pub dog! Why not bring your four-legged friends along with loved ones to this homely country pub. Whether it’s a delicious sandwich or a Sunday Roast, order a hearty meal and a drink and pull up a seat near the fireplace – mhmm cosy! After a relaxing afternoon you could take a stroll in the surrounding areas to finish the perfect day!
Pop in for a sandwich, wholesome meal or just a casual drink at the White Horse Inn in Ruddington. Not just a pub but a great place to host your events, from christenings, weddings, birthday and more. Enjoy high quality food and drink whilst enjoying time with loved ones in this contemporary pub set in the heart of Ruddington.
A traditional pub, offering a cosy venue to enjoy food, drinks and great company – come see it for yourself! Venture to the quaint village of Lambley and enjoy a meal out surrounded by stunning countryside views. If you are nearby on the weekend, drop by for a mouth-watering Sunday roast and if you have room, an award-winning dessert for afters. Later into the evening, join in on quiz night or a game of Sticky 13, from 7:30pm onward – such fun!
Whether you are a tourist or a local, we recommend you visit The Railway in Lowdham, a proper village pub! This historic gem has been around since 1876, a key part of the community. During the winter months pull up a seat near the snug fireplace with a hearty meal and a drink to hand. The award-winning pub is the perfect place to while away time with friends and family.
The Manvers Arms is a beautiful 18th century pub in Radcliffe on Trent; serving delicious home-cooked food, from traditional dishes to pub classics with a twist – delicious! Priding themselves on their range of cask ales, including house favourites and rotating guest ales. Not to mention, this is another dog-friendly pub for you and your pooch to visit on your next adventure. Gather around the open fire and enjoy a relaxed time with friends on those colder evenings. Pop down on an evening for some great live music every Thursday night.