Pubs

The Bramley Apple Inn

Pub accommodation in the heart of Southwell

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The Hearty Goodfellow

Simple, home-cooked food with dishes ranging from homemade Hearty Burgers, fresh fish and chips and rustic pies with creamy mash and vegetables.

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Admiral Rodney Hotel

Eat and drink in the centre of Southwell, inside or out in the newly refurbished courtyard

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The Bromley Arms

Located next to the River Trent in the beautiful village of Fiskerton, this newly refurbished traditional pub serves all day from 11.30am

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The Crown at Rolleston

Situated within 10 minutes of both Southwell and Newark on Trent, The Crown at Rolleston is in the perfect location for those looking for a quiet drink, or a quiet place to stay. A traditional real ale pub, The Crown at Rolleston has joined forces with Gurkha One to bring something different to the area,… Read more »

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The Final Whistle

The Final Whistle in Southwell has offically opened with a 1920′s style railway platform, one of the key new features of the £250,000 refurbishment. Formerly the Newcastle Arms, The Final Whistle has undergone a complete make–over and refurbishment to mark a new beginning for the Real Ale pub. Amongst the many period features restored at… Read more »

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The Old Coach House

The Old Coach House, located in the historic town of Southwell, best known as the site of Southwell Minster, the seat of the Church of England diocese that covers Nottinghamshire. The town lies on the River Greet, approximately 14 miles (22 km) northeast of Nottingham. In addition to the Minster (the cathedral and parish church… Read more »

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