Full Guide to North Notts Pubs
- Duke William
A small country inn situated in the popular village of Askham near Retford. The contemporary decorations give the two roomed pub a feeling of space. There is an under cover seating area outside. The pub is set up for dining in both rooms and is fast getting a good reputation serving British and continental cuisine. Two real ales, usually local breweries, are available.
- Duke William Town Street Askham NG22 0RS (01777) 838564
- Barnby Moor
- Olde Bell Hotel
Great North Road
This is one of the best hotels in the area and a popular venue for weddings and functions. Cask ale is always available.
- White Horse Inn
Great North Road
This attractive village pub situated at the side of the A638 has a spacious lounge bar with separate dining area and a smaller public bar area that now houses a large-screen TV for sport. Timothy Taylor Landlord plus two changing Cask beers are available. Quality food is served in comfortable surroundings and there is a nice seating area outside
- Olde Bell Hotel Great North Road Barnby Moor DN22 8QS ku.oc.letoh-llebedloey@seiriuqne(01777) 705121
- Angel Inn
An old coaching Inn dating back to the 12th century that radiates charm and character. The large car park, once the stable yard, is entered through an archway that connects the pub building to the old stables. The interior is quite spacious, but being divided into a number of separate areas, provides an intimate setting and cosy feel more associated with a smaller pub. The pub also supports a large beer garden and is well known locally for its traditional home cooked food.
- Red Hart
An attractive village pub situated in the centre of Blyth. The pub has a reasonably large lounge, a traditional tap room, an attractive dining room and an outside seating area. The walls in the lounge are decorated with photographs and paintings from nearby locations. Three changing guest beers on the bar and food is served daily in both the lounge and the dining room. There is a pool table in the bar and a television for sport.
- White Swan
An attractive traditional village pub, formally known as the White Swan Inn, located in the heart of the village. The bar serves a generally open lounge which has a real log fire and several recessed areas in which to relax. Quiz night on Sundays.
- Angel Inn Bawtry Road Blyth S81 8HG moc.tcennoctb@htylbnnilegna(01909) 591213
- Harrow Inn
Nice , family friendly pub set in the nottinghamshire countryside
- Harrow Inn Tuxford Road Boughton NG22 9JZ moc.kooltuo@62eihtamluap(01623) 860218
- Carlton in Lindrick
- Grey Horses Inn
Carlton in Lindrick
The Grey Horses is situated in the heart of the village within the conservation area, has a front bar accessible from the street, a large lounge area where excellent food is served and a large beer garden. The pub serves six real ales with two/three beers usually from Welbeck Abbey brewery and three/four guest beers from local breweries. Monday night is quiz night. The pub, a past winner of North Notts CAMRA POTS, always has a welcoming atmosphere.
- Grey Horses Inn The Cross Carlton in Lindrick S81 9EW (01909) 730252
- Church Laneham
- Ferryboat Inn
Friendly Trent side pub with open plan bar area with television, separate dining room, a conservatory and outside seating. Abbot Ale and Dancing Dragonfly are the regular real ales plus two guest beers usually from local breweries and there is an extensive, reasonably priced menu. In a summer people from the nearby caravan park often frequent the pub and it can get busy. It is not unusual for the river Trent to flood opposite the pub.
- Ferryboat Inn Church Laneham Church Laneham DN22 0NQ ku.oc.buptaobyrref@ofni(01777) 228350
- Kings Arms
Two/three changing ales, often from local breweries. A quiet pub well run by an enthusiastic couple, well supported by locals and situated three miles from Retford. Food is served in the lounge area and there is also a separate conservatory restaurant. Outside is a pleasant seating area. The pub supports local events and good causes and has previously received a North Notts CAMRA Pub of the Season award.
- Kings Arms Main Street Clarborough DN22 9LN moc.liamg@hguorobralcsmrasgniK(01777) 708845
- Brewers Arms
This is a well run friendly village pub that extends a warm ambiance that makes you feel welcome. Frequented mainly by locals, a little gem, well worth visiting and serving two real ales and excellent food. The pub has a large collection of water jugs for spirits.
- Brewers Arms Town Street Clayworth DN22 9AD ku.oc.htrowyalcsmrasrewerb@anig(01777) 816107
- Dunham on Trent
- White Swan
Dunham on Trent
An attractive village pub at the side of the A57 and close to the River Trent. The pub has a separate bar, a reasonably-sized dining room and a function room. Pheasantry PA is the regular beer and there are two changing real ales usually from local breweries. Outside there is ample seating, a large children's play area plus the pub has its own fishing lake and camping and caravan park.
- White Swan Main Street Dunham on Trent NG22 0TY moc.loa@mahnudnawsetihw(01777) 228307
- East Drayton
- Blue Bell
Traditional village inn serving home cooked food in warm, inviting surroundings.Two regular real ales and one guest ale available
- Blue Bell Low Street East Drayton DN22 0LN (01777) 249469
- East Markham
- Bad Apple Bar
Rosedene Farm, Mark Lane
This is the tap for the Scrumpy Wasp Cider Mill located on the Rosedene Farm at East Markham and is definitely one for cider lovers, however, one/two hand pulled beers from local breweries, bottled beer, lager and a good selection of wines and spirits are also available. The interior of the Bad Apple is not large but there is a good sized outside seating area.
- Queen's Hotel
Situated on the main street, this cosy pub has a friendly atmosphere enhanced by an open fire in winter. The bar with six real ales serves the seated area with television and the dining areas. Food ranges from hot and cold snacks to full home-cooked meals. There is a large garden area at the rear of the car park. Quiz night is Sunday. The Queens Hotel has received several North Notts CAMRA awards.
- Bad Apple Bar Rosedene Farm, Mark Lane East Markham NG22 0QU ku.oc.psawypmurcs@mit07771 703370
- Old Plough Inn
Friendly restaurant, refurbished to a high standard with a separate drinking area - drinking at the bar is discouraged. There is a house beer called Old Plough Best Bitter.
- Old Plough Inn Main Street Egmanton NG22 0EZ (01777) 870857
- Blacksmith's Arms
A regular winner of local CAMRA Pub of the Season awards, this 18th-century free house stands at the heart of the village. There are normally four real ales available
- Sun Inn
This pub has been extensively refurbished in 2017. There are several different areas to the pub including the outside which has extensive seating, a fire pit for warmth, a separate bar and a play area for smaller children. The inside areas are mainly set out for eating but there is a room with a pool table. Booking is advisable for eating. Black Sheep Best Bitter and 2 rotating guest beers, usually a local brewery.
- Blacksmith's Arms Church Street Everton DN10 5BQ (01777) 818822
- Trent Port
This is an eating pub on the banks of the River Trent just on the Nottinghamshire border. it serves 2 real ales
- Trent Port Ramper Road Gainsborough DN21 1NE (01427) 612026
- Gringley on the Hill
- Blue Bell Inn
Gringley on the Hill
The Blue Bell is a traditional country pub, around 300 years old. A single entrance door off the High Street leads to two large rooms served by one bar, with a warming open fire for winter days. Three real ales are available. The local morris men can often be seen dancing outside the pub on bank holidays. Food is served Sunday lunchtime and in the evenings. A discount is given to card carrying camra members. A large childrens play area to the rear of the pub.Beer and music festivals are also run
- Blue Bell Inn High Street Gringley on the Hill DN10 4RF moc.liamg@yelgnirgllebeht(01777) 816303
- Blacksmiths Arms
This popular pub is situated in the old part of Harworth opposite the church. It has two regular ales available plus a good selection of other beers and spirits. Good quality food is served daily.
117 Bawtry Road, Harworth
A large two roomed pub situated on a main road through the village. The pub has a comfortable lounge and a games room offering pool and darts.
- Blacksmiths Arms Main Street Harworth DN11 8LB (01302) 742344
- High Marnham
- Brownlow Arms
A friendly rural pub on the Trent side serving two regular and one/two changing guest beers. An extensive menu is available with reasonably priced meals. The front part of the pub is open plan and there is also a room to the side. There is outside seating and it has its own adjacent caravan and camping park, a children's play park and fishing is also available. There are still signs of the old skittle alley. For the energetic there are walks along the Trent banks. The pub is within easy access of Retford, Lincoln and Newark.
- Brownlow Arms Ferry Road High Marnham NG23 6SG ku.oc.smrawolnworbeht@ofni(01636) 822505
- Bees Knees
A quirky country pub, converted from a former shop, with three small rooms and some outside seating. The popular pub is well supported by locals, serves three regular real ales and three rotating guest beers. A stout or porter is usually available. Over one hundred and eighty gins are available and excellent food (booking recommended). Quiz night Wednesdays and Jazz first Sunday of the month. The pub has received North Notts CAMRA awards.
- Bees Knees Main Street Laneham DN22 0NA moc.duolci@bupseenkseeb(01777) 228090
- Dovecote Inn
This traditional Inn, situated in the centre of Laxton, a village known for having the last remaining working open field farming system in the country. The pub boasts four cosy dining areas and a drinking area near the entrance. One regular and two changing ales are usually available. There is a large beer garden that overlooks part of the village and Laxton's Visitor Centre is accessed from the pub car park.
- Dovecote Inn Cross Hill Laxton NG22 0SX moc.nnietocevodeht@olleh(01777) 871586
- Bluebell Inn
A traditional village pub with three letting rooms. The pub has a lounge bar where food is served and a tap room with a pool table. Three changing real ales, usually local breweries, are served. The pub has gained a good reputation for the quality of the food and the beers. Outside there is a large car park and a fenced and partly covered seating area. Wednesday night is quiz night.
- Bluebell Inn Town Street Lound DN22 8RN (01777) 818457
- Markham Moor
- Markham Moor Inn
Old Great North Road
Set just off the A1 at Markham Moor, this 300 year old inn has built up a good reputation for fine dining.
- Markham Moor Inn Old Great North Road Markham Moor DN22 0QU (01777) 838229
- Angel Inn
This village pub, though difficult to find for strangers is well worth the effort. There is always a friendly greeting when you walk in a a pleasant atmosphere. The beers are well kept and there is an excellent menu for diners. There is a separate dining area and accommodation is available as the pub is close at hand for Robin Hood Airport. The Angel won the Autumn Pub of the Season 2013 from North Notts CAMRA.
- White Horse Inn
A pleasant pub and restaurant situated in the heart of the village which serves excellent food and beverages. There are normally two real ales available
- Angel Inn Dame Lane Misson DN10 6EB moc.liamg@nnilegna07387 711761
- Haxey Gate Inn
Occupying an idyllic position beside an ancient bridge over the River Idle, the Haxey Gate Inn is a friendly local specialising in good, wholesome, reasonably priced food and well-kept beer. Diners can enjoy their refreshments throughout the inn, but the front-facing conservatory is popular, with plenty of seating. A choice of four real ales, often from local breweries, are available. Golfers can also enjoy a game on the adjacent course.
- Red Hart Inn
2 Church Street
This pub has recently been refurbished to a high standard.
- Haxey Gate Inn Haxey Road Misterton DN10 4BA ku.oc.etagyexaheht@ofni(01427) 890746
- Ship Inn
This pub is located on the northern edge of North Nottinghamshire. Mainly a food based pub that has regular theme based events. The large outdoor area has seating for 100 people and there is also a play area that includes crazy golf. Doncaster petanque club are based here.
- Ship Inn Newington DN10 6DJ (01302) 710334
- North Leverton
- Royal Oak
A decent sized open plan pub which is very popular with the local community
- Royal Oak Main Street North Leverton DN22 0AD (01427) 880455
- King William IV
A relaxed friendly, food orientated pub that offers pub meals within comfortable surroundings. It is family friendly with indoor toddler and outdoor play areas.
- King William IV Blyth Road Oldcotes S81 8HU (01909) 730225
Located just off the A616 at Ollerton roundabout, opening in November 2015. This is a large open plan pub, carvery and restaurant. There is a large outdoor seating area and childrens' play areas both inside and out. Three real ales plus a wide selection of other drinks are available;
- Hop Pole Hotel
Samual Smith's owned hotel which serves their usual selection of beers and spirits. Bottle conditioned beers are available as is fine food.
- Alders Worksop Road Ollerton NG22 9DR (01623) 272055
- Eyre Arms
Recently refurbished pub situated in the centre of the village. The front bar area has a pool table, real fire and comfortable seating. A rear room acts as a dining area where lunchtime and evening meals are served. One bar serves all areas, with three changing real ales available. Outside is a large beer garden for sunny days.
- Eyre Arms Main Street Rampton DN22 0HR email@example.com(01777) 248771
- Chequers Inn
Old Blyth Road
This pub is in Ranby village just off of the A620, midway between Worksop and Retford. Food is served all day and there is a very well stocked bar . Two real ales are available on draught as well as several bottled craft beers. Food is available all day and it is proving to be a very popular . Situated next to the canal it is in an idyllic setting It has been shortlisted for the BBC Countryfile awards 2019
- Chequers Inn Old Blyth Road Ranby DN22 8HT (01777) 709090
- Blue Bell
Great North Road
Village local, central bar serving rooms to either side, there is one regular real ale. the pub has recently been refurbished to a good standard
- Blue Bell Great North Road Ranskill DN22 8NJ (01777) 817952
- Albertos Bar
29-31 Albert Road
Formerly the Albert Hotel, laying just off the town centre with easy access to both rail and bus stations. Live sport shown on TV, table football and pool tables. Steak house and breakfasts to be available from September 2017. One changing beer.
- Beer Under The Clock
3 Town Hall Yard
A small friendly pub(formerly BeerHeadZ), serving five rotating real ales that usuall includes a dark beer and a bitter, three ciders, an extensive range of bottled beers and cans and a limited amount of wines and spirits. The beers, often one offs from near and far, are kept in excellent condition and served in oversized glasses. In good weather there is some outside seating. As BeerHeadZ many CAMRA awards were won iincluding Nottinghamshire POTY and BUTC collected its first CAMRA award Autumn 2021 POTS and has recently been voted North Notts POTY 2022.
- Black Boy Inn
A traditional pub just off the town centre with a good regular trade. This cosy open plan pub shows live sport on tv, has a dart board, a comfortable smoking area and some outside seating. The pub was refurbished during the Coronavirus pandemic. Three changing real ales are normally available which are sourced from local breweries and are reasonably priced. Visitors are always made welcome in this cosy hostelry.
- Brew Shed
The Brew Shed is the tap for the Harrison's Brewery which is situated in the yard close by. After the move from next door in 2018, the pub quadrupled in size and now consists of an open plan L shaped room upstairs which is at street level and a smaller downstairs room that leads onto the large canal side patio. Five/seven Harrison Brewery beers and up to two guests all on hand pull are the usual fare along with a variety of kegs, a good selection of gins, other spirits and wines and real cider is available. The pub is gaining a reputation for good food. The Brew Shed has won local CAMRA awards including Notts POTY 2019.
- Brick & Tile Inn
A busy, recently refurbished (as of June 2018), pub with a regular trade situated on the main road going out of Retford to Gainsborough. There is a choice of a Timothy Taylor beer plus three rotating real ales, one often from a local brewery. The pub has a sports room with a pool table and several televisions showing sport and there is a quieter best room. Outside is a beer garden. Accommodation is available.
- Clumber Inn
Mid village local, situated on a housing estate selling 2 real ales. Recently modernised with a very pleasant, if sometimes noisy, environment. A marquee is available for functions and there are often community based events taking place. A large outside seating area at the front and large parking areas to the sides. Traditional pub games take place.
- Dominie Cross
38 Grove Street
This former car showroom, garage and Netto supermarket is now a Wetherspoon's Lloyds No.1 and is attractively decorated with old photographs of Retford on the walls. There is a choice of seating areas, from quiet little corners to a raised area that commands a good view of the bar. There is a large heated area outside where smoking is permitted. Doom Bar, Abbot and Ruddles are the usual real ales plus 3 rotating guests, the nationwide Wetherspoon's beer and cider festivals are held as well as occasional beer festivals with local breweries. Children are allowed in certain areas and at certain times. The main Retford Market Square and newly refurbished bus station are close by.
- Galway Arms
Just 250 metres from Retford Market Square, this pub has a pleasant atmosphere with friendly service and serves 2 rotating real ales. The interior is split into four separate areas with two bars - large plasma TVs showing all the main sporting events. There is also a quaint snug area with seating for up to 12 people and a large outdoor seating area. Live music most Fridays and Saturdays. The pub serves breakfasts at the weekend and Sunday lunch.
- Gate Inn
All Hallows Street
Friendly, open plan, comfortable pub attracting mainly local clientele and serving a good selection of beers, wines and spirits. 2 real ales available from the Marston's range. Outside there is a large car park and a sizeable, well furnished, beer garden and children's play area.
- Hop Pole
96 Welham Road
After a lengthy closure this pub has reopened under new management.
- Idle Valley Tap
This friendly hostelry welcomes dogs, children and well behaved people. The one room pub has a pool table and dart board away from the bar and the outside space has been utilised to a maximum with seating that attracts large numbers in fine weather. Up to seven real ales available along with keg beers, bottled beers, lagers, gins, wines and spirits. There are occasional events such as bands and there are often food vans outside. CAMRA members get a 10p discount and there is a 50p discount between 4 and 6pm (Monday to Friday) available to all drinkers on cask beers.
- King & Miller
A very popular eating place located on the outskirts of Retford . Sharp's Doom Bar is available.
- Olde Sun Inn
Popular town centre pub situated close to the Cannon. An L shaped open plan pub refurbished in April 2018 serving 2 real ales. Photos of retford past are hung on the walls. There are tvs for watching sport, a pool table and a large beer garden to the rear.
- Retford Liberal Club
6 Beardsall's Row
Situated close to the bus station this small club has two excellent snooker tables .There is one cask beer available .
- Ship Inn
The pub has reverted back to its original name of The Ship Inn and has undergone an extensive upgrade. There are two rooms, the main one is on different levels and is the area for drinking and playing pool, the other room is the dining area serving food. Three Bateman's beer are available. The large under cover outside seating area has tvs and a stage for bands. The back gates are a feature of the pub made from donated tools by a local craftsman.
- Spencers on the Square
20 The Square
Situated in the heart of Retford this establishment offers dining and drinking in a luxurious setting. There are various dining promotions on offer and a very well stocked bar catering for all tastes. there is always at least one real ale available ( usually Pheasantry or Wellbeck Abbey) and alcohol free beer and gin. Bar of the year winner, 2019 North Notts Food and Drinks Awards
- Sun Inn
This pub has recently had a major refurbishment and no expense has been spared. There is a large external seating area with a fire pit and an Airstream bar, inside there is seating for 80 diners plus a bar area. There is an excellent selection of wines and spirits plus 3 real ales.
- Turks Head
39 Grove Street
Situated close to the main Market Square, entry to this pub is via two large oak doors, which both lead into an open-plan area served by an L-shaped bar. The room features oak panelling and has a warming open fires. Many of the original 1930's features are still in place, bell pushes and hand beaten copper hoods over the fires. The traditional game of Hook the Ring is available and 4/5 real ales are available. There is a decent sized outdoor seating area behind the pub.
- West Retford Hotel
24 North Road
Highly rated hotel, a popular venue for weddings and functions. There is normally one real ale available plus other beers , wines and spirits
- White Lion
35 West Street
A deceptively large L shaped open plan pub with a large beer garden. The pub has been under the present ownership since December 2019. On a Saturday the pub serves breakfast and on a Sunday it serves roasts. There is a pool table and a quiz is held every Thursday night. Live music features occasionally.
- Whitehouses Inn
A restaurant rather than a pub. Drinkers are not welcomed and have been turned away as eaters are preferred to drinkers. One of the signs saying a traditional pub as been removed.
- Albertos Bar 29-31 Albert Road Retford DN22 6JB 07540 931044
- Woodhouse Inn
Traditional family pub adjacent to The Chesterfield Canal located within the quiet community village of Rhodesia . This three roomed hostelry has recently undergone a major refurbishment. there is one regular real ale and two changing (locally sourced) ales plus an excellent selection of other beers and spirits.
- Woodhouse Inn Shireoaks Road Rhodesia S80 3HD (01909) 475358
- King William
This pub, known to locals as the King Billy, stands in a small village just off the main Bawtry to Gainborough road. The pub consists of a bar, restaurant and snug. There are 3 changing hand pull beers, Theakston's Best is a favourite and there is often a locale. A growing reputation for good food and beer means the pub is often busy and it is wise to book if dining. Outside there is a play area for children and seating.
- King William Scaftworth DN10 6BL (01302) 710292
- Pilgrim Fathers
Great North Road
This is an attractive pub situated in the Historic village of Scrooby. Very popular for dining.There is a large selection of beers and spirits and two Real ales are normally available
- Pilgrim Fathers Great North Road Scrooby DN10 6AT ku.oc.sekactseb@selas(01302) 710740
- Hewett Arms
The pub is situated on the outskirts of the village close to a fishing lake , The opening hours are not set in stone. There are two cask ales available.
- Hewett Arms Thorpe Lane Shireoaks S81 8LT (01909) 500979
- South Leverton
- Plough Inn
You could drive through the village and not see this pub situated opposite the village hall, but then you would miss out on a little gem. The small, two roomed local is an old fashioned style pub where everybody is made welcome and some of the seating appears to be old church pews. There is a large amount of seating outside. Two rotating guest beers, usually local breweries.
- Plough Inn Town Street South Leverton DN22 0BT (01427) 880323
- Sturton Le Steeple
- Reindeer Inn
Sturton Le Steeple
This a well kept village pub catering for the locals. A friendly atmosphere and the pub is clean and tidy
- Reindeer Inn Church Street Sturton Le Steeple DN22 9HQ moc.liamtoh@notrutsnnireedniereht(01427) 880298
- Sutton Cum Lound
- Gate Inn
40 Town Street
Sutton Cum Lound
This village pub re-opened in 2014 after a massive but tasteful refurbishment which completely transformed the pub. The main part of this open plan pub is for food but it does have a separate drinking area as well as outside seating. Three changing beers are served such as Black Sheep Bitter, Timothy Taylor's Landlord and Kelham Island Pale Rider. The food quality is excellent and the beers well kept.
- Gate Inn 40 Town Street Sutton Cum Lound DN22 8PT ku.oc.nni-etag-eht@ofni07717 539853
- Fountain Hotel
155 Lincoln Road
This pub is a shock to the system when you walk in. It is tastefully decorated and spotlessly clean. The pub has two rooms plus a conservatory and there is a large outside area which includes a children's play area. A wide range of meals is on offer..
- Fountain Hotel 155 Lincoln Road Tuxford NG22 0JQ (01777) 872854
- Fox & Hounds
This is now the only pub in the village, situated off the main road through to Misterton.
- Fox & Hounds Stockwith Road Walkeringham DN10 4JD (01427) 890389
- Maypole Inn
moc.nnielopyam@ofni0333 123 1776
This was formerly the Durham Ox. The building underwent a massive refurbishment and had extra letting rooms added to this upper echelon eating establishment. The staff are very welcoming. There is ample car parking and a sizable smoking area
- Olde Red Lion
This 400-year-old village pub is situated on the village green with its maypole and the pub participates in a large event on May Day. The traditional wood-beamed interior includes a restaurant, lounge and bar areas. Photographs and maps depicting the history of the village are on the walls. Good food and three real ales are available, Olde Lion Ale and two rotating guest beers. Situated close to Rufford Park, Sherwood Forest and Clumber Park.
- Maypole Inn Newark Road Wellow NG22 0EA moc.nnielopyam@ofni0333 123 1776
- West Stockwith
- Waterfront Inn
A pleasant pub ( overlooking the marina ) with a warm and friendly atmosphere which serves quality food and drinks. Thera are usually three cask ales available.
- White Hart
A popular country pub close to the River Trent, Chesterfield Canal and West Stockwith Marina. One bar serves the open plan pub which has bar, lounge and dining areas. The Idle Brewery is situated in at the side of the pub in outbuildings and the range of seven real ales are changing beers usually from the Idle Brewery. The area is especially busy during the summer, due to the canal and river traffic.
- Waterfront Inn Canal Lane West Stockwith DN10 4ET (01427) 891223
- Ashley Hotel
This pub is in the Hungry Horse chain belonging to Greene King. Very popular eatery serving a good selection of drinks including two real ales.
408 Carlton Road
A very busy pub that also serves meals, there is normally at least one real ale on offer.
- Dukeries Brewery Tap
18 Newcastle Avenue
The bar and micro brewery are located in the same building in Worksop town centre, there are usually five real ales available plus a selection of ciders ,lager, spirits etc, normally Dukeries but occasionally guest ales are featured. Live music is featured on Friday and Saturday evenings. There are occasional private events so it is advisable to phone up before visiting.
- Fuggle's Chapter One
20, Park Street
A modern tasteful refurbishment to this L shaped single roomed little ale house that serves quality real ales from the Fuggle Bunny Brew House, specialised gins, spirits and wine. Opened 18th August 2017 and is now firmly established attracting a cosmopolitan clientele. The three real ales rotate but are always from Fuggle Bunny. The pub is ideally situated if you have visited the cinema. Please note the opening times.
1 Prospect Precinct, Gloucester Road
This establishment is a typical 1970s estate pub, with two rooms downstairs ( only the main bar on the roght hand side is in regular use) plus a large function room upstairs. There is normally one Marston's cask beer available
- Liquorice Gardens
1A Newcastle Street
This friendly Wetherspoons pub, located just off the town centre is a popular venue for the older generation at lunchtime and with the younger element in the evening. The pub has gained a good reputation for its real ales and there are usually seven real ales on at all times, often a dark beer, plus a vast selection of ciders and craft beers. There are several Beer Festivals each year.
- Lock Keeper
A popular family based pub serving good food and real ale from the Marston's portfolio. The pub stands at the side of the Chesterfield canal and has recently had a 39 room lodge added for accommodation. As well as the comfortable interior there is outside seating and a children's play area.
- Mac & Co.
1-3 Bridge Place
A popular town centre pub serving a good selection of wines, spirits, lagers and beers, two real ales are usually available. There is live music on Friday and Saturday evenings
Formerly the Worksop station buffet, the Mallard is situated in the railway station buildings, with access from the car park. The pub offers a warm welcome as well as four changing real ales, usually a dark beer and a bitter are available, two ciders minimum, a selection of foreign bottled beers, country fruit wines and specialist gins. The cosy main room is not very big but there is a further room available downstairs for special occasions - such as the four beer festivals the pub holds each year. June 2015 saw the announcement of the Mallard winning Nottinghamshire CAMRA Pub of the Year and the pub has received numerous awards from North Notts CAMRA.
- Malt House
1-3 Potter Street
This cosy pub situated opposite Worksop Town Hall opened it's doors for business on 20/11/2019 and is a most welcome addition to the Worksop drinking scene. It is the brewery tap for the Grafton Brewery and will showcase their fine ales. La Roca Tapas Bar also operate on the same premises.
194 Newcastle Avenue
After being closed for some months this pub has undergone a tasteful refurbishment and reopened for business on Monday 16th September.
- Romans Rest
Celtic Point Retail Park, Raymoth Lane
Located two miles from the centre of Worksop on the Celtic Point Retail Park. This refurbished family venue has an open plan layout with recesses and cosy areas to enjoy a private chat or meal. There is a play area for the younger children. Greene King IPA , Abbott and two changing beers normally sourced locally
- Shireoaks Inn
Warm, friendly pub converted from cottages. The public bar houses a pool table and large-screen TV, and the comfortable lounge bar has a separate dining area. The home-cooked food is good value for money. One changing real ale. A small outside area with tables is available in the summer. The family also own the Station Hotel.
- Station Hotel
Situated opposite Worksop railway station just away from the town centre. Four/Five regularly changing real ales. The bar serves a lounge drinking area, a separate dining room and there is a further small room suitable for meetings. A spacious and well maintained garden with seating, is to the rear. Food is served lunchtimes and evenings and accommodation is offered. There is always a welcome in this pub.
- Three Legged Stool
Located about one mile from the town centre this is a modern pub with a large dining area which is 100% waitress service. One of the best establishments in the area for drinking and dining .
- White Lion
50 Park Street
Positioned at the top of the the town 200 yards from the cinema and within a couple of miles of Clumber Park. A pub with many different seating areas and a spacious outside beer garden, fresh home cooked food is served complemented by a good range of wines and beers. Green King IPA and White Lion Bitter are regulars along with a changing guest beer, often from Welbeck Abbey brewery.
- Worksop Cricket & Sports Club
Town centre sports club offering Cricket, Squash ,Bowls.There is a well appointed bar area with friendly, welcoming staff. Non members welcome. Very popular venue for social gatherings.There are normally two real ales available.
- Worksop Rugby Club
The home of rugby in Worksop for the past seventy years.
- Ashley Hotel Carlton Road Worksop S81 7JR ku.oc.gnikeneerg@3561(01909) 530915