Welcoming old stone-built pub in nice village setting, generous home-made food (not Sun evening), ales such as Navigation and Oakham, three rooms (two for dining), log fires; background music; children welcome, no dogs inside (there's a resident bassett), classic car meet first Weds of month (spring/summer), four comfortable bedrooms, closed Mon, Tues
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In the centre of one of the most attractive villages in England, The Griffin Inn is nearly 200 years old. Chris and Liz Overend moved here in August 2007 having achieved numerous awards at their previous pub including listings in the Good Pub Guide. Open every day 11-3pm and 6-11pm (Sunday 12-3pm, 6-11pm) serving food every lunchtime and evening, the menu is towards the traditional but with twists. From traditional steaks and pies to old fashioned stews and puds and all home made. Sunday lunch is well renowned with a range of roasts or a sample of each all served with Yorkshire puds and roast potatoes, bookings are advisable The Griffin offers award winning bed and breakfast and serves a range of fine real ales, regularly changing, fine wines and comfortable surroundings with real open fires. Probably, Lincolnshires best kept secret. www.thegriffinirnha…
Winners of the prestigious Les Routiers Best B&B 2012, check our website for availabilty and current special offers.
Special Lunchtime offer, 2 course lunch £9.95, 3 courses £11.95 (except Sunday Lunch), bookings adviseable.