Places to eat in and around the Vale of Belvoir, Grantham, Nottingham, Newark and Melton Mowbray.
The choice is yours…….
The Vale of Belvoir is well known for its excellent food and fine dining where foodies can eat their way round and amazing selection of local dining experiences. From Michelin starred restaurants and traditional village pubs to an abundance of local artisian food producers there are endless gastronomic delights to tempt your taste buds.
Pubs and Restaurants close to Belvoir Bed and Breakfast
- The Windmill Inn, Redmile – public footpath from Woodside Farm (45 minute walk)
- Red Lion, Stathern. Michelin Awards and A A Pub of the Year 2006
- Plough Inn, Stathern
- The Nags Head, Harby
- Friday Fish & Chips or Sunday Lunch at The Marquis of Granby
- Chequers Inn, Woolsthorpe-by-Belvoir.
- Manners Arms, Knipton
- The Wheel, Branstone
- The Gregory, Harlaxton.
- Pauls Restaurant, Bottesford
Local Farm Shops & Tea Rooms within easy reach of Belvoir B & B
- Pizzini, Bottesford
- The Old Brick Yard Tea Room, Scalford
- Brocklebys Farm Shop, Asfordby
- Colston Basset Stilton Dairy, Colston Basset.
- Malt House Deli, Bottesford
- Dove Cottage Tea Room and Charity Shop (50 minute canal walk), Stathern (Run by our local hospice – a great atmosphere and location on the Grantham – Nottingham Canal Towpath )
- Syston Farm Shop & Tea Room, Syston, Nr. Grantham
What our guests say…
…Diane was a mine of local information providing us with maps to assist our explorations.
… Fortified by our excellent breakfast we spent our time ancestor hunting in the Vale of Belvoir.
Outings to Lincoln Cathedral & Belton House that are within easy reach completed our trip.
We would not hesitate to recommend Woodside Farm for the food, tranquility & a great welcome