Love old pubs like this and there aren't to many about unfortunately but this place had a little bit of local history on top which was very interesting . To top it off the food was brilliant. Will definitely come back.
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Had a wonderful 3 course meal here yesterday after looking round RAF Coningsby area. I had chicken liver pate, onion chutney, toast and salad, chicken, bacon, mushroom in a creamy cheese sauce with new potatoes and fresh seasonal veg. Followed by baked cheesecake, raspberry coulis...More
I cannot add anymore accolades to this pub that haven't been given in other reviews. All I can say is that it's a warm,very atmospheric pub,with great beer (quality and choice) excellent food ,great portions at a reasonable price. I would slap a preservation order...More
We booked in here for the last evening of our stay in tattershall and we were not disappointed. Low ceilings with exposed beams, proudly displaying the areas history with RAF, it was great to find a traditional pub. All the staff were friendly and welcoming...More
Stayed at Tattershall Lakes Park and booked a table quite easily. Took some finding but when we did were impressed by the warm welcome, the cosy ambience and the excellent food we had. Small but friendly, and nice and quiet. Highly recommended.
lovely old pub still has the pennies in the beams left by wartime airmen that didnt come back. full of memories from war time. We had a midweek lunch here. The portions are huge. Beautifully cooked. Its best to book for sunday lunch as it...More
Beautiful food, impressive historical ambiance. . . . you sit and wonder what the walls could tell you if they could talk! Whilst we waited for our food order we sat and read the ceiling 'graffiti' and looked at the various pictures and objects around,...More
Excellent food and drinks, in a wonderfully charismatic and ancient country pub. Tributes galore to the RAF, especially, and to all who gave everything so we could enjoy our lives today. And on a sunny day, an excellent outside area to enjoy a pint or...More
This is a strange pub, the food was awful and the bar ran out of a draft beer. I would not recommend to anybody.
Was told about this pub from where we was staying so decided to take a ride on this very wet and miserable day . Was welcomed by two very lovely ladies when we walked in I asked if we could have a table for two...More