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Holme Hall Avenue
Mike & Sandra have vast experience in the industry and chose there latest venture ‘ ..because of the lovely area and the lovely people..’. Mike lovingly looks after his ales and serves Doom Bar and some interesting guests including Black Sheep and Speckled Hen as well as 2 draught ciders. The food is good, traditional country cooking with all your pub favourites in evidence. They have taken the food from a start up position and in 1 year produce a staggering 800 meals a week including a hugely popular Sunday lunch. A truly family and community oriented venue with many charity and family fun days which is rapidly becoming the hub of village life.
Tel: 01724 277716
Location: Centrally located.
No. of Covers: 100 - Average Meal Price: £7.00 - No. of Real Ales: 2
This warm and friendly cafe offers delicious home cooked meals for everyone from hearty breakfasts through to home cooked gravy dinners, the choice is wide and takeaway is available. Bikers and truckers are most welcome and even have their own shower facilities as well as secure overnight parking.
Tel: 01673 878388
Location: On the A15/A631 roundabout.
Average Meal Price: £5.00
9 South Street
Newly taken over by Iain & Alison Seiles who work tirelessly to make sure that you have a great experience at this beautiful riverside venue. They offer 2 real ales that are regularly changed and an excellent range of pub food which includes Liver, Sausage & Bacon, Pies and a range of daily specials. Look out too, for the frequent food themed nights, as well as the new takeaway Fish & Chips service. All this plus live bands, discos and jam sessions. What more could you want?
Tel: 01724 782016
Location: A pretty village location, 7 miles west of Scunthorpe.
No. of Covers: 50 - Average Meal Price: £6.95 - No. of Real Ales: 2
Great improvements are being made at this traditional pub. There’s a fantastic range of entertainment with karaoke every Friday, live music on Saturdays and a quiz on Thursdays and Sundays. Drinks include 2 real ales, wine on tap and by the bottle and good value lagers, available in a friendly atmosphere.
Tel: 01724 782423
Location: On the main road through Gunness.
No. of Covers: 40 - Average Meal Price: £5.00 - No. of Real Ales: 2
57 Belwin Drive
Flixborough Ind. Estate
Rise & shine to a hearty breakfast at Milly’s. There’s a good, wholesome menu, jacket potatoes and sandwiches as well as some tempting desserts. The environment is both fresh and clean and has been recently smartened up by owner, Mandy Bainbridge. Open 7.30am to 2.30pm (11.30am on Saturdays).
Tel: 01724 858989
Location: At the beginning of the Industrial Estate.
No. of Covers: 50 - Average Meal Price: £3.00
King Edward Street
Kirton In Linsey
Newly refurbished by Chris and Karen the Queens Head now offers something for all occasions. You can enjoy the relaxed, tranquil atmosphere as well as a terrific range of entertainment from karaoke and quizzes to Sky Sports and poker nights. The food is home cooked, with a traditional pub style menu including a wonderful Sunday Carvery. Booking is advisable.
Tel: 01652 648014
Location: Opposite the village green on the town Square.
Average Meal Price: £6.50 - No. of Real Ales: 1
Burton upon Stather
This olde worlde country pub, with 5 guest rooms, is now run by Londoners Stephen & Carrie who have created a vibrant atmosphere. Superb home made food, from soup to specials plus OAP lunches on Wednesdays, a terrific Sunday roast and theme evenings. Try your hand at ‘ring a bull’.
Tel: 01724 720269
Location: Overlooking the Trent Valley.
Average Meal Price: £8.00 - No. of Real Ales: 3
Bedrooms From: £20.00
King Edward Street
Expertly run by Phil and Lynne, who provide a wide range of brilliant entertainment from live music and karaoke to comedians and even hypnotists. Excellent food is served in the restaurant from minted lamb shank to succulent haddock & chips. A good range of drinks is served, including real ales.
Tel: 01427 873522
Location: Near the petrol station.
Average Meal Price: £7.00 - No. of Real Ales: 2
This modern, family restaurant covered in American memorabilia is a great place to relax in and have fun whilst enjoying a huge variety of cocktails from fruity and frozen to creamy and spicy! A good variety of dishes and a specials menu where the kids can eat for free make this a top family venue.
Tel: 01724 270800
Location: Situated next to the train station.
Average Meal Price: £7.50
54 High Street
Named by Richard I and reputedly haunted, this is the site of the oldest pub in Britain and is the only pub in England with this name. Now managed by Paul & Carol who serve a great interactive entertainment centre including a Jukebox, karoake, roulette and bingo to name a few.
Tel: 01724 763444
Location: Centrally located.
No. of Real Ales: 2
96 High Street
The oldest pub in the Isle of Axholme, dating to the C16th. A broad choice of quality food, like haddock in beer batter and steak & mushroom pie. Owner, Trevor Coles welcomes all the family to his olde worlde pub which has been refurbished, without losing its period charm. Good food and great ambience.
Tel: 01724 710333
Location: 4 miles north of Junction 2 M180.
No. of Covers: 75 - Average Meal Price: £4.50 - No. of Real Ales: 1