The Lord Nelson Inn

Historic Inn in Newark-on-Trent, Leicestershire

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Newark-on-Trent
Leicestershire
England
NG23 7HR

The Lord Nelson Inn, Newark-on-Trent

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A warm friendly welcome awaits at The Lord Nelson Inn; a 200 year old village inn, situated in the Nottinghamshire village of Besthorpe, close to Newark-on-Trent and Lincoln. In our two bars you can enjoy a home-cooked meal with fine wine in front of a real fire, have a chat with the locals over a pint of real ale (popular guest ales include The Reverend James and Roaring Meg), join in the quiz on a thursday night, or have a game of pool or darts in the Tap Room.Due to our location between Newark and Lincoln, we are very conveniently situated for both the Newark and Lincoln showgrounds, and also the antique fairs at Swinderby.All of our pub is NON SMOKING, however there is a covered and heated smoking area outside.

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