The Crown

Historic Inn in Oakham, Rutland

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19 High St East, Uppingham
LE15 9PY

The Crown, Oakham

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The Crown Inn dates back to 1739, when two separate dwellings were altered to make the one building as you see today. Back in December 2006 we had a chimney survey done here and found out that the design of the once communal chimney dates the original dwellings back to pre 1530.

The Crown Inn is said to have two resident friendly ghosts. We have a selection of double, twin and single en-suite rooms all reasonably priced and breakfast is inclusive. Here at The Crown we proudly host regular live music, we host two Beer Festivals each year, one in April - St Georgesfest and one in October - Oktoberfest.

Both are now in their third year and are great weeks of Live Music and Real Ales & Ciders. We have two domino teams offering people the chance to get involved with a pub tradition on every Monday Night from September to April each year. In our bar we serve up to 7 real ales and have been awarded status of Rutland CAMRA Branch Pub Of The Season Summer 2009.

We are in The Good Beer Guide 2009 and 2010. Also we have a wide range of single malt whiskies, continental beers and ciders. Food is served in our cosy restaurant or main bar from 12noon – 2.30pm and 6.30pm – 9.00pm.

All our food is homemade, wherever possible, cooked to order and locally sourced. Rutland Water is well sign posted on the A6003 towards Oakham, and is 6 miles from The Crown. Eyebrook Reservoir is off the A6003 towards Kettering and is 2 miles from us.

Both are famed for fishing trout. The National Bird Watching Fair takes place at Rutland Water and regular sailing events. You are assured of a warm traditional welcome.

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