Type Pub B&B
£65 - £80 per room per night
This 200-year-old pub offers a great range of drinks, a fantastic menu and comfortable accommodation in 7 newly refurbished en-suite bedrooms.
The pub is conveniently located in the Nottinghamshire village of Sutton-on-Trent, just a mile off the A1, 7 miles North of Newark-on-Trent, 20 miles from Lincoln, 22 miles from Grantham and 28 miles from Nottingham. Newark offers excellent train links to London with an average time from Newark to London of 1 hour 20 minutes.
The Lord Nelson offers a fantastic range of drinks and freshly cooked food using locally sourced ingredients and produce. Coffee from Stokes of Lincoln and homemade cakes are also served throughout the day. Their full menu is available from midday to 9.00pm daily and famous roast on Sunday's between midday to 4.30pm.
The 7 en-suite bedrooms have been recently refurbished to a high standard and include: Crisp cream bed linen, luxurious fluffy towels, TV, hairdryer, bottled water, coffee and tea making facilities including a cafetiere and fresh coffee. They happily welcome families and guests with dogs in some of the bedrooms. The room rates include their fantastic "Half Nelson" breakfast.
The pub also has a separate function room which is available to hire - just click the purple button for more information on the pub's website. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the pub and free private parking on site.
Martin and Sally took over The Lord Nelson in December 2015. They have lived in the village for 12 years and have a career history of running and developing pubs and bars all over the country for over 20 years. Their values are to bring happiness to all of their customers and deliver excellence in customer service.
For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.
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