Pubs

The Hit or Miss

The Hit or Miss
This attractive pub was voted the best pub in Stamford by the local trade press. The pub is an ideal place to catch up with friends and enjoy quality real ales. In addition to the attractive surroundings, the pub offers its customers a large beer garden, car parking and

The Golden Fleece

The Golden Fleece
Here at Golden Fleece, Stamford pub we offer a fantastic drinks range to suit all tastes including a selection of award winning hand pulled ales from local, national and micro breweries,  a range of premium draft and bottled lagers, fine wines and premium spirits. Servi

The Dolphin

The Dolphin
This traditional designed pub occupies a prominent roadside position on the outskirts of the town centre. It comprises of several separate rooms providing full meals, bar snacks and lounge area.

The Cosy Club

The Cosy Club
Behind the honey-coloured stone walls of this old delivery office there is a surprisingly large, open-plan, industrial space that is split into separate bar & dining areas & has an overall capacity for 330 guests. The bar area comprises of a mix of snugs & a roomy stand

Kings Head Inn

Kings Head Inn

A charming little pub just off the High Street in Stamford, the Kings Head serves a good selection of reasonably priced food and a couple of decent ales. Behind the bay windows, through a tight pair of doors, the interior has had some modernisation but preserved a co

The Tobie Norris

The Tobie Norris
The fine range of real ales. We have 5 hand pumps, 2 are dedicated to Adnams Southwold Bitter and Ufford Ales White Hart. The other 3 are for our guest beers. These tend to be from micro breweries the length and breadth of the country, plus a selection of old favourites

All Saints Brewery & Melbourn Brothers Pub

All Saints Brewery
All Saints’ Brewery, a Samuel Smith's pub and restored Victorian working steam brewery (known as Melbourn Bros).producing award winning specialised fruit beers. Manufacture handcrafted beer from organically grown barley and wheat which is then taken to Samuel Smith’s in
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