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Local Places To Eat

Local Places To Eat

Local Places To Eat

Long before ‘local', 'seasonal', 'sustainable' and 'organic' became trendy buzz words, Lincolnshire was leading the way in living off the land and keeping old traditions and recipes alive. Food and drink in Lincolnshire is at the very heart and soul of our way of life.

Lincolnshire's specialities are top of the menu across the country, from award-winning, tangy Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese to the peppery flavour of sage-flecked, coarse-ground Lincolnshire Sausages and slabs of the succulent, marbled Lincoln Red Beef... this is proper English food.


The Barley Mow

The Barley Mow comes highly recommended by many of our guests, they serve an imaginative selection of home cooked meals made from local ingredients. It has a lovely conservatory which leads to a well kept garden and adds to the welcoming atmosphere of this gem of a pub.

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Bombay Brasserie

The Bombay Brasserie is one of our guest’s favourite Indian restaurants serving a large range of traditional and very tasty food. It has a very friendly & welcoming environment and is perfect for a romantic meal. This restaurant is also happy to deliver to Mill Farm so if you don’t feel like leaving the comfort of your cottage they will bring your meal to you.

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San Rufos

San Rufos  If you fancy an Italian Meal then our guests say it doesn’t get much better than San Rufos. Apparently the Rigatoni Meatballs Piccantes is delicious! They also offer takeaway meals if you prefer to order & return to your cottage.

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The Old Chequers Inn

The Old Chequers Inn is a warm & inviting pub situated at the side of the river Lymn. It is believed to be the oldest building in Lincolnshire. In the winter they have a roaring fire and in the summer plenty of space to sit outside enjoying open countryside views. There food is all made using fresh local ingredients and there Sunday carvery is excellent!.

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