Traditional village pub with coal fires and great seafood
At a glance
Set in a picturesque village on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, this 300-year-old inn has always attracted an interesting mix of customers, from Grimsby’s seafarers to aviators from the county’s World War II airstrips. The bar is filled with maritime bric-à-brac and serves a grand choice of ales such as Black Sheep or Batemans XB, and there’s also a beautiful garden. Seafood is a speciality, so tuck into cod cheeks, chorizo and pea purée; and fish pie. Meat lovers are sure to enjoy dishes such as beef strips, onion and peppers in a hoisin, plum and chilli sauce.
Real ales available: Black Sheep Best Bitter, Batemans XB, Guinness
Real ciders: Thatchers Gold
Credit cards accepted
Coach parties welcome, notice required
Ramp access available
Allowed in garden
M180 junction 5, A18 past Humberside Airport. At Laceby Junction roundabout (A18 and A46) straight over follow Skegness/Boston signs. Approximately 2 miles turn left signed Waltham and Barnoldby le Beck.