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You will find our pub on the High Street of the quaint, historic village of Harby, conveniently located close to Lincoln City Centre, Newark and within walking distance to the Sustrans NCN 64 cycle path, which runs directly from Lincoln to Harby.

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We are only a short drive or taxi ride from Lincoln City Centre, which is approximately 10 miles and Newark, which is approximately 13 miles. We have a generous carpark with ample parking. Our postcode is NG23 7EB.

Walk or Cycle

Walk or cycle through Lincolnshire’s beautiful countryside and visit us for a well-deserved bite to eat and a refreshing drink. We are only a short walk from the Sustrans NCN 64 cycle path, that runs directly from the Brayford in Lincoln right through to Harby village. The route is 6.6 miles, which takes approximately 35 minutes by bike and 2.5 hours on foot. We have a secure bike rack for you to leave your bikes while you enjoy your visit.

About Harby

Harby is a beautiful, rural village in the county of Nottinghamshire, with its nearest city being Lincoln. Our village is well-known for its intriguing history and picturesque countryside. The most significant event in Harby’s history happened in the year 1290, when Queen Eleanor (Queen Consort of King Edward the First) died in the village at the manor house of Richard de Weston. Remains of this historic site still lie to the east of the attractive All Saints Church.

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