Below are the Pubs and Bars that are located in Rutland and nearby areas.

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THE COACH HOUSE INN, about 3 Miles from Rutland (South Luffenham)
The Coach House Inn is a beautiful traditional 4 star pub set in the heart of the rural county of Rutland. We pride ourselves on the warm welcome extended to all of our guests who travel from across the region to enjoy our fresh, cooked-to-order food from either of our restaurant or bar menus.......

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THE SWAN INN, about 20 Miles from Rutland (Mountsorrel)
The Swan Inn freehouse is a traditional 17th century inn on the banks of the River Soar, in the village of Mountsorrel, Leicestershire. We have recently taken over from the past owners who were here for more than 20 years. We will continue to try and provide an old-fashioned pub where you can relax for a quiet pint in front of the fire, or enjoy proper food, well-cooked from fresh ingredients.......

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THE COALHEAVERS ARMS, about 21 Miles from Rutland (Peterborough)
A traditional pub. No music, no machines with flashing lights, no jukebox, no pool table and no television (although we do have free wireless internet access which you are welcome to make use of; just ask at the bar for the password). Eight handpumps serving top-notch real ales from Milton Brewery and other independent breweries around the country. A rotating real cider is always available. Our only concession to Keg is Taddington Brewery's Moravka, an excellent craft-brewed british lager fro......

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THE LADY BAY, about 22 Miles from Rutland (West Bridgford)
Great dishes at great prices! Choose from a selection of our tasty dishes and enjoy a meal for any occasion. Whether you're drinking with friends and fancy a nibble to share, or treating yourself to one of our hearty pub classics, we're sure to tempt you with our menu. And if you still have room don't forget to take a look at our fabulous desserts!......

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BELL INN, about 24 Miles from Rutland (Nottingham)
A group of Carmelite Friars arrived in Nottingham in 1276 and readily obtained lands and property. They established a Friary (on what is now Friar Lane) and their lands extended to include the site of what is now the Bell Inn. The cellars of the Bell Inn are a combination of natural sandstone and hand carved caves dating from the 12th century, hidden beneath a wooden hatch in the cellar is a bonded warehouse, evidence of the old method of wine sales still exists today.......

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