THE HATTON ARMS
Gretton (01536) 770268
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An ancient country inn on the border of
Northamptonshire and Rutland bringing you the best of
home-cooked food using fresh local produce.
We are a freehouse serving a choice of well-kept real ales,
regular favourites and the occasional guest
from a local brewery.
Julie and Neil welcome you to The Hatton Arms.
To reserve a table in the restaurant please call us on
or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are assured of a warm
welcome at The Hatton Arms, a quintessential old English country
pub, tucked away on Arnhill Road in the pretty stone
village of Gretton. You can find us about 3 miles north of Corby and 5
miles south of Uppingham. Formerly a gatehouse, The Hatton Arms is a true gem
over-looking the glorious Welland Valley and Rutland countryside. This
traditional freehouse is the second oldest pub in the county, dating back
to the early 14th century, and is the oldest domestic building in the
village. It has long been at the heart of the community, but
is the kind of local's pub that is friendly and welcoming to visitors.
The Hatton Arms was sympathetically renovated in 2004 when a restaurant and terrace
were added, both of which enjoy far-reaching views over the Welland Valley.
The old pub
still retains all its original character. The heavily beamed and stone-flagged
bar is one of the best examples in the area and the cosy lounge with its open fireplace exudes historic charm.
The pub is now known for serving the best of modern British cuisine,
real ales and fine wines in relaxed and welcoming surroundings. Up to
six well-kept real ales and ciders are served including Marston's Pedigree and changing guest ales - often
from local breweries.
The bar room
- dating back to the 14th Century, where local's tankards still hang
above the bar.
- enjoy a pre-dinner drink or have a bite to eat in front of the
The restaurant - relaxed, comfortable dining
The terrace - an
ideal spot to enjoy a drink whilst watching the sunset.
across the Welland Valley