This award winning privately owned village pub is located in the quaint village of Manton on Rutland waters south shore. A warm welcome awaits you at The Horse and Jockey along with all the charm and character of a traditional country pub, low beams, stone floors and log burner. The pub prides itself on offering a varied menu including time old classics such as homemade steak and ale pie along with some modern dishes to cater for the modern palette. Their food offering is also complimented by a changing specials black board. Advance booking is advisable for evening dining as this pub can be very popular. Best Tourism Pub Bronze Award from VisitEngland 2014 As highly commended by CAMRA 2012 the pub offers 3 real ales including 2 local Rutland ales. Conveniently located on the Rutland water cycle track this is an ideal place to refuel, cycle racks are provided for your convenience. The pubs certified Caravan and Camping site is located 1 mile outside of the village. This 5 acre adult only site has panoramic views across Rutland Water and is the perfect place to unwind and relax yet within walking distance of the pub. Awards East midlands tourism silver award ‘Best pub experience’ Camping and caravan club ‘Best UK certified site’ 2012 CAMRA highly commended real ales 2012 Opening Times Opening times Spring / Summer Monday to Friday 11am – 11pm Saturday and Sunday 10am – 11pm Food service times Spring / Summer Monday to Thursday 12 noon – 8.30pm Friday and Saturday 12 noon – 9pm Sunday 12 noon – 8pm Please note : Monday to Friday 2.30pm – 6pm limited menu may only be available Our Autumn / winter trading hours will commence in October.
Date From: 01/01/2012
Tel (1): 01572 737335
Email: [email protected]
The Horse and Jockey is located in the small village of Manton. Aprox 1/4 mile to the west of the village is the A6003, which provides direct road access to the market towns of Uppingham located aprox 4 miles to the south and Oakham aprox 4 miles to the north. At Uppingham road links are available with the A47 providing access to Peterborough, located aprox 20 miles to the east and Leicester aprox 30 miles to the west, considered to be the main cities within close proximity with access to the M1 motorway and A1.