Burton Bridge Inn
24 Bridge Street
by Trent Bridge
north of town centre
DE14 1SY
(01283) 536596.


Mon 5-11; Tue/Wed 12-2, 5-11; Thu 12-2.30, 5-11; Fri/Sat 11.30-11.30; Sun 12-3, 7-11  



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Burton Bridge Inn  

A small-ish 2 room pub entered by a narrow alley way to the side. Walking down there you realise this is the brewery tap of the Burton Bridge Brewery.

The pub itself small and you need to negotiate a step to get into the pub through narrow double-doors. Hard carpeted floors await you as do wooden church pews and tables.

The central bar area has been opened out on one side and extended into the room behind - where there is a large wooden fireplace with a gas fire in it. It can easily fill up, but this makes the place feel friendly and cosy.

The low beamed ceilings are very old as is the whole building and ivy covers part of the sign.

As for beer, this is the tap and so they had three or four of their own beers on plus a guest. All well kept and tasting fine. There are also a number of whiskies.

Food is served lunchtimes only Thursday onwards, but not on Sundays.

Toilets for men used to be outside, but refurbishment and common sense means they are now inside.

There is a summer seating area outside which catches the sun nicely. Ladies toilets are up the inside stairs.

No accommodation here though, though there is B&B available in the town, try Tourist Information.

Dogs welcome.



None as yet.

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beer, food, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, pets allowed, train 


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up to 6 Burton Bridge beers
plus guest.



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