The Green Man
29 Scotgate
(01780) 753598.


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The Green Man  

On the outskirts of Stamford on the Melton Mowbray to Oakham road, this friendly local was established in 1796 as one of the original ale houses.

The pub is split level and so access for the disabled is not good to the toilet area and there is only one bar that serves both areas. However, it does serve seven real ales most weeks alongside the standard Theakston Best. All are well kept and compliment the good food that is only served lunchtimes (12-3). Belgian beers are also a speciality here for the non-real ale drinker and for those with a sweet tooth, there is an occasional real cider too.

The bar is all beech affect and the floor is flagged bare with a couple of large kitchen tables and some smaller 4-seater ones available. A real fireplace has its work cut out but heats the pub in winter as it can get quite full of people coming from miles around to try the ales on offer. Not far from the rail station - though a 15 minute walk.

The Green Man has a beer garden at the rear for the summer and its beer festivals at Easter and in the Autumn are held out here under an awning.

Accommodation is available here, though it is not en-suite at present - comfortable and pleasant.

Well worth stopping here for a while, even if it's the only pub you visit in Stamford.



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up to 7 real ales
plus cider.