Clipsham is a small village located on the very edge of the county of Rutland. Renowned for its limestone formations, Clipsham Stone can be found in buildings across the country including King’s College Chapel in Cambridge, the Examination Schools in Oxford and it is even used for repairs to the Houses of Parliament! It is also home to the exquisitely looked after Yew Tree Avenue gardens where each tree is clipped in to a different and unique shape.
Its location on the very edge of Rutland makes Clipsham the ideal resting place for those travelling along the A1 or visitors to Stamford, Grantham, Melton Mowbray and Spalding. Whether you are looking to escape the city to get some fresh air or are visiting Rutland Water for the weekend, Clipsham offers you the picturesque countryside scenery as well as some fantastic dining options.
Home to The Olive Branch, just one of very few pubs to hold a Michelin Star, Clipsham provides a varied and exciting restaurant scene. Holding on to their star since 2008, The Olive Branch offers countryside comfort fused with fine dining to create a welcoming atmosphere and a memorable dining experience. Using as much locally-sourced produce as possible you are sure to enjoy a truly delicious meal whatever time of day you visit.
Go dine offers you a comprehensive index of restaurants in Clipsham and is designed to make booking tables easy! We’re here to help you find, book and save on your favourite restaurants, or even to discover a new one! You can browse menus, photos and read real diner reviews to help you decided on where to dine. Once you have found the restaurant for you, just book online for free and we’ll do the rest.
With restaurants offering a whole host of cuisines, why not explore what Clipsham has to offer? If you’re feeling adventurous, why not check out what our other Rutland pages have to offer with the best restaurants in Oakham and the surrounding areas, all under one roof.
Did you know? Each of the trees The Yew Tree Avenue, once the carriage drive to Clipsham Hall, are trimmed into a different shape.