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Hearty pub meals at 15th Century treasure in the grounds of Newstead Abbey

In the heart of Sherwood Forest, opposite the grandeur of Lord Byron’s Newstead Abbey, sits The Hutt. Built in 1400 to house the men who protected King John’s deer, this historic pub became a coaching inn popular among merchants by the 17th Century.

Indeed, travellers along the King’s Highway between Nottingham and Mansfield have stopped at The Hutt for refreshments since medieval times.

Now plating up such delights as slow-cooked lamb shoulder and cookie bake with treacle toffee ice cream, The Hutt is the stunning jewel to Newstead Abbey’s crown that can reinvigorate even the weariest of sightseers.

Add in a stretch at The Hutt to your sight-seeing itinerary today to get the most out of your visit to Newstead Abbey and the surrounding area.









last updated: 16 Aug 2018
Hutt , Nottingham Road, Ravenshead, NG15 9HJ
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