The Southwell district of Nottinghamshire spans roughly from Ollerton down to Lowdham and from Bilsthorpe across to Southwell itself. Thanks to its location within Nottinghamshire and its close proximity to Lincolnshire and Derbyshire, many of the restaurants in Southwell and the surrounding areas boast impressive menus created using the readily available and plentiful locally-grown and sourced produce.
Whether you’re escaping to Laxton for a peaceful weekend, playing golf at Rufford Park or going on an adventure through the countryside, you can rest assured that you’ll find some culinary gems along the way. However, finding these gems, whether you’re new to the area or not, can sometimes be tricky, but this is where Go dine steps in! Go dine is your local restaurant guide that’s designed to help you find, book and save on dining out in the East Midlands and the North. With our index of restaurants in Southwell, you can browse photos and menus and read real diner reviews to help you decide on the perfect restaurant for your occasion. We also make sure that we have collected each restaurants special offers, from discounts to set menus, to make sure that you’re enjoying your meal at the best possible price.
Once you’ve found the venue for you just book online for free and we’ll do the rest; even sending you text message or email confirmation so you can rest assured that your table will be waiting for you when you arrive. We’re sure that you’ll find a restaurant in Southwell to suit your requirements. With so many different cuisines on offer and different dining experiences to be had, there’s never been a better time to explore what the rest of Nottinghamshire has to offer. Not quite what you had in mind? Why not explore our collection of restaurants in Nottingham city centre for some inspiration?
Did you know? Bramley apples were first produced in Southwell. A tree planted by the houses previous owner, Mary Brailsford, was still going strong when Mr Bramley moved in in 1846 and a local nurseryman commercialised the variety from that single tree!