Branch pubs selling real ale
- Bulls Head
1 Wilsthorpe Road
A Marstons Inns pub which has an extensive food menu which caters for families. It is well used by locals and visitors alike. Just undergone a complete refurbishment (2013) the pub has maintained some of its old viilage pub origins. Large eating area can get very busy both weekdays and weekends. It has a small, separate snug area. Its offers Pedigree as standard, as well as the normal range of Marston ales such as Old Empire
10 Main Street
A community pub - a place where friends, family, clubs and groups can meet. Live music on Saturdays, BT Sports, free Wi-Fi, quiz nights, pool and darts are all part of the Chequers There is also the quieter side where you can sit back, relax and enjoy one of our real ales or a lovely latte. Light snacks are available. Bus routes include the Indigo,Zoom and Y5 On offer is old fashioned customer service.
- Navigation Inn
Situated on the edge of Breaston village this late 18th century inn served the Sandiacre - Derby canal, which is now a footpath. Refurbished to a high standard lae 2018. Two rooms are serviced from a central bar and the pleasant ambience is enhanced by the absence of loud music. Excellent home-cooked food using locally sourced fresh ingredients is served daily.
- Bulls Head 1 Wilsthorpe Road Breaston DE72 3EA email@example.com(01332) 872118
- Dale Abbey
- Carpenters Arms
ku.oc.yebbaeladsmrasretneprac@ofni(0115) 932 5277
A country village pub with history. Now a Castle Rock GEM member. Close to local countryside walks this pub offers a bar, lounge and separate family room. These are wood panelled and comfortable. Catering for the colder months with a open fire and the summer with a pleasant beer garden. Offers a good range of real ales and a good food menu. In summer it gains recognition for its hanging baskets and rural setting. NOTE October 1st to May 1st have different opening hours. See website for details
- Carpenters Arms Dale Lane Dale Abbey DE7 4PP ku.oc.yebbaeladsmrasretneprac@ofni(0115) 932 5277
- Coach & Horses
Large two roomed pub.The Coach & Horses is a friendly, informal village outlet. Big screen for major sports events. Situated in part of the local Draycott heritage area. It offers a choice of a quiet well kept pint with periodic entertainment in the larger food/bar area. Food is served, Thursday to Saturday 5pm-9pm and Sunday 12-3. pm Ample parking and large smoking/outside area at the rear of the pub. GBG 2020
- Draycott Tap House
29 Victoria Road
Opened March 2017 this micropub is the Tap for the Draycott Brewing Company. A former café this is a single roomed establishment which is light and airy. The beers are gravity dispensed from a chilled room at the rear of the bar. Currently offering four to six beers, with their Tap House Tipple normally on offer. Four are from the Draycott Brewery, rotating from their selection. one beer from local brewers are normally available. There are three ciders, a selection of wines and twenty gins. This pub is active with its support of the local community and often has theme nights with food on offer
Unchanged two room Marston's pub. Central bar to both lounge and bar which provide both a quieter drinking area and one which has occasional bands, entertainment and television. This village pub has pool and darts teams, Side garden is off the main road. Food is served Mon to Sat 12-6, Sun 12-3
A traditional, local pub with a low ceiling and real fires. On offer is a selection of three hand pulled beers. This unchanged building offers a place for a quiet pint. It is two roomed and the layout allows seating away from the bar in the bay windows. It does have Sky sports but it is not evasive. It provides a relaxed, friendly watering hole for the local village.
- Coach & Horses Victoria Road Draycott DE72 3PS (01332) 874636
- Angry Bee
1 Godfrey Street
Opened in late August 2016 this 2 roomed micropub has a connecting passage with a counter and bar stools (see photo). 5 changing beers are served by Hand Pull and 6 ciders by gravity. No food is served but bar snacks are available. The back room is particularly well presented and worth a visit.
- Crooked Cask
8 Ray Street
Opened early December 2018. This micro pub offers up to six hand pulls and gravity real ales from a variety of sources. The cellar in in view to the rear of the bar area. The front room is wood paneled and on a split level. A smaller room is to the rear. Also on offer are seven ciders and one premium lager. There is a beer garden to the rear.
- Crown Inn
6 Church Street
This corner pub was built by Hardy's Kimberley Brewery in 1913 to replace a nearby pub demolished for road widening; a very faded sign survives on the roof tiles: 'HARDY’S ALES'. Large 'j' shaped bar leads to smaller dining room which goes onto the attractive beer garden. It offers six handpulled beers, mostly sourced from local breweries such as Full Mash and The Marlpool Brewing Company. A bright and spacious pub which also offers bed and breakfast. Carvery on Sundays and steak night Thursdays.Weekends have live bands and other entertainment.
- Jolly Colliers
122 Derby Road
Located on a main road through Heanor this large 'L' shaped pub offers one hand pulls, usually national brands. A full range of bar snacks and meals are available. A comfortable and friendly pub. Live entertainment is provided regularly at weekends and Sky tv offers sports coverage. A beer garden is to the rear
- King of Prussia
Re-opened May 2015 and back to its former name which was changed in 1914. Large two roomed pub in the Market Place. Upto four hand pumps, beers on offer tend to be national brands. The decor is clean and modern with a number of leather sofas. One large bar area and separate pool room which looks onto the market. Seated and covered smoking area to the rear
- New Inn
107 Derby Rd
Busy, two-roomer with a central serving area. Above the bar there is a collection of wooden model traction engines. Lounge is homely and large. . Orientated towards traditional pub activities it has darts, dominoes and skittles teams. Live music and entertainment most Fridays and Saturdays. An extensive beer garden is provided with play facilities for children. Now has six hand pumps
- Red Lion
2 Derby Road
The Red Lion was a former Home Brewery pub. The present building dates from the turn of the 20th century. It replaced an earlier Red Lion on the same site. The bar and front room of the pub have the Racing channel on. To the rear is the main seating and dining area. Three handpulls. GBG entry 2014.
- Redemption Ale House
A well established and popular micropub. Downstairs is a single room which is well laid out, providing a relaxing environment to sit and drink.. The bar features a temperature controlled cold room, serving seven ever changing beers by handpump. In addition up to 12 real ciders and 4 Craft Keg are available. Additional seating is available on the first floor. Bar snacks are available at all times. Erewash branch winner of the four branch winter ale trail 2019. The pub operates a strictly over 18's policy.
- Angry Bee 1 Godfrey Street Heanor DE75 7GD 07497 198753
- Burnt Pig
53 Market Street
This micropub is now well established as a very busy and popular local. Extended over three rooms with a collection of historical pub memorabilia. Hosted and run by its welcoming and enthusiastic owner Simon. It dispenses five ever changing beers and a good selection of real ciders and continental bottled beers. Also on offer are tasty cheeses to take away, and it still supplies its famous pork scratchings. Erewash Branch Pub of the Year 2019 GBG 2020,
- Crafty One
65 South Street
Opened mid December 2016 this open plan bar has a modern "industrial" feel. Furniture is a mix of scaffold pole and timber tables and benches plus upholstered Stools, sofa and chairs. 2 hand pumps serve changing beers along with 4 ciders and 4 craft keg beers on taps. A selection of wines and spirits are also available. There is an incorporated bottle shop serving over 200 world wide beer and ciders in cans and bottles. The shop shelving is again constructed from scaffold poles and timber.
- Dew Drop Inn
24 Station Road
moc.liamg@0202noslipordwed(0115) 932 9684
Built in 1884 this is a traditional corner house pub A three roomed format with an entrance lobby. Bar and lounge on either side of the serving area and a separate snug. Eight camra pub of the year awards, from the Erewash Valley branch, since 1997. Serves up to eight real ales and two ciders. Roaring fires in winter. Offers a bar menu during the day.y. Still a popular local and much visited alehouse. Erewash Valley pub of the year 2013, 2015. 2016. Featured in Real Heritage Pubs of the Midlands in 2015. Close to the newly re-opened Ilkeston Station GBG 2020
- Durham Ox
(0115) 854 7107
Refurbished to a high standard, the Durham Ox Inn is the oldest Inn in Ilkeston and dates back to 1780. The emphasis is on dining rather than a casual drink. It serves an excellent range of food to a quality restaurant standard. This eatery is tucked away off the main street of Ilkeston and offers a small range of well kept real ales.
- Erewash Hotel
(0115) 930 2445
Large open plan pub. Two rooms to rear for darts and pool and a skittle alley outside.Retains its charm with wooden flooring throughout. Entry is into bar area which is spacious with two bay seating areas either side of the door. Has a rear outside smoking area and beer garden. Racing channel is available. Two hand pumps on offer One pump carries a Shipstone's brew Mild or Bitter. One real cider on offer.
- Gallows Inn
374 Nottingham Road
(0115) 944 1052
Large 'u' shaped, single roomed, canalside pub.Has two wood burners for the colder months. Outside is a choice of seating overlooking the canal lock or a raised patio garden which doubles as a covered smoking area. Children allowed until 7pm. Real ale not always on
- General Havelock
(0115) 944 3236
Built in the Thirties. This is a large refurbished public house, 2011. Inside it’s roomy, light and airy, its fixtures and fittings dominated by a fabulous Art Deco floor. A range of real ales on offer. The main bar dotted with framed prints and has a open fire in winter. The lounge at the back keeps it simple. No television, no fruit machines, no piped music.Outside is a beer garden, heated in the colder months with a fire.
3 South St
(0115) 930 2244
Complete refurbishment to a very high quality in April 2015, now offers upto eight handpulls. At the moment this are national brands. Described by the owners as a Victorian Gin- style Palace. A wooden panelled large, comfortable, atmospheric pub. Apart from the real ales it is looking to offer upto 100 gins.
- Ilson Tap
Established micropub and tap house for Aurora Ales. Five hand pulls offer three guests along with two from Aurora. Five ciders on offer.
(0115) 932 3064
Large roadside pub which offers a carvery and grill. It is popular and caters mainly for food and families. It has a children play area outside. It has three handpumps which serves mainly national brands.
- Market Inn
(0115) 944 1629
Origins traced back to 1843. This is a two roomed pub in the market place. There are two bars, one in the front of the pub sell one real ale. The one at the rear doesn't dispense cask ales and is an open plan floored space for evening drinking.
- Needlemakers Arms
This is an ex-Shipstones local. Set back from the main road, renovated in 2013 this has opened up the pub throughout. Re-opened August 2018 and emphasis to return to real ale, live music and community pub
- New Inn
(0115) 877 0637
One roomed, local pub offering one hand pump.
14A Market Place
MOC.SNOOPSREHTEWDJ@7101P(0115) 932 8040
Modern, glass-fronted Wetherspoon pub in a unique conversion of an old supermarket. Most unusually has an upstairs beer garden and a downstairs toilet. Food available all day every day.
- Prince of Wales
69 South Street
firstname.lastname@example.org(0115) 932 5452
An ex-Shipstone's, two roomed pub. A smaller lounge to the left and a popular bar to the right. The serving area is central to both. Throughout the year the pub offers brewery takeovers increasing the number of beers available. Two to three hand pumps on offer supporting local breweries such as Falstaff and Blue Monkey. GBG entry 2019, 2020
- Rutland Cottage Inn
(0115) 930 4875
This freehold pub caters both for the family food market and real ale drinkers. It offers a diverse and wide range of cask ale, with Marston's Pedigree as the house bitter. Four other hand pumps offer a range of changing guest ales both national and local. Its layout is such that a quiet corner can be found at most times. The main menu offers an interesting choice of traditional pub favourites, snacks and sandwiches as well as 28 day aged Derbyshire beef from the grill. The large beer garden is very busy during thew summer months
- Sir John Warren
(0115) 930 7802
Large town centre, Greene King 'Meet and Eat'Pub. Has four hand pumps. Offers sky tv and is busy for local games
- Spanish Bar
76 South Street
(0115) 930 8666
Refurbished and extended in August 2015 this bar now has three separate drinking areas. It is a cafe style pub with an excellant summer floral display in the beer garden to rear. The main room has comfy leather seats and the bar. A second room offers similar seating and a big screen for sky sports. This is a regular in the GBG due to its excellent range of handpulls. Apart from the two regular ales they have between 3 and 5 guests beers.Erewash Valley Summer pub of the Season 2013, GBG entry 2015.
Hallam Fields Road
(0115) 932 3244
This pub is also home to Ilkeston Rugby Club but is open to the public at all times. This art deco building is open plan inside and always has one changing real ale, but this can increase to 3 during the Rugby season. The card tables have interesting glass rests underneath. There is no particular quiet room but one end is free from TV's etc. No pub meals but sandwiches usually available. There are two smoking areas, one of which is covered. Families are welcome .
- Three Horse Shoes
11 Derby Road
Re-opened in December 2013 after a refit this is now a free house. It serves upto six real ales. A large, bright bar area which is sports orientated. Having tv screens and sports memorabilia. The smaller lounge area has a real fire and comfortable seating with local paintings adorning the walls. Attractive rear drinking area. New building in the garden to incorporate beer festivals.
- Burnt Pig 53 Market Street Ilkeston DE7 5RB 07538 723722
- Kirk Hallam
- Cat & Fiddle
Ladywood Road, Ilkeston
(0115) 932 7540
'Hungry Horse' outlet, large pub offers a family dining area and smaller bar. Serves three cask ales from the Greene King range. Has pool table and darts board in a offset area and sky sports. Large beer garden.
- Cat & Fiddle Ladywood Road, Ilkeston Kirk Hallam DE7 4NJ (0115) 932 7540
- Langley Mill
- Bunny Hop
19 Cromford Road
This micropub opened in July 2016. A friendly welcoming ale house in the style of the 1940s/1950s. The six pumps serve mainly locally sourced beers with up to 12 ciders also available. A two roomed two storey building with easy access. Downstairs has a traditional homely feel and is fitted with a log burner. Upstairs there are comfortable sofas ideal for quiet relaxing. Outside there is a private South facing beer garden with patio and grassed area with flower borders. Dogs and children are welcome.
- Great Northern
134 Derby Rd
Refurbished in 2013 this is an historic canal side pub located at the end of the Erewash canal at the Great Northen Basin,It offers six handpulls, selected mainly from local breweries such as Nottingham, Blue Monkey, Navigation. Upto 3 real ciders are also on offer. Food is available Monday to Fridays, 12-1430, 5-8, Saturdays 12-8 with a carvery on Sundays 12-5. There is a beer garden and childrens play area alongside the canal. Essentially a single room it has a number of nooks and crannies to sit in.
- Inn the Middle
125 Station Road
A large roadside pub with a 'island' bar. Spacious, both inside and outside, with smoking area to the rear. Offers upto twohandpumps
- Railway Tavern Micro Bar
188 Station Road
Recently refurbished (Dec 19)and re opened. Now selling four beers on hand pump.
- Bunny Hop 19 Cromford Road Langley Mill NG16 4ED 07976 296619
- Long Eaton
- Blue Bell Inn
73 High St
Completely refurbished to a high standard in March 2020. Balanced between an old fashioned town centre pub and sports TV. Internally it is open plan with plenty of seating and is light and airy. Two hand pumps on offer
- Copper Cogs
73 Market Place
ku.oc.sgocreppoc@ofni(0115) 849 2761
Opened in March 2019 this large one roomed Bar Cafe is decorated to a very high standard combining a mixture of traditional tables and chairs alongside luxury leather sofas. 1 Regular and 2 guest beers are available along with food served from different menus throughout the day.
- Eaton Farm
(0115) 946 2613
A Marstons Inns pub, built in the last 30 years this is a large open plan pub which caters mainly for food. It has an extensive and inexpensive range of food availible at all times of the day. This includes a carvery. It is based around a family pub and has an outside play area and large car park. There are some quieter corners and along with pedigree it offers well kept beers from the Martson's range.
- Hole in the Wall
This traditional free house offers two distinctive drinking areas: a bar with pool table, and a quieter lounge area complete with the serving hatch from all those years ago. Both of which, are adorned with breweriana. Attractive beer garden to the rear Six hand pulls normally available and one cider on hand pump. GBG entry since 2017
- Mill & Brook
101 Derby Road
(0115) 946 9249
Re-opened December 2017 and completely refurbished. Formally the Harrington Arms. The two room structure has not been altered but the interior décor is impressive. Serving up to six real ales. Food is on offer with locally sourced pies or a gourmet sandwich. Also has craft ales, gins and ciders. . Children and dogs are also welcome. Beer garden to the rear
- Moorlands Club Curzon Street Long Eaton NG10 4FL
1 Granville Avenue
(0115) 972 3475
This is a traditional pub with all usual amenities on offer, including a range of hot pub food and two handpulls. It has two rooms. Both are well-presented with a smaller lounge/bar and a much larger' sports' room. This has Sky 3D Sports channels showing all the must see sporting events. The pub has regular live band nights. It has a spacious outdoor seating area and a large function room with its own bar.
- Stumble Inn
37 Tamworth Road
(0115) 972 4529
Family run freehold which offers a small lounge for a quiet drink and a larger bar area which is orientated towards darts, pool and televised sport. Dominoes on Mondays., quiz every Sunday. Beers frequently on could either be a national handpull or a locally brewed beer, such as Full Mash. Has been in the GBG for three years, 2011 to 2013. Covered outdoor smoking areas.. Popular at bank holidays when events take place.
- Tappers Harker
(0115) 946 1526
Built in the last 30 years to accommodate family eating. This is a large, 'l' shaped, one room pub. Owned by Martson's, it offers their range of meals which are available until 9pm. Can get busy at weekends with families dining. It has sky sports and a pool table. Decor is well done with a nice wall montage of local landmarks. Over all a pleasant place for a good value meal. A well stocked all weather garden and large patio and beer garden for those warm British days.
- The Oxford
22 Market Place
(0115) 946 9950
Refurbished and re-opened Aug 2014. Large one roomed pub in centre of Long Eaton. It has three handpumps. Beers are from national brands, such as Doombar as well as lesser known brews. There are a large number of tv screen showing a variety of channels . No children allowed and onus on inexpensive prices
- Wilsthorpe Tavern
Large two roomed public house built in the 60's. Refurbished late 2019 and now offering a full menu and special nights for food. It Consists of two 'wings'. A dining/lounge area and a similar sized bar area with pool table, darts and sky sports screen.
- York Chambers
40 Market Place
(0115) 946 0999
Opened Dec 2015 in a grade two listed building with the interior little changed, apart from the installation of a temperature controlled coolroom cellar. Serving six ever changing real ales straight from the cask. It also serves a range of ciders & quality wines.Located next to Long Eaton Green which has regular bus routes to Derby, Nottingham and Loughborough. A sister pub to the Chequered Flag in Castle Donington. Branch pub of the year 2018
- Blue Bell Inn 73 High St Long Eaton NG10 1JB
40 High Street, Heanor
Re-opened and re furbished November 2019. Two roomed local pub which offers two real ales. Saturdays have live music.
- Tip Inn
60a High Street
New owners in Jan 2020 from the Alter Ego brewery. Six hand pumps on offer including two from Alter Ego brewery. Also at least one dark and three interesting beers. Deceptive micro pub with two rooms.Beer garden to the rear. Nice and friendly
- Eclipse 40 High Street, Heanor Loscoe DE75 7LE (01773) 438246
- Old Black Horse
(0115) 932 9624
A free house village pub. Serving food and a choice of beers including local ales. Decor includes a display of landlords since 1821. Friendly staff and worth a visit in a picturesque location.
- Old Black Horse Main Street Mapperley DE7 6BY (0115) 932 9624
- Marlpool Ale House
5 Breach Road
This ale house is one of smallest pubs in Derbyshire. Originally a butchers shop, it has been transformed into a cosy and friendly place to enjoy a drink and a chat with friends and total strangers. The Alehouse contains a varied collection of brewing memorabilia and staff are friendly and informative. The bar is an old Methodist chapel pulpit from where beers and guest ales are sold. Beers are either on hand pump or from the cellar. As well as the Marlpool range there are five changing guest beers.Cider, mead, a small selection of wines and bottled European beers, are also available. The two barrel brewery is outside in the yard. Winner of Erewash Valley Camra winter pub of the year 2015.
GBG entry 2020
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- Mundy Arms
147 Ilkeston Road
Large roadside 'Hungry Horse' outlet. Three handpulls from the Greene King range. It offers a family friendly eating experience. Gets popular at weekends
- Queens Head
1 Breach Road
This recentiy restored ex-Shipstones pub is an absolute delight. It has a multi roomed interior which has no extraneous noise. It has an outside smoking area with its own fire. Inside it has two open fires and a log burner.Regular entrant in the GBG since it re-opened and winner of Erewash Valley Camra Pub of the Year in 2010, it offers six handpulls and at least four real ciders. Winning East Midlands Cider Pub of the Year in 2010. Aside from the three regular beers, an offering from Oakham Ales is normally on. The landlord is a supporter of local breweries and sources other beers from such establishments as Blue Monkey/Funfair. However he is always open to suggestions and offers a friendly welcome
- Marlpool Ale House 5 Breach Road Marlpool DE75 7NJ ku.oc.gniwerblooplram@seiriuqne07963 511855
- Risley Park
(0115) 939 2313
The Risley Park consists of a contemporary bar, separate restaurant and a function suite.The bar serves four real ales but is also orientated towards coffees and meals. The bar has booths and is furnished to a high standard with plenty of comfortable seating areas. Every Friday a live band plays. The restaurant is open for lunch and evening meals every day, bar meals are also available. Both are richly decorated with fabrics, gilt mirrors and designer wall coverings. It does have the feel of an hotel and is part of a small chain of high end pubs/restauarnt outlets.
- Risley Park Derby Road Risley DE72 3SS (0115) 939 2313
- Blue Bell
36 Church St
Situated in the older part of Sandiacre and opposite the old 1660 village lockup, for 'drunks and stray animals', this pub has recently been refurbished .Entry is into the bar, which uses dark wood, beams and the stove fire to good effect, creating a friendly and warm atmosphere. The rear of he pub offers seating away from the bar and a conservatory with a pool table. Three hand pulls are available, two regulars and one occasional guest. Cobs available 7 days a week. Beer garden and large car park to rear
(0115) 939 3619
A large family-friendly pub on the road between Long Eaton and Sandiacre. Inside there is a separate bar, no under 18's and lounge whilst outside there is a huge beer garden and plenty of car-parking. The pub serves a wide range of food including snacks, steaks and burgers. There is regular entertainment and a weekly general knowledge quiz. Sky Tv shows most sporting events. Three handpumps supply beers from a variety of brewers including Black Sheep and Everards
- Plough Inn
(0115) 949 9454
Large roadside pub which backs onto the Erewash canal. The left door allows entry to a bar area away from the main dining. It has two TV screens and a pool table. The right door leads to a large family, food orientated, dining area. Both are distinctly separate and have bar access. Very popular in summer. The rear garden leads onto the canal. At the front are parasols and large tables. The menus offer a wide choice of decently priced 'sizzling' meals.
- White Lion
(0115) 939 4644
A large, two roomed pub. Beer garden to the rear. Entry through main door. Separate lounge to the left and bar to the right.
- Blue Bell 36 Church St Sandiacre NG10 5DF email@example.com 200636
- Bell Inn
(0115) 973 2566
A traditional pub close to the railway station. TV sports a focal point with racing channels on daily. Outside the pub is a seating area with big parasols and plants. You can sit and watch the world go by. Offers general knowledge quiz on Thursdays, music quiz on Sundays. Bar snacks
- Harrington Arms
392 Tamworth Road
(0115) 973 2614
Originally an 18th century coaching inn, this large pub has been developed into a pub/restaurant. It has retained some original features and has been sympathetically developed. Close to Sawley Marina, the River Trent is only short walk away and the historic Sawley Parish Church is across the road. The small bar area has been extended and now provides a separate broom to drink. It sells beers from the Greene King stables. It runs a annual beer festival during the August Bank Holiday which is very popular, offering a wide range of beers, music and good food. The restaurant can get busy and is family orientated.
- Lockkeepers Rest
moc.duolci@tsersrepeekkcoleht(0115) 972 7651
Opened June 2017 this micropub is situated in the old Lockkeepers Cottage leading to The River Trent. Access is a five to ten minute walk from Tamworth Road along the 'Sawley Cut'. This is an all weather canal path. The Nottingham Skylink stops are close by. The bar is small and there is a area outside ideal for the summer months. At the moment there are four changing beers on gravity. Already a popular location for boaters and dog walkers.
- Nags Head Inn
ku.oc.oohay@ku31bed(0115) 973 2983
Early 19th century two-roomed local close to the River Trent and Sawley Marina, this is a well used pub which offers good value home cooked food. A traditional local with a good community spirit. The partially beamed ceiling in the lounge has a homely feel and a wood burning stove warms the bar during colder months. A Marstons house which prides itself on its outstanding Pedigree. GBG 2014 entry.
- Railway Inn
29 Wilne Road
(0115) 973 4728
Brick-built corner-house built around the early 1900's. Although open plan the pubis split into four distinct areas with a central bar. As you enter form the road there is a lounge to the left and a smaller 'snug' to the right. Further forward you will come to the bar on the right with a pool room to the left. Although called the Railway the local station and line closed in the early 1930's. Pub made pizzas to order and a large screen in one area. Friendly and popular local.
- Sawley Junction
176 Tamworth Road
Renovated to a high standard this micro pub has the feel of a 'Station' bar and tea shop. Attractively decorated with comfortable benches and seating. It has up to six gravity beers on offer as well as offering four to eight ciders. It will provide an ideal stop off for travellers using the station or a cosy local to passers by. Bar snacks, freshly made sandwiches, savouries and hot drinks are available throughout the day. The pub name reflects nearby Long Eaton railway station's former name. On bank holiday Mondays the pub opens from 12-9
- Steamboat Inn
(0115) 946 0356
Large,two roomed canalside pub. Apart from five real ales it also serves two real ciders. Popular during the day with bikes,hikers, river users and dog walkers. This pub also serves food in the lounge/restaurant. Located at the junction of the River Trent/Soar and Erewash canal the front patio allows good and relaxed views of passing narrowboats and pleasure cruisers. A small site at the rear is set aside for passing campers.
- Trent Lock
(0115) 972 5159
This large pub, formally known as The Navigation/Trent Navigation was redeveloped in the last three years as a country dining pub. It is a single roomed pub with a seated dining area and a small bar area, separated by the entry Both are comfortable areas to eat either the bar meals or from the more extensive restaurant menu. Handpumps usually supply national beers to a good standard. The garden to the front of the pub lead onto the River Trent and not surprising this pub can get busy in the warmer months. The lock marks the point where the River Trent and River Soar meet with the beginning of the Erewash canal. There are a number of mooring points for short stays. A large free car park services the Trent Lock area and its does get crowded on bank holidays.
- Trent Lock Golf Club
(0115) 946 4398
Golf Club with large bar open to the public. Comfortable lounge seating with view onto driving range. Separate area for families. Bar meals and separate restaurant with good range of choice. Close to River Trent and Trent Lock, easily accessible from canal and river towpaths.
- White Lion
(0115) 946 3061
Friendly, local two roomed pub. Six handpumps, four ciders. Winner Erewash Valley Summer pub of the Year 2012. Large pub garden makes it ideal in summer. Now serves wood fired pizzas, oven open Fridays and Saturdays. Background music inside but outside the music is sometimes noticeable. A large screen TV is also outside for sporting events. Bar billiards a well used attraction. Occasional beer festivals. Close to Sawley Marina. Ideal for a quiet pint, dog friendly. The pub dates back to the 18th century and is opposite the historic Sawley Parish Church. Free function room for up to 40 people. GBG entry 2014,2015.2016 and 2018, 2019 Brewing under the Old Sawley Brewing Company which is built on site. Now normally has five beers on from their own range. GBG entry 2020
- Bell Inn Tamworth Road Sawley NG10 3GR (0115) 973 2566
- White Hart
ku.oc.yelnatstrahetihweht@ofni(0115) 837 2940
Traditional country inn offering traditional pub food and a range of real ales. Beer straight from the barrel sometimes on offer.
- White Hart Derby Road Stanley DE7 6EX ku.oc.yelnatstrahetihweht@ofni(0115) 837 2940
- Sevenoaks Inn
Lows Lane, Stanton
moc.oohay@nniskaoneves(0115) 932 3189
This pub used to cater for the Stanton iron works which was to be a large employer in the area. Now offers both a pub environment and also a venue for all occasions. A function room is off the bar and a marquee is to the rear.
- Sevenoaks Inn Lows Lane, Stanton Stanton DE7 4QU moc.oohay@nniskaoneves(0115) 932 3189
- Stanton by Dale
Stanton by Dale
(0115) 932 0946
One roomed village pub with raised rear area. Country pub atmosphere . Complimented by sporting memorabilia the decor of this friendly conversation led experience, is a talking point in itself. Three well kept ales make this a pub worth a visit in the lovely village of Stanton by Dale. Patio drinking to front and rear. Large car park and grassed drinking area overlooks the countryside Lunchtime food availiable
- Stanhope Arms
Stanton by Dale
(0115) 932 2603
This is a traditional English pub set in the village of Stanton by Dale. The pub is one roomed and maintains its country pub atmosphere. It has a bar at its head and two areas to either side. They have an upstairs dining area. It attracts people for both its range of four real ales and food..The menu is sourced using local ingredients which provides a range of bar snacks to full three course meals.
- Chequers Dale Road Stanton by Dale DE7 4QF (0115) 932 0946
- West Hallam
High Lane East
(0115) 932 0604
A large, roadside eatery which offers three handpulls and a range of pub food. Emphasis is on dining but there is a smaller bar area with pool and darts offset from the eating area. Comfortable seating is throughput the pub.Carvery on Wednesdays and Sundays,Tuesdays is curry club and Friday’s fish and chip night. Three handpulls with mainly national beers such as Pedigree, Doombar and Speckled Hen Large car park to rear, beer garden, heated patio and outdoor play area.
- Punchbowl Inn
43 The Village
(0115) 932 0050
Friendly ex Ansells village pub. It serves three real ales and a draught cider. nationals Bright and airy, the bar also has two offset alcoves to sit in. Carvery on Sunday is in sittings and it is best to book. Pie day is Wednesday. Situated in the old village centre, it has retained its charm. Has a wood burning stove for colder months.
- Newdigate High Lane East West Hallam DE7 6HW (0115) 932 0604