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Situated in the picturesque village of Fulbeck, the 17th century Hare and Hounds public house promises fine dining, a well-stocked bar and a friendly and inviting atmosphere.

Overlooking Fulbeck’s idyllic village green and situated close to the historic church of St Nicholas, the grade two listed inn houses a diverse range of finely selected wines, ales and spirits and all food is made fresh to order, using locally sourced ingredients; available at lunch and dinner, seven days a week.

Visitors to the Hare and Hounds, Fulbeck can enjoy relaxing in comfortable surroundings. A blazing log fire welcomes you in the depths of winter and there is also a well maintained courtyard where you can enjoy a meal on warm, balmy evenings in the summer months. They serve the best local ales as well as providing an inexpensive wine list which has been carefully selected to complement the extensive menu.

Whether you find yourself unwinding with a glass of wine in front of the roaring open fire in winter or sitting outside on the large patio for al fresco dining in the summer, they pride themselves on making your dining experience one to remember.

Enjoy a relaxing break in the heart of the idyllic Lincolnshire countryside at the Hare and Hounds. They offer 8 modern and spacious bedrooms in the adjacent 17th century barn conversion. Each room features an en-suite bathroom, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms have been recently renovated to the highest standards and you can expect only the best hospitality when staying with them. All room prices include a delicious breakfast the next morning.

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £80 per room per night

Enjoy a relaxing break in the heart of the idyllic Lincolnshire countryside at the Hare and Hounds. They offer 8 modern and spacious bedrooms in the adjacent 17th century barn conversion. Each room features an en-suite bathroom, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms have been recently renovated to the highest standards and you can expect only the best hospitality when staying with them. All room prices include a delicious breakfast the next morning.

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