First opened by Sir Richard Elwes in the sixties, The Elwes Arms holds a privileged position overlooking the Trent Valley, and is a convenient ten-minute drive from both the River Trent and the city of Nottingham.
The Elwes Arms serves great old fashioned and homely fare at modest prices. The kitchen makes special consideration for those with food intolerances and allergies, delivering an all-encompassing and enticing selection of food to suit any palate. Pub classics fill the menu, such as prawn cocktail followed by a homemade beef and ale pie, abundant with prime British steak in a rich gravy and accompanied by freshly cooked vegetables and mash. Homely and comforting deserts such as jam roly-poly and steaming custard are available to finish off the meal. Diners are transported back to days of hearty British cuisine accompanied by an extensive range of drinks and freshly ground coffees.
This is comfort food with a conscience, so, if you’re a lover of local, satisfying food just like it used to be, served in a comfortable and friendly setting, head to The Elwes Arms.
Please note: Elwes Arms offer 2 for 1 across all courses excluding side dishes. As per tastecard rules, discount is not available on Sunday as the A LA Carte menu is not served.