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Rancliffe Arms

Loughborough Road
NG11 6QT

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Opening Times

Monday11.30 am - 3.00 pm
5.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Tuesday11.30 am - 3.00 pm
5.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Wednesday11.30 am - 3.00 pm
5.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Thursday11.30 am - 3.00 pm
5.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Friday11.30 am - Midnight
Saturday11.30 am - Midnight
Sunday11.30 am - 11.00 pm

Meal Times

12 - 2.30, 6 - 8 Mon
12 - 2.30, 6 - 9 Tue
12 - 2.30, 6 - 8 Wed
12 - 2.30, 6 - 9 Thu & Fri
12 - 4, 6 - 9 Sat
12 - 4.30, 6 - 8 Sun

About the Pub

Large old coaching inn on the A60 in Bunny. This cream painted brick building has been very tastefully refurbished to provide a classy yet homely feeling dining pub. The carpeted dining area provides an elegant ambience whilst the lounge bar area with wooden floors is a comfortable area to have a drink. Outside are decking areas for al fresco snacks surrounded by flower displays.

Historic Interest

Coaching Inn dating from 16th century. Many original features were exposed after an extensive refurbishment in 2006. Exposed ceiling beams, fireplace etc. The Rancliffe Arms is a Grade II listed building (No. 1277631) and was revamped by Sir Thomas Parkyns (1662 - 1741), the Wrestling Baron of Bunny. The Rancliffe Arms is located in Rushcliffe Borough Council's Bunny Conservation Area. Asset of Community Value (RBC/ACV/0012) nominated by the Nottingham Branch of CAMRA (REf. ACV 015) and registered 11th January 2016. This expired at the end of the 10th January 2021. As at November 2017, the Rancliffe Arms freehold (NT256061) was held by Marston's Pubs Limited [Reg. No. 5453367]. "Coaching Inn, now public house. Early Cl7 with later Cl7 and C18 additions and alterations. Designed by and built for Sir Thomas Parkyns of Bunny Hall. Some C20 alterations. Whitewashed brick, some remaining timber frame, some rubble. Plain tile roof. Single red brick stacks to ridge, right and right gable. Brick coped right gable with kneeler. Raised eaves band in parts. 2 storeys, 10 bays. The fifth and second single bays from the right are gabled, that second right being 2 storeys plus garret and with coped gable with kneelers. Fifth bay from right, early Cl7 and on rubble plinth with first floor band, and evidence of timber frame over first floor opening. Extending between these 2 bays is a parapet. Having from right to left a single large segmental arched tripartite glazing bar fixed light with hood mould, a single tripartite glazing bar sash, a doorway with plank door, glazing bar overlight and Tudor style hood mould, a single canted bay with single glazing bar sash flanked by single glazing bar fixed lights, 5 segmental arched tripartite glazing bar fixed lights and a single large segmental arched tripartite glazing bar fixed light with hood mould in former carriage archway. Above from right to left is a single glazing bar sash, a single similar sash with segmental arched hood mould, a single glazing bar cross casement, a single glazing bar sash, a single larger glazing bar sash, and a single segmental arched glazing bar sash. Over the first floor windows of the 2 parapeted bays are 3 circular blind panels. In the garret is a single segmental arched casement with hood mould. Rear of single gabled bay with timber frame has single visible post, arched brace and tie beam. Sir Thomas Parkyns Bart. (c.1662-1741) carried out improvements to and rebuilt almost all of Bunny to his own designs." [Historic England]. [Rushcliffe Borough Council, Bunny Ward / Rushcliffe Parliamentary Constituency]

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Changing cask ales

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Rotating monthly.

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Rancliffe Arms, Bunny


  • RealAle Real Ale Available
  • Quiet Quiet Pub


  • DisabledAccess Disabled Access
  • LunchtimeMeals Lunchtime Meals

    Wraps, baguetttes, salads, chips etc.

  • EveningMeals Evening Meals

    Carvery Wed, Sat, Sun; Steak night Thu; A la carte menu at all times.

  • Parking Parking
  • FamilyFriendly Family Friendly
  • FunctionRoom Function Room

    Two rooms catering for small and large parties.

  • Newspapers Newspapers
  • RealFire Real Fire
  • Restaurant Restaurant Area

    Several dining areas.

  • Smoking Smoking Area

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Rancliffe Arms

Loughborough Road
NG11 6QT

Sat Nav Reference

52.860432, -1.134837


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