The Admiral Rodney Hotel, sitting proudly in the centre of Southwell near Nottingham, is a great example of a local British pub that serves hearty food in a welcoming environment. You will find a great selection of beverages on offer there, from the old classics to an ever rotating selection of fine cask ales. If you’re looking for somewhere to catch the footie with a great atmosphere, the Admiral Rodney Hotel on King Street is the ideal place, as they boast a whopping 60 inch HD TV as well as plenty other screens placed in various nooks around the old-style pub. Why not reserve a table today and go see for yourself?
Whether you’re visiting for a few pints, the football or a full blown meal, look no further than the Admiral Rodney Hotel. There you will find a great selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from Stella Artois and Peroni to cask ales like Abbot Ale and London’s Pride. The Admiral Rodney Hotel also provides a great range of pub food with sandwiches, wraps and melts of many delectable varieties, all topped off with a succulent roast every Sunday.
This is a quintessential old-style pub that has kept up with the times. You can still see the traditional exposed wooden beams and raw brick walls, but the comfortable seating and spacious interior keeps the atmosphere light and homelike. If you’re a fan of the football, the Admiral Rodney Hotel on King Street is a must visit, as the pub is teeming with football fans who love to share a pint. So book a table and get down to Southwell now for a great afternoon or evening out.
Lovely meal, which came, as part of the day's special deal, with a pint of beer, so we got excellent value for money. The pie was tasty, and the vegetables in particular were very good - al dente and full of flavour. They do great mashed potato here too - a lovely change from chips! We ate outside at a comfortable table on chairs with cushions - so overall it was a lovely meal out.