Elkesley 01777 838259


There has been a pub on this site for many years.  At one time there were 3 hostelries in Elkesley though this is the only remaining one.  Originally the bar was in the front room of the house and over the years it has been extended to meet the demands of the customers.  It is believed that there is still a ‘bolt-hole’ linking to the church though the doorway has been sealed.


I have visited the Robin Hood a few times since it was taken over last year.

Always friendly and welcoming by staff and regulars. I have tried one or two different dishes in the restaurant area which were lovely and reasonably priced I must say you should try the bacon and cheese burger I could hardly move after I had eaten the large homemade burger and chips, onion rings etc I shall definatley be going back for another!

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“Friendly Country Pub”

A Warm Welcome

We are a traditional village pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere. We welcome families, walkers with their muddy boots as well as paws.

Real ales

Home cooked food

Events evenings

Coming up from the south we decided to stop for a break. Seeing the signs for Elkesley village we pulled off hoping to find a quaint little cafe to have refreshments, we didn't find a cafe but we did find the Robin Hood Inn. It was perfect, a lovely roaring open fire, the food was delicious - big baguette sandwiches full of very tasty fillings. The staff there were very friendly and welcoming, we have been back on several occasions and have had evening meals which were faultless and drinks. This is a little hidden treasure just off the A1 definitely worth a visit.

“Wish it was my local”

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Cold evenings are made better with our open fires and weekends improved by our regular live bands, summer events and festivals.

We look forward to seeing you soon

The pub closed for business as soon as the current owner took over.  He has plans to demolish it and replace it with housing on the land for up to 60 people

If you value having a pub then you must object to Bassetlaw  The application is in conflict with the Neighbourhood Plan and also with the consultation with the residents of the village

Email me if you have any questions