Heritage

The Vale of Belvoir has a rich and diverse heritage as an area of predominantly small rural communities. This has left us with a significant number of public houses which have been recognised for their heritage value.

Listed Buildings

A number of the area’s pubs have been recognised by Historic England as being worthy of Grade II listed building status:

Surviving Public Houses in Listed Buildings in the Vale of Belvoir:

Crown & Plough, 3 East End, Long Clawson LE14 4NG (Grade II Listed Building No. 1075044)

Manners Arms, (formerly: Red House) Croxton Road Knipton NG32 1RH (Grade II Listed Building No. 1360893)

Martin’s Arms, School Lane, Colston Bassett NG12 3FD (Grade II Listed Building No. 1370145)

Muston Gap, Church Lane, Muston NG13 0FD (Grade II Listed Building No. 1294994)

Nag’s Head, 20 Main Street, Harby LE14 4BN (Grade II Listed Building No. 1075048)

Red Lion, Grantham Road, Bottesford NG13 0DF (Grade II* Listed Building No. 1075098)

Staunton Arms, Staunton in the Vale NG13 9PE (Grade II Listed Building No. 1369948)

Unicorn’s Head, Main Street, Langar NG13 9HE (Grade II Listed Building No. 1235976)

Wheatsheaf Inn, Long Acre, Bingham NG13 8BG (Grade II Listed Building No.1258957)

Wheatsheaf Inn, Nottingham Road, Cropwell Bishop NG12 3BP (Grade II Listed Building No. 1290273)

Lost pubs

Peacock, Church Corner , Redmile NG13 0GA (Grade II Listed Building No. 1294657)

Red House (formerly: Red Lion), Main Road, Nether Broughton LE14 3HB (Grade II Listed Building No. 1075075)

For more information on Pubs in Listed Buildings in the Vale of Belvoir Branch Area please click on the fact sheet and the summary information schedule .