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Motorhome Pub Stopover
|Dry Doddington, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, NG23 5HU|
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|Halfway between the historical market town of Newark and Grantham the home of Isaac Newton, The Wheatsheaf Inn overlooks Dry Doddington's St. James Church who's tower out leans the leaning tower of Pisa. With real ales a nice selection of wines and spirts, pub food classics, lovely log fire, beer garden and children's play area, plus we're dog friendly. Where better to relax after work or on the weekend We're open everyday of the week and serve food on Wednesday to Saturday 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 9pm and on Sunday 12 to 5pm|
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Great little stop over, just 1.5m off the A1. We stayed here in our Ducato conversion for 1 night. We contactes ahead via Facebook. It was their bank holiday BBQ, therefore very busy, however i’d imagine it is most weekends (at least) anyway. The car park is small & spaces are first come, first served. No charge, so long as you spend in the pub. No facilitys, only toilet when pub open & bin.View all reviews by bexjustitch
We found the staff very welcoming, friendly & helpful. They even gave us a bag full of breadbuns after we’d walked to the shop, only to find it was closed!
Good selection of ales, gins & selected other spirits. Gorgeous church & village green just over the road. Over-all a good nights stay.
Small car park so ok for our 6m moho. Lovely village and pub with friendly owners and locals. Nice food and dog friendly. No facilities after pub closes which wasn’t an issue. Backs onto a farm so expect farm noises early in the morning. Think it was milking time at around 5am, lots of mooing! Lovely stopover nonetheless. Visit the alpaca farm if you’re in the area.View all reviews by kathryn99