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The Star and Garter, Metheringham - pub details

Address: Princes Street, Metheringham, Lincolnshire, LN4 3BX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36913) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Metheringham (0.6 miles)

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White Hart, Metheringham (0.1 miles), Londesborough Arms, Metheringham (0.2 miles), Red Lion, Dunston (1.1 miles)

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Great pub with the best people in charge its just a shame Punch Taverns are getting them out and it looks like they are doing it because they are gay. Please have your say on 08447360360 they cant be allowed to get away with this.
dm2000 - 4 Oct 2010 14:59
Visited here back in November when it was the location for a wake, being the local of a recently departed family member.
The Star and Garter is a two bar corner pub in the village of Metheringham, a medium sized village, 10 miles south east of Lincoln.
There is a central bar serving area to which the public bar is to the front of the pub and the saloon is to the back and from each when standing at the bar, you can see through to the other one.
There is also a third room which may be used as a dining room in normal use but was in use for the buffet for our party on this occasion.
The public bar is a good layout in that it has a pool table , darts board an open fire place with real fire as well as a large standing area in front of the bar and all are in their own defined area which does not intrude onto the others. So we could huddle round the open fire and be well out of the way of the people standing up the bar and those playing pool. The saloon bar was again laid out around a fireplace, but if I remember correctly, this one had a gas fire and the room had more the feel of someone’s front room. Two real ales were on , but memory fades and I cannot remember what they were, except for the fact that both were kept well. I cannot comment on the pub food on offer, but if it is anything like the buffet we had (which contained first experience of Lincolnshire Plum Loaf), then it will be top notch.

Gann - 31 Mar 2009 15:46

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