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The Crown Inn



7 Debdale Hill, Old Dalby, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire  LE12 3LF

Contact UsTel. 01664 823134
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TypePubs in Old Dalby, Melton Mowbray.
Pub Explorer Reference10546.

Off A606 Nottingham to Melton Road. In old Dalby village turn into Longcliffe Hill at the cemetery & Debdale Hill is first left.

Pub Opening TimesMonday 5pm - 11pm.
Tuesday - Thursday 12noon - 3pm & 6pm - 11pm.
Friday & Saturday 12noon - 1am.
Sunday 12noon - 11pm.

Have a Function with Us


We can cater for your private functions including wedding s & private dining parties in one of our cosy rooms. Please contact us for enquire for further details.


We are proud to offer you restaurant quality meals, cooked to order, prepared from fresh seasonal produce to create a variety of tempting dishes. Our Bar menu features classic pub dishes with an emphasis on quality local produce with dishes including Wild Mushroom & Roquefort Linguini & Beer Battered Fish with hand-cut chips , homemade tartar sauce & garden peas. Our evening A la' Carte menu has an excellent fine dining selection such as Fillet of Collington Beef with hand-cut chips, crispy shallots & béarnaise sauce. or Monkfish cooked 3 ways with Wasabi & Fennel Puree We source our produce locally, helping to support the local economy.

Meal TimesTuesday - Friday 12noon - 2pm & 6pm - 9pm.
Saturday 12noon - 3pm & 6pm - 9pm.
Sunday 12noon - 3pm.


OUTDOOR FACILITIESLarge Beer Garden with Petanque Pitch, Car Parking.
GENERAL FACILITIES Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet.
OTHERChildren Welcome, Dogs Welcome in the bar however not in the restaurant, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.
Crown Inn, Old Dalby

The Crown Inn, Old Dalby is a relaxed real ale country pub & is now back to its former glory. With new, stylish decor, fixtures & fittings it is classically traditional, coupled with a slightly more contemporary feel. The atmosphere is comfortable and classic with a quirky selection of small rooms each with a different character. We also have dining space following an extension to our restaurant. Dating back to 1590, this historic venue has retained its original charm including the original brewing room now used as the bar with its stone floor and real ale casks on the back stillage. The most popular ale is from the Belvoir Brewery up the hill and this sits alongside our guest ales, but it’s the food that has always been at the heart of this pub. On a cool evening you will find a log fire crackling in every room but if the sun is out, head for the garden which is a haven of peace and tranquility. Ask to borrow the pub boules and relax with a game of Petanque.