Admiral Rodney Inn65 Main Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Current opening times (18/09/20): Monday - Friday: 5pm - 10pm Saturday & Sunday: 4pm - 10pm A one-way entry and exit system is in operation; entry to the premises is via the rear door, and exit via the front door. FOR ADDED PROTECTION AGAINST COVID-19, THIS PUB OPERATES A LOYALTY CARD SCHEME FOR 'REGULARS', AND NON-CARD-HOLDERS MAY NOT BE ADMITTED AT CERTAIN TIMES. ANYONE IN THE LATTER CATEGORY PLANNING TO VISIT ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE PUB IN ADVANCE.more information...
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This traditional village pub dates back to the early 19th-century when known as the Lord Rodney, but was substantially rebuilt in 1959, and later extended and refurbished in 1998 to provide an open-plan L-shaped drinking area, retaining the original oak beams in the former snug. A small raised area behind the bar is served through a hatch.
Current and imminent guest beers, usually from SIBA members, are listed on a board above one end of the bar. Quiz night Sunday; cheese tasting on first Monday of month.
Several clubs and groups meet here: a Derby County supporters group, a Diving Club, Hartshorne Bellringers, Hartshorne Cricket Club (whose ground is behind the pub), a Ladies Club, Rodney Ramblers walking group.