The Jackson Stops – ½ a mile from Stretton Lakes in the village of Stretton
Modern British Cuisine in a beautiful thatched oak beamed setting.
Robert Reid, along with Dave and Laura, welcome you to The Jackson Stops, Good Local Ales, Beautiful food in elegant surroundings.
The Olive Branch – ½ a mile from Stretton Lakes in the village of Stretton
Michelin star since 2002, Country Dining Pub of the year since 2003 The Olive Branch is run by Sean Ben and Marcus, friendly and informative staff serve traditional and innovative pub food on wooden kitchen tables set by open fires, along with fine wines and real ales. In the kitchen they create wonderful pub classics alongside some more ‘restaurant style’ dishes all using local ingredients.
OAKHAM – Rutland Water is one of the largest man-made reservoirs in Europe and is located in Rutland, England’s smallest county.
Set in 3,100 acres of countryside, the reservoir offers something for everyone in an exciting yet peaceful environment. It has a 25-mile circular track for walking and you can hire a bicycle or bring your own.
Rutland Water has an international reputation for sailing, trout fishing and bird watching.
OAKHAM – 7 Miles
Oakham is the County town of Rutland. Rich in history and character, Oakham is a bustling lively market town. The market takes place every Wednesday and Saturday in the Market Place. There is a wide variety of stalls selling fruit & vegetables, fish and cheeses, bread, clothes, household goods and plants.
STAMFORD – 7 Miles
Stamford is renowned for its historical, architecture. Declared a conservation area in 1967 and is proclaimed as ’the finest stone town in England’.
Specialist shops include china, wholefoods, confectionery, quality boutiques, interior design, art galleries, antiques, bookshops, crafts and giftware together with major high-street retailers and a wide choice of cafes, restaurants, inns and tearooms.