Eating out near Foxton Locks Lodges
The Black Horse
The Black Horse is in the picturesque village of Foxton in Leicestershire. Just off the A6 about 3 miles out of Market Harborough. We’re just a short walk on the tow path from the popular tourist attraction of Foxton Locks. Escape the busy locks and drop by to enjoy a quiet drink and bite to eat with us. Our chef uses fresh ingredients to produce fabulous meals that you can have outdoors on the patio area whilst taking in the peaceful outdoors, or in our conservatory restaurant where you can still take in the extensive views of the countryside. We offer a wide range of honest home cooked food, and a good selection of accompanying real ale, wine and spirits. Fresh coffee and tea are served throughout the day. 15 minutes walk
The Shoulder of Mutton – Texas Steak House
Located within the centre of the village, this newly renovated pub has been transformed into a Texas Steak House. Serving American and British steaks and other foods, it is well worth a visit. There is also a separate bar area if you are just looking for a quick drink in a quirky venue. Tel: 01858 545 964
Foxton Locks Restaurant
Foxton Locks – Restaurant nestled at the bottom of the famous staircase of 10 locks on the Grand Union Canal, this picturesque inn is the perfect place to enjoy a pint and some excellent food, whilst exploring the history and beauty of the Foxton Locks country park. Open all day, everyday, you can pop in for a pot of tea or a pint of award winning real ale – there are 6 to choose from – or enjoy a leisurely lunch on the heated waterside terrace. Dinner can be a romantic occasion with a pretty view of the softly lit canal and warm hospitality provided by the friendly staff. A great family pub Foxton Locks Inn is child friendly complete with baby changing facilities and provides a separate children’s menu. Dogs are very welcome on the heated terrace and at specially assigned tables inside – so there is no need for dog walkers to go without (please let us know when making a reservation if your dog(s) will be joining you. 15 minutes walk
Bridge 61 Pub
Bridge 61 Pub Foxton Locks is a small traditional canal-side pub situated at the bottom of the locks. It is a great place to relax, whilst watching the boats go by. Open every day of the year, serving local Cask Marqued real ales, coffees, teas & snacks. Decorated with canal artefacts, patio and sunny (hopefully!) beer garden. Dogs, children & muddy boots welcome. 15 minutes walk
The Bell East Langton The bell is a short drive from Foxton Locks Lodges in the picturesque village of East Langton. The pub serves excellent food daily with all the freshest ingredients in its warm and cosy restaurant. The bar area is also perfect if you just fancy a quick drink.
The Bakers Arms
The Bakers Arms is in the pretty village of Thorpe Langton, just a five-minute drive from Foxton Locks Lodges. The pub serves excellent food in a very cosy environment and is the perfect restaurant for that romantic meal. 5 minutes drive
The Bell at Gumley
The Bell is in the small village of Gumley overlooking Foxton – you can actually see the village from the log cabins. This is a traditional pub with lots of original features, which add to its rural and rustic charm. They serve delicious wholesome pub food throughout the week with very good value lunch deals.
The Crown Tur Langton
The Crown has a country pub ambience with log fire and a cosy bar for those cold winter months and a pretty terrace garden at the rear of the property to soak up the summer rays. The pub serves top quality pub food with a wide variety of ales and wines. There is also a pool table and darts board.
The Red Lion
The Red Lion – Great Bowden is based in the bustling village of Great Bowden just a seven minute drive away. This 17th century inn serves some of the best home-made dishes in the area, with all the ingredients sourced from local suppliers. If you are after a quick drink or a delicious meal then this place is worth a visit.
The Swan at Braybrooke : ‘The Swan is a stylish pub situated in the picturesque village of Braybrooke. They have crafted a menu to appeal to those who enjoy the modern British favourites as well as foodies who prefer a bit of flair! There is also a lovely beer garden at the rear of the property for those that just fancy a drink.