When it comes to the most cosy pubs in Nottingham city centre, The Cross Keys has to be right up there. Between the traditional look, plush armchairs and 200-year history, it's already a winner - but then you can also add in a menu spanning everything from steaming pies to stacked burgers.
Cosy Pubs In Nottingham
Want to nurse a pint while cuddling up in a blanket? Or maybe you fancy a piled-high plate of British grub in front of an open fire? From city centre picks with a traditional look to country boozers boasting heated dining domes, we've got 'em all across our low-down on the best cosy pubs in Nottingham.
Last updated on 10th October 2023
After the best country pubs in Nottinghamshire with cosy vibes? Not only does the food here cover both pan-Asian fusion and British classics for a wide variety of choice, but there are heated outdoor igloos packed with winter decor and the seasonal drinks to match. Even your dog gets their own menu to munch through too.
A list of cosy gastro pubs in Nottinghamshire wouldn't be complete without The Willow Tree, a West Bridgford boozer that's got rustic-looking fires and blankets in the colder months if you fancy getting extra snuggly. Plus, the menu here includes British favourites and even crumble of the day for pud.
If you're after cosy pubs in the city, you're in luck with The Loxley. The venue has everything you need for a cracking good time - think HD screens, pints aplenty, and a wide range of delicious grub. Our favourite? The cheesy bacon loaded mac and cheese fries is comfort food at its best.
Over 100 types of gin, 20 whiskies and 12 real ale taps are already warming the cockles at The Sir John Borlase Warren, a city centre pub that prides itself on having cosy nooks inside with a secret terrace garden outdoors. Better yet, warming fires top off this great choice.