The Coach House Inn

What we have on offer in the bar, and a little history as told from the tales of locals and previous landlords.


We have a range of ales and lagers on tap, with bottled beer including low and zero alcohol, and draft and boxed local ciders. We keep close counsel with real ale experts including our local CAMRA branch.

We are proud to serve our guest lager from Guy Ritchie's 'Gritchie' microbrewery in Wiltshire. At 4.2%, it is a german-style Helles lager with a citrus edge. When we opened we were the only server of this fine lager for 80 miles, and it fast became a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.

Spirits are plentiful, and paired with a range of top-class mixers. Our wines are numerous and expertly curated, informed by a local specialist sommelier.

For the drivers, tee-totallers, and 'not today-ers' we have great coffee from Dark Woods roastery, a range of teas, and crisp thirst-quenching soft drinks.


"The pub was previously called The Halfway House, because by horse it was halfway between Spalding and Leicester, so travellers would stay overnight in the Ostlers, which is now number 1 Stamford Road, next door to the pub, and the coaches would be housed in (guess what) the coach house." 

Margaret and Colin Wright from South Luffenham gave us this information, and Margaret should know as she worked in the pub for over a decade up until the late 1970s. They also gave us this photo.