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A little about The Old Bulls Head

With its tempting menus, modern interiors, and friendly atmosphere, The Old Bull’s Head in Leicestershire, allows you to indulge in stylish dining, every single night of the week.

Offering a delicious menu of seasonal dishes, The Old Bull’s Head caters for all dining requirements. So, whether you’re looking for a comfortable and stylish spot to enjoy a light lunch and coffee with friends or a celebratory dinner with your nearest and dearest, our interiors, menus, and atmosphere are sure to impress.

Featuring a spacious dining area that’s perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your group dining needs, a sophisticated bar area, and plenty of comfy spots to relax and unwind, this popular pub, bar, and restaurant is nestled in Woodhouse Eaves – a pretty English village on the side of Beacon Hill.

Offering a great selection of wines, real ales, and lagers, as well as an extensive selection of dishes including everything from light bites and starters through to mouth-watering pizzas, hearty burgers, and traditional pub favourites, our all-encompassing menu has been designed to accommodate the entire family’s dining requirements.

A little about The Old Bulls Head
Relax at The Old Bulls Head

Perfect for any occasion

Located in Woodhouse Eaves, The Old Bull’s Head offers a delightful experience for locals as well as visitors to the area.

Situated in Leicestershire, this stylish bar, pub and restaurant is accessible on foot and is only a 10-minute drive from Barrow-upon-Soar Rail Station.

We also a boast a large outdoor seating area with heating and lighting - providing the ideal space to relax and unwind in the sunshine.

Other convenient amenities include onsite car parking, free Wi-Fi, and wheelchair access. Dogs are also welcome in our outdoor seating area to the front of the pub.

Keeping Busy in Woodhouse Eaves

Set in the picturesque English village of Woodhouse Eaves, The Old Bull’s Head is the ultimate, country style retreat – so it’s ideally placed to accommodate hikers looking to refuel after a long day exploring the countryside, or dog walkers looking for an idyllic spot to enjoy a refreshing drink with their furry friend. 

Once you’ve re-fuelled, there are lots of things to do and see in Loughborough and the surrounding area. From the Great Central Railway, Manor Farm and Woodlands and Beacon Hill Country Park, through to Manor Organic Farm, Whatton House and Gardens, and the John Taylor Bellfoundry Museum, there are a whole host of attractions for whole family to enjoy.

A little about The Old Bulls Head