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Dovecote Bar & Grill, Eastwood, Nottingham - August 2016


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Hey guys,

We came across this bar totally by chance. We were looking for somewhere else, which is now occupied :( but it was worth it when we saw this gem!

Can't seem to find out much about it apart from it used to be owned by brewery Greene King and named the Ram Inn. It was sold in around 2007 to a family who changed the concept to serving fine food instead of pub grub. The family company then dissolved and within 3 months the doors were closed, assets sold off and a for sale sign was put outside.

It's a shame really as when it was used it was stunning, the location is amazing and it's decorated to a high standards? It consists of a 3 bedroom flat upstairs and then a cellar, two dining rooms with bars and an outside area.

Anyway a few pics:












Just one more thing guys... Now we (a married couple) share this account. We both take photos and we both like to think that we are epic! We have purposely posted a mixture of our photos and would be grateful if you could help us settle which pictures are the best! Which ones do you like?! None of these pictures have been edited in anyway either.. The sky was really that nice!

Thankyou for reading, onto the next explore :)
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