The Leagate Inn is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Coningsby, offering a historic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and a desk, and The Leagate Inn makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a pub, consider a visit to The White Bull Inn, which is not far from The Leagate Inn.
Best of all, The Leagate Inn makes it easy to experience some great Coningsby attractions like Saint Michael's Churc (1.2 mi), which is a short distance away.
Enjoy your stay in Coningsby!
Absolutely beautiful place, from the moment we walked in we loved it, the large open fire was brilliant and how dogs are also welcome in the pub was such a lovely touch, our room was perfect too, the drinks menu is brilliant and the food even better! All the staff are very helpful and friendly and the owners are fantastic, made us feel very welcome, would definitely recommend and will definitely be back!
Wonderful room, friendly staff and delicious food! An extensive Gluten Free menu to choose from for both breakfast and dinner, and the whole place was dog friendly so I was able to bring both my dogs in the bar for dinner and breakfast and in the room overnight. The staff made us and the dogs feel so welcome. Can't recommend it highly enough, had an amazing weekend. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
We are new to the area and have visited the Leagate both as a couple and with friends and so happy to have this gem on our doorstep! Food always superb (pie night a must) staff always friendly and welcoming, could not ask for more! Well worth a visit, you will not be disappointed!! 10/10!
We booked into the Leagate Inn for a one-night stay. We were greeted in a very warm and friendly manner by staff, and were shown to room 4 ‘The Revesby Suite’. The room is spacious, reasonably well decorated, with a king-sized bed and en-suite facilities. A temporary portable radiator provided the heating. It is fair to state that the Inn has been considerably upgraded since our last stay. The en-suite includes a roll-top bath, rain-shower and hand-shower, together with complimentary bathroom essentials. I can honestly state that the bathroom GLEAMED it was so clean but providing a non-slip bath mat can only enhance safety. The bedroom itself was similarly spotless. I can only assume that the two sets of curtains are temporary - facing the main road, at night, the room suffered from headlight illumination each time cars passed….a couple of sets of blackout-lined curtains should sort this. We ate in the restaurant for dinner - my husband had duck breast, which was cooked perfectly, while I had monkfish cooked in the lightest of light batters. Delicious. The desserts - a chocolate brownie, and a sponge pudding were disappointingly uninspired. Today (Sunday 12/11) for breakfast we had full English and Eggs Royale, with smoked salmon. Both were very well cooked. For lunch, we had roast pork and roast lamb, served with fresh vegetables, which were decently presented. Our waitress for these meals was NIAMH, who was very pleasant, and attentive without hovering. All other staff with whom we came into contact were also friendly and helpful. We are happy to commend this Inn: apart from a good standard of accommodation and reasonable restaurant, it has a good range of draught ales at the bar! Together with its open log fires, the Leagate Inn is certainly worth visiting.…
The Leagate Inn is a gem of a pub located on a B-road on the outskirts of Coningsby in Lincolnshire. The original building dates back to the mid-16th Century, it's thought that it's been licensed premises since 1560. An annex added in 2000 provides a number of bedrooms on two floors, and a restaurant. The location is convenient for reaching Lincolnshire's main attractions... Lincoln City for the cathedral, castle and really, really ancient architecture, and Skegness and/or Cleethorpes for the seaside. Also nearby are the historic market towns of Louth, Horncastle and Boston. However, it is close to RAF Coningsby, an operational airfield, so the sound of RAF Typhoons taking off and circling overhead might annoy some. The pub is very dog-friendly: they're allowed in the bedrooms and the bars, but not the restaurant. However, all meals can be taken in the bar areas so that's not a problem. Also, there's a large, fully enclosed garden for those morning and evening runs. The pub is clearly well-run, with two real ales (Timothy Taylor Landlord and Adnams Broadside) on tap, and the staff are friendly, efficient and attentive – but not bothersome. Our room was spacious, with comfortable beds (it was a twin) and pillows. The bathroom was well-appointed with an excellent shower... hot, hot, hot, with tremendous water pressure. There was an area formed from the space alongside the bathroom with a large flat-screen TV and an antique-looking two-seat couch – not the most comfortable but adequate with cushions. Helpfully, there were three double power sockets, of which four were available for charging phones and tablets … although one of the sockets was a bit difficult to get to. However the lighting was pretty dim, providing a challenge to those with fading vision. Sadly, this is usual in hotel accommodation around the world. The Leagate Inn's lunch and dinner menus feature high-end pub-grub, and everything we tried over a four-night stay was good … except the first night. It was a Sunday, and when we went down at 1900 roast beef was on the 'Specials' menu, so that's what we we ordered. There were two (generous) slices of beef but they were as difficult to cut up as they were to chew. That the meal came with serrated steak knives should have been a warning... honestly, the worst roast beef we've ever encountered. That said, the breakfast menu is outstanding. There's no buffet and no 'Continental' options ... not a croissant, a Danish pastry, or a slice of Gruyere or of cold meat to be found. It's waiter service, and every dish comes hot from the kitchen. It's worth staying for a few days to work through the choices, and over four days your reviewer had Eggs Benedict, kippers, Eggs Royale (Eggs Benedict but smoked salmon instead of Parma ham), and a half English. The brave (or foolhardy?) breakfaster can also have a Bloody Mary, a Preseco or a bottle of Nyetimber Classic Cuvee. The Leagate Inn provides comfortable, relaxed accommodation, good food, a happy home-away-from-home for dogs, and an excellent base for exploring Lincolnshire. It's almost all good, let down slightly only by the tough, almost inedible roast beef... although that was just the one disappointing meal. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our four-day stay and would definitely recommend The Leagate Inn. TripAdvisor only allows whole-number ratings, but our honest assessment would be 4.5... docking half a point for that infernal roast beef.…