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Inns in Holbeach

The String of Horses
3 Boston Road
Holbeach
Lincolnshire

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Whether you like a quiet drink with friends, playing a game of pool, watching sky + setanta sports or enjoying a snack in the bar, the String of Horses will provide a suitable setting for you to enjoy yourself. If you prefer some entertainment on your night out, we can offer you a wide range of entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings, including some of the areas best bands. We have a wide range of draught products, wines and spirits on offer as well as teas or coffees. Food is offered during lunch and evening times at very reasonable prices. Situated just off the bar on the ground floor is the pool room - the place to prove your prowess with that cue. In short, in addition to a warm and welcoming atmosphere you should find the String of Horses an ideal place to have a good night out. In the Gecko restaurant you'll find a warm and friendly welcome in informal surroundings and enjoy the authentic taste of Tex-Mex cuisine - ranging from favourites Nachos, Hot and Spicy Wings and Tiger Prawns to Blackened Chicken to our range of Tortillas, Tacos and Enchiladas. On the varied menu there's also a good range of Steaks, Racks of Ribs, Gammon and Salmon. You can enjoy your meal with a drink or two in the newly refurbished restaurant or weather permitting in the picturesque courtyard.

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