The Dirty Duck is a relaxing retreat, quenching the thirst of the Vale of Belvoir and beyond.
See our new Menu here.
Vegan friendly and flexible to your dietary needs.
Booking is essential inside, we operating on a first come first served basis in our Beer Garden
Book or call us to reserve a table.
Guests can enjoy good fresh food at a reasonable price and a wide array of ales and beers, not to mention our sought after Prosecco on tap.
We are open to everyone, ideal for families, pensioners, bikers, cyclists, horsemen.
Live music updates are on Facebook here.
Our live music schedule can be found on facebook through this link.
Be sure to add us so that you won’t miss out.
The Dirty Duck Pub is located on Duck Lane in Woolsthorpe in the beautiful Vale of Belvoir. (Sat Navs may take you the “scenic route” or not at all.)
The large Beer Garden looks onto the charming canal with a patio area designed for total relaxation outdoors.
Mingle in the fresh country air with the gazebo and a few corner sofas outside.
The children’s play area has tables nearby where parents can sit and have a drink or have lunch and keep an eye on their children while they enjoy playing in the surrounding area.
We are dog friendly and politely request you keep them on a lead whilst your four legged friends refresh after a long walk.
We are now offering professional catering for venue hire at the Duck Hall adjacent to the Pub. Click here for more information.
The Dirty Duck Pub Team
Archives of the Pub have been found as far back as 1910 called The Rutland Arms.
The Dirty Duck Pub is now under the management of Lynne and Jean Francois Pozzetto who have been in the catering business for over 35 years.
With hospitality experience all over Europe, Jean Francois and Lynne have been busy working in hotels, restaurants and pubs from Switzerland to Ireland and England.
The Dirty Duck staff consist of local young and enthusiastic individuals that are ready to make your visit enjoyable.
It is with great pleasure to train the next generation and have their energy amongst the team.
Why not see for yourself what the Dirty Duck is all about?