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The Red Lion, East Haddon

The Red Lion, East Haddon

The Red Lion is nestled in the peaceful, idyllic village of East Haddon, surrounded by picturesque Northamptonshire countryside, just a few miles from Northampton. We are handily placed with ready access and egress from the major Motorway routes M1, M6, A14 & A1 being all within easy reach. Our warm and cosy pub boasts an intimate lounge area, large dining room & manicured gardens making it a great place either as a hideaway from the cold winter’s weather or somewhere to quietly luxuriate in the warm glow of a Summer's day. We are delighted to announce the launch of our new menu that focuses on serving great British food cooked using local seasonal produce. We ensure our ingredients are of the best quality on offer and where possible we source our produce from local suppliers within the County. Open seven days a week from 10am - 11pm for a range of hot and cold drinks. Serving food from 12 - 2.30 and 6 - 9.30 Monday to Friday, and all day across the weekends.

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NN6 8BU


http://www.redlioneasthaddon.co.uk/|
[email protected]|

Address: Main St, East Haddon, Northampton NN6 8BU Telephone: 01604 770223 Email: [email protected]

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