Anne of Cleves, Melton Mowbray
Anne of Cleves is probably the most attractive pub in Melton Mowbray. It also has the pretties beer garden we've seen for a long time. The pub is named after King Henry VIII's luckiest wife; she never lost her head but instead received a handsome settlement - which included this house - after her marriage was annulled. As you can imagine, it's a rather old building and has been and decorated in a sufficiently understated contemporary style not to jar with the existing architecture. A smaller room over to the left seems to be set out for diners but the larger room, where the bar is situated, is a cosy and attractive place to enjoy one of the numerous Everards beers on offer. Service was chirpy and efficient while the food (traditional British) was well priced. When you add the 'Victorian' style garden, with its well maintained borders, mature trees and numerous birds flitting about, we can do nothing but award a four pint rating.
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12 Burton Street, Melton Mowbray, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE13 1AE
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Exit the station and turn left, going into town. The pub will soon be on your left.