10 Harborough Road, Clipston, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 9RT | The perfect home from home Country Pub
VILLAGE PUB, COUNTRY DINING & BEDROOMS
The Bull's Head is a traditional village pub dating back to 1627. So when King Charles marched past Clipston on his way to the Battle of Naseby, The Bull's Head had been built just a few years before (He would have been well advised to stop off here and go no further!).
The Bulls Head is a 17th Century Inn offering a fine selection of real ales and great pub food make from local ingredients. It also has three newly decorated rooms if you need to stay the night, offered at competitive rates.
With such an abundance of beautiful, wholesome produce found in the fields and gardens of Leicestershire, we make sure our kitchen uses local suppliers on a daily basis to bring you the best and freshest of all the seasonal offerings. The Bulls Head combines modern cooking techniques with traditional pub fayre to conclude with a menu that features both traditional pub favourites as well as elegant modern classics.
Clipston is a small picturesque village in Northamptonshire, England, just south of Market Harborough, Leicestershire. Located approximately three miles from the town of Market Harborough, and very near to Naseby, the site of the Battle of Naseby that took place in 1645.