Historically The Stone Arms, once thought to be a Coffee House was named after Henry Stone, who was a 17th Century Lord of the Manor, who without heir, bequeathed the property to Christ's Hospital, London in 1693. The sale of Christ Hospital properties took place back in 1914, the pub was part of the Charity's Holdings and was described in the sale catalogue as - The Stone Arms Inn, a Free House with a full 6 day licence. Henry Stone's coat of arms can still be seen on the windows and the sign of the Pub.
The pub is close to the Skellingthorpe Old Wood, which is part of the Sherwood Forest, and attracts walkers and cyclists, who invariably frequent our traditional establishment.
We pride ourselves on providing the very best customer service and experience. Call 01522 682589 now to discuss your requirements with Ben and his Team.