The Coach & Horses is the only pub in Hemingby, a quiet village about three and a half miles outside Horncastle on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Hemingby is just off the A158 approximately halfway between Lincoln and Skegness.
Originally from Rotherham, Keith & Deborah Stride, the licensees, came to The Coach & Horses in January 1993 after running a hotel in Todmorden, Lancashire for the previous 5 years. Keith is a member of CAMRA and taked pride in providing a good selection of real ales, including a dark mild. The pub won the Pub of the Season award from the Lincoln branch of CAMRA in Summer 1997, the Pub of the Year in 2008, and has been listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide from 1998 onwards.
Deborah has introduced a comprehensive range of bar meals from sandwiches to steaks, many dishes home-made, including selections for vegetarians and children. All dishes are very competitively priced, with main courses starting at only £3.95. Our 3-course Sunday lunch is very good value at £6.95 for one course, £8.45 for two courses and £9.95 for all three. We have won many awards for our food including runners-up in the 2004-5 Lincolnshire Life magazine Tastes of Excellence awards and a Gold Citation from 2000-2005 and 2010-2015, and runners-up in the 2005 and 2008 Tastes of Lincolnshire awards for public houses. We have a new state-of-the-art coffee machine which can supply you with your favourite coffee at your preferred strength. We are members of Select Lincolnshire and use locally sourced produce whenever possible to help promote Lincolnshire food and drink.