The Quorndon Fox, a country pub in Loughborough

We’ve got everything you need from a country pub near you. 

Originally called The Double Necked Swan, which opened in 1740, The Quorndon Fox takes the town's former name. In 1889, Quorndon became Quorn as its name was frequently confused with another nearby town also called Quorndon. 

Our menus are full of hearty favourites and country pub classics, as well as our seasonal dishes, and we’ll be ready with a well-stocked bar, including cask ales, fine wines and British gin to suit very taste - which will taste all the better when enjoyed either in our beautiful gardens or by our crackling log fires.


Charming country pubs in lovely locations

We have welcomed countless guests to our beautiful old inn over the past two-and-a-half centuries. With our large, attractive gardens, the pub is a focal point for the village which is surrounded by glorious rolling countryside.

Nestled just outside of Loughborough and in the heart of the East Midlands, there’s plenty to do to keep you busy before or after your time with us. Historians will enjoy going to visit the burial site of Richard III of England – the King that was found in a Leicester car park.

Whether you’re out walking your dog or just exploring the local area, there’s always plenty to do around The Quorndon Fox.