The Hutt pub near Newstead Abbey in Ravenshead has a makeover



YOUR average hut conforms to the dictionary definition: a makeshift dwelling or shelter, perhaps as small as the shed next to your compost heap. The one in Ravenshead, however, comes with a double T and there is nothing makeshift about it.
The Hutt takes its name from the medieval spelling of the word. The handsome, stone-mullioned building on the A60 at Ravenshead stands on the site of a lodge - the Royal Hutt - possibly a base for the foresters briefed to protect King John's deer from the fabled Merry Men.
The hostelry was later a coaching inn where Nottingham-bound travellers could take... read more

 
7 January 2015 in Regional East, Views: 47
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