Welcome to the Thorold, our community owned pub, restaurant and café situated in the picturesque village of Marston. We offer a wide selection of locally sourced dining options along with fine wines and beverages. I look forward to seeing you soon and welcoming you to our tranquil pub set in the heart of Lincolnshire Countryside.
Ed Faulkner – General Manager at The Thorold
Marston, Grantham NG32 2HH
Wow! It's finally come to fruition. With a local collective expertise of Interior Designers, Builders, Architects, Building Control, Trades Men and Women and a whole host of other professions, all pulling together, The Thorold has become a sophisticated, modern yet traditional, cozy, warm and welcoming open plan space where you and the family can enjoy a drink, something to eat or simply just get out and have someone to talk to in a relaxed environment.
A Thank you from The Thorold
These last 18 months have been very challenging for us all, I want to start by saying 'thank you' to all our customers and staff for their support during these strange and difficult times. All of us at The Thorold have been truly touched by everyone's support throughout lockdowns and restriction changes. Each time we have then closed and re-opened the support has been fantastic – Thank-you.
Mon: 12pm - 9:30pm (drinks only)
Tue: 12pm - 9:30pm (drinks only)
Wed: 9.30am - 10pm
Thur: 12pm - 10pm
Fri: 12pm - 11pm
Sat: 12pm - 11pm
Sun: 12pm - 7pm
Last Orders 15 minutes before closing time
Food Service Timesclick here
Wednesday, 9:30am – 12pm
What People are saying...
"Had a really lovely meal at The Thorold, very friendly atmosphere, will definitely be back."
"Lovely food for a brilliant price, beautiful interior, family friendly with lovely amazing staff! I would definitely recommend!!!!!"
"Excellent. Popped in as close to Belton House. Good food, good price, friendly host. Don't need anything more."
"We had a lovely Sunday lunch at The Thorold. Friendly service, cracking food and a decent pint whilst enjoying the welcoming atmosphere, what more could one ask for."
We fought… we lost. So we fought again… and we lost again. So we fought and we fought and we fought some more until we eventually stopped a property developer turning our pub into houses. That was only the beginning, we then had to raise enough money to buy our pub, let alone renovate it. To cut a VERY long story short, we succeeded! Find out more our journey and visit the 'Save The Thorold Arms' website. Become a part of our story…