The Blacksmith’s Arms is a traditional, cosy English pub and bar situated in the bustling village of Quorn, Leicestershire. Steeped in history, The Blacksmith’s Arms evolved from being a farmhouse to an alehouse between 1861-1876. It now offers a beautiful balance between its stylish modern décor, hand-selected by its local landlords Sophie and Tony, and quintessential English architecture.
The Blacksmith’s Arms has long been a local favourite bar and pub in Quorn, Leicestershire, but with the modernisation of this bustling country village, the Blacksmith’s Arms has also undergone a recent makeover, now boasting a beautiful open beer garden and extensive range of acclaimed international ales, lagers, gins, spirits, soft drinks and spritzes. This stylish pub and bar provides an idyllic village escape to the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
We welcome you to The Blacksmith's Arms,
Antonio & Sophie
With its private function room, The Blacksmith’s Arms is the perfect place for small gatherings, socials, wakes, receptions and more. The Blacksmith’s Arms currently proudly hosts Quorn Rugby Club, Quorn Cribbage Club and the Quorn History Society for their annual meetings, thus being at the heart of a bustling and welcoming village community. Please see our private function page for booking enquires.
The Blacksmith’s Arms is fully equipped to entice travellers from near and far, and visitors can plan the perfect boutique country escape by booking Acorn Cottage, a romantic cosy cottage situated only a stone’s throw away.
Situated in the heart of the historical Charnwood area in Leicestershire, The Blacksmith's Arms has its own story to tell. From hounds and hunts to World War II, discover the rich history of Quorn and The Blacksmith's Arms.