The Cradock Arms is an old public house situated in the town of Leicester, Leicestershire. The pub dates back to the 1800’s, part of which still has the thatched roof. There are although newly added sections which allows for a more spacious and comfortable environment. They serve a full selection of draught beers, wines and spirits for your enjoyment along with lovely range of soft drinks for those non-drinkers and drivers. To accommodate all customers who smoke, there is now a heated smoking shelter, along with a beer garden, which is a fabulous place to relax with a refreshing drink during the summer months. With disabled access, disabled toilets and a car park situated on the grounds of the pub we tend to the needs of all customers. There is also a pool table and dart bored available to keep everybody amused. An extensive Home Cooked menu is served throughout the pubs premises, so customers will never go hungry. We hold live music events occasionally. If there are any special occasions coming up we can cater for it in the pubs fantastic function room. This can accommodate up to 200 guests at any one time. So whether it’s a quiet drink or a lively night out The Cradock Arms is the place to be.