Stage16 Market Place
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Was known as the Deeping Stage and before the 1970s the New Inn. The frontage gives away its origins as a coaching inn with a wide arch to facilitate the movement of coaches into the courtyard at the rear. Built by wealthy businessman Joseph Mawby in 1803 it advertised itself as being "entirely new with well fitted, commodious accommodation for the nobility, Gentry and Commercial Travellers". The hotel has a variety of areas in which to enjoy a pint or a bite, from a restaurant to the left of the passageway to a bar to the right with an additional room at the front with a comfy sofa or two. Disco on Fridays and live entertainment on Saturdays. Up to four real ales available, one of which is usually from Oakham Ales. Oakademy member.