Pubs in Huntingdon

If you’re looking for pubs in Huntingdon, look no further. Read about each pub in the area and find one that sounds good to you.

Pubs in Huntingdon Town

About the Pub

Cromwells Bar is one of the pubs in Huntingdon that serves up great beer, cracking pub food and exciting events. They are the perfect spot for a post-work drink, a fun spot to catch up with friends and a great place to let your hair down after a busy week. The food menu has all your classic pub grub favourites. Choose from their great selection of burgers, steaks, grills and more. Join them for lunch or dinner any day of the week. They have a great selection of light bites and grazers if you’re not feeling that hungry. If a drink’s what you’re after then they can sort you out. They have got it all; draught lager, craft beer, cider, cocktails, wine and soft drinks. Grab a drink and relax with our live entertainment.

Address

Cromwells Bar, 137 High St, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3NF

About the Pub

Sympathetically restored, The Falcon is a traditional British pub with something for everyone. From a wide selection of real ales and the beautiful outdoor garden area to pub quizzes and events.

They have a great choice of home cooked food – have a look at their Menus, and then go and try for yourself!

Address

The Falcon, 10 Market Hill, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3NR

The Green Man

About the Pub

The Green Man pub features a traditional wooden beamed bar, a separate family restaurant and a cosy lounge bar with a traditional multi-fuel burner (for those cold winter evenings) and a warm cosy snug bar area, with additional dining facilities. There is a large beer garden to the side of the pub with a large secure children’s play area featuring an enclosed trampoline, climbing frame, swings, slide, and games. There are plenty of tables and chairs at which to enjoy our fresh home cooked food, fine drinks selection and take in the good weather (we cannot promise the good weather).

Address

The Green Man, 1 East St, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3LZ

Market Inn

About the Pub

Market Inn is a four hundred year old traditional pub down an alley off the market square. Once a series of tied cottages serving the former Fountain Hotel Brewery, it retains its original roof and three listed fireplaces. The front bar has unspoilt wood panelled décor and stained glass windows. Karaoke every other Monday and live music at least once per month. Handily placed for the bus station which is a short walk from the market square. Tea and coffee are always available. No under 16’s allowed in the Pub.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

Market Hill, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3NJ

About the Pub

The Old Bridge is a handsome, ivy-clad, 18th century townhouse hotel. It sits on the banks of the River Great Ouse, but also on the edge of the town centre.

Its atmosphere balances that of a professionally run ’boutique’ hotel and a relaxed, bustling inn; a popular destination for both the local community and visitors to the area. It has been privately owned by John and Julia Hoskins since 1994.

Although most government restrictions have now been lifted, we continue to apply some measures to ensure the hotel is a safe and comfortable place to visit for the great majority of our guests.

Address

Old Bridge Hotel, 1 High St, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3TQ

About the Pub

Samuel Pepys is always serving delicious food, well-kept real ales and hand selected wines. There is something for every taste on the menu every day.

What’s more, with regular events such as live music and themed tasting evenings, there’s always something going on for you to enjoy!

The Samuel Pepys is the perfect venue for business lunches, breakfasts and meetings and celebrations of all kinds. Whether you’re meeting up with friends, having a lunchtime snack with colleagues, holding a business meeting or celebrating a special occasion, The Samuel Pepys is the perfect local venue for drinks & dining.

Address

Samuel Pepys, 146 High St, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3TF

The Three Tuns

About the Pub

The Three Tuns is one of the few pubs in Huntingdon residing in the town centre. Parts of the pub are Grade II listed. Real ale was reintroduced at the end of 2019.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Address

The Three Tuns, 139 High St, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3NF

Pubs in Huntingdon: Ellington

The Mermaid

About the Pub

The Mermaid is a quintessential English village pub, parts of which date from around the 14th century, with the main range dating from the early 17th century. The oak beamed bar has a welcoming atmosphere, with a fire for winter months. There is a separate upper snug with a wood burning stove. In warmer months, the garden offers an idyllic setting near the village church with private Dining Booths. Quality bar food available, with a choice of Eight handmade dishes, and a full A la Carte menu is also available. A choice of three real ales constantly changing are offered, and include beers from Digfield, Oakham, Nobby’s, Grainstore, Woodforde’s, and Adnams.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 3 changing beers.

Changing beers typically include:

Address

The Mermaid, High St, Ellington, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0AB

Pubs in Huntingdon: Kimbolton

New Sun Inn

About the Pub

New Sun Inn is an impressive Georgian fronted building with a comfortable lounge and two dining areas. The lounge has oak beams, sofas and an open fire. Towards the rear of the pub is a tiled floor dining area, which leads to an outdoor patio with a variety of potted plants. Good home cooked food ranges from a constantly changing blackboard of traditional pub food to an a la Carte restaurant menu with an extensive wine list. All the food is homemade.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

New Sun Inn, 20 High St, Kimbolton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0HA

Pubs in Huntingdon: Houghton

About the Pub

Three Horseshoes Inn is a busy local in a characterful grade II listed 17th century building in a picturesque village well known for Houghton Mill. This historic river mill on the Great Ouse is owned by the National Trust is nearby. The pub is very popular with walkers and cyclists using the Thicket Path from St Ives, especially in the summer months. The Three Horseshoes has two main bar areas and plenty of space for diners. All real ales, which include one from a local brewery, are served by gravity dispense from a tap room behind the bar. Food is served at lunchtime and evenings from Monday to Saturday, with a carvery on Sunday afternoon. There are occasional themed food nights.

Opens at 5pm on Monday and Tuesday from late October till mid March. Food may not be available on Monday & Tuesday in the winter months.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 3 regular beers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

Three Horseshoes Inn, The Green, Houghton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2BE

Pubs in Huntingdon: Wyton

About the Pub

The Three Jolly Butchers is a village pub that despite numerous refurbishments and modernisation retains considerable charm and some original features, including numerous oak beams and fireplace. The main bar has a stone floor, comfy sofas and plain wooden tables and chairs. A separate restaurant offers an extensive menu. There is a large garden, with table football on the patio. Two changing beers are often from independent breweries.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 3 regular beers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 changing beers.

Address

The Three Jolly Butchers, 3 Huntingdon Rd, Wyton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2AD

Pubs in Huntingdon: Warboys

The White Hart

About the Pub

The White Hart in Warboys is a busy community pub (rebuilt after a serious fire in 1996) with public bar on the left, and lounge bar on the right which is set out with tables for diners. Has large beer gardens at both the front and rear. The pub takes part in During Warboys Feast at the end of July when there is live music and bouncy castle for children.

The White Hart bowling green is at the rear of the pub where crown green bowls are played.

Historic Interest

It is believed that in the late 1500’s the Warboys Witches were tortured in the White Hart, and that the building is haunted.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 changing beers.

Address

The White Hart, 35 High St, Warboys, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 2TA

Pubs in Huntingdon: Bury

The White Lion

About the Pub

The White Lion is a town centre pub that has escaped modern brashness, it has regular entertainment sessions on Sundays . The splendid “Oak Room” is now fully accessible within opening hours. The building is Grade II listed.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

Historic Interest

Woodwork in the rear “Oak Room”. The building is Grade II listed.

Address

The White Lion, Upwood Rd, Bury, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 2PA

Pubs in Huntingdon: Hemingford Abbots

About the Pub

Axe and Compass has seating for 90 people meaning you will always find the perfect spot to relax and enjoy your visit. The main dining area can be separated to seat 40 for a private dinner or 100 as a standing function. The smaller dining room can be hired for private dining for up to 12 people.

Address

Axe and Compass, High St, Hemingford Abbots, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 9AH

Pubs in Huntingdon: Hemingford Grey

The Cock Inn

About the Pub

The Cock (National Pub of the year twice in the last decade) is a country pub and restaurant serving modern British fayre. Expect first rate food and drink in traditional surroundings and al fresco dining in our lovely garden, served by their knowledgeable and friendly team.

The Cock sits close to the Great Ouse river in the lovely village of Hemingford Grey not far from Huntingdon and St Ives.

A traditional country pub, a separate entrance from the restaurant, serves local real ales and village cider in comfortable surroundings. There are some lovely riverside walks along the Ouse River up to Houghton Mill and through Hemingford Abbots. They welcome dogs in the pub side but not in the restaurant. Please note, they don’t serve food in the pub side during the evenings or on Sunday lunch times.

The restaurant serves modern British food. Amongst others dishes, try their amazing duck parcel, fresh fish, a good choice for vegans and vegetarians, succulent steaks, The Cock’s famous sausages or a winning Sunday roast. Sunday lunch is now served all day 12 noon – 5pm.

Address

The Cock Inn, 47 High St, Hemingford Grey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 9BJ

Pubs in Huntingdon: Fenstanton

Crown & Pipes

About the Pub

Crown & Pipes is an early 18th century building with an early timber-framed cross-wing. A traditional community village pub, focused on pub games and sports TV.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Address

Crown & Pipes, 14 High St, Fenstanton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 9LQ

Pubs in Huntingdon: Broughton

About the Pub

The Crown Inn is one of the many amazing pubs in Huntingdon. Their fabulous chefs, Mark Frith and Elizabeth Tutton have outdone themselves with their summer menu. The best thing about being an independent pub which creates dishes onsite is they can and do ask the chefs to play, try, invent and if it doesn’t work they’ll try something else and this menu they have had a lot of fun with that concept. As you will see, they always have a fantastic array of menus for all dietary requirements.

Address

The Crown Inn, Bridge Rd, Broughton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3AY

Pubs in Huntingdon: Earith

The Original Crown

About the Pub

The Original Crown is a busy village pub catering for locals and passing trade. A more basic public bar offers pub games (pool and darts). It has a separate lounge for dining. The garden offers a wonderful view of the River Ouse. Free Moorings for Customers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

The Original Crown, 48 Earith High St, Earith, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3PP

Pubs in Huntingdon: Pidley

About the Pub

The Mad Cat Inn is set in the picturesque village of Pidley in Cambridgeshire and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Their quirky and beautiful old fashioned pub, dating back to 1648, has a great reputation for its food, real ales, great service and good company. You can relax with friends and family in the bar before moving into our restaurant to enjoy your meal while sitting next to the log fire. In the Summertime you may wish to enjoy your meal in their large pub garden.

Address

The Mad Cat Inn, High St, Pidley, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3BX

Pubs in Huntingdon: Ramsey

The Angel

About the Pub

The Angel is a pretty, brick built pub consisting of a bar area. There’s a pool table and dartboard. The bar boasts four changing regional ales and Local Ales, as well as a couple of real ciders. Reopened in 2016 after extensive refurbishment by the new owners. Friendly staff and locals provide a great venue for real ales drinkers.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 changing beers.

Address

The Angel, 76 High St, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1BS

The Cross Keys

About the Pub

The Cross Keys is a historic and beautiful pub and restaurant which dates back to the 17th century retains the rustic charm and character of its heritage.

The new Smokehouse menu offers a large range of American deep south and traditional dishes, all being cooked to order using primarily fresh local produce.

A large outside decking and lawn areas allow you to enjoy the fresh air, when the sun makes an appearance.

Please take a look through their website where you can find menus, images of the Cross Keys, details of upcoming events and how to find them.

Address

The Cross Keys, 39 High St, Upwood, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 2QE

The Ale House

About the Pub

The Ale House Kitchen is a modern gastro-pub serving two regular ales (Greene King IPA and their own Ale House Kitchen Ale), as well as two rotating ales sourced from a variety of local breweries. The restaurant serves a variety of modern classic food with a large steak menu and Sunday lunches. Next door is their gin and prosecco bar, the Botanical House, home to over 75 regular gins, and around 25 weekly guest gins.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 changing beers.

Address

The Ale House, 65 High St, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1AB

The George Inn

About the Pub

The George Inn is a true local Fenland community pub. Split into three rooms on two levels. The main bar is a higher level than the small separate restaurant. Two or three ales are usually available. Good quality food is served daily (except Mon & Tues). Darts and pool played. The nearby Fenland drain makes access by boat possible. Old Fenland life is depicted by the many artifacts that adorn the walls. Access by public transport only during the daytime. This pub is now a freehold with new owners from mid-2017.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

The George Inn, 1 Ramsey Rd, Ramsey Forty Foot, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 2XN

The Jolly Sailor

About the Pub

The Jolly Sailor Ramsey has been a regular meeting place for over 400 years. It dates back to the time when Ramsey had a river running along its spine, transporting goods across the fens and beyond. The Jolly Sailor has always been at the heart of the community, something that reflected in its unique rich & warm hospitality.

Come in and try their real ales. They have been proud members of CAMRA REAL ALES for many years and hold annual summertime beer festivals. Their fully stocked bar hosts a wide range of drinks and a good selection of quality non-alcoholic drinks.

Address

The Jolly Sailor, 43 Great Whyte, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1HH

Three Horseshoes

About the Pub

The Three Horseshoes, nicknamed “the Kickers” is a large, modern sports bar with several comfortable seating areas. The walls are adorned with film and music posters and several TVs for sporting events. Popular with younger clientele. Pool table. Occasional guest beer. Runs a happy hour.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Address

Three Horseshoes, 50 Little Whyte, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1DS

Pubs in Huntingdon: Hartford

About the Pub

The Barley Mow is one of the pubs in Huntingdon that offer a great experience for almost any occasion and the food is freshly prepared on a daily basis using the finest, locally sourced, quality ingredients and the best of British produce. Proud to be a community-based pub, they are located in Hartford, just a short walk from the centre of Huntingdon, near the river Ouse.

Whether you’re looking for a special celebration dinner, a relaxed family Sunday lunch, or a good place to meet up with a group of friends, expect a warm welcome, sensible prices, and a memorable experience for all the family.

Address

The Barley Mow, 42 Main St, Hartford, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 1XU

About the Pub

King Of The Belgians is a sixteenth-century multi-award winning pub in a picturesque village setting. This is a genuine community pub which offers an ever-changing selection of real ales, cider and good value food every day including takeaway pizza and a traditional Sunday roast. Solid oak beams and a copper topped bar are features of the public bar and there’s a separate dining area.

The range of community activities includes a monthly quiz night, pub games nights and open mic-style music nights on the 1st Monday of each month. Every second Thursday is BYO cheese night and there’s a monthly themed food night.

Hunts CAMRA Community Pub of the Year 2017, Hunts CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017, Hunts Urban Pub of the Year 2017 and Cambridgeshire CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017. One of CAMRA’s 2019 Summer of Pub recommended dog friendly pubs.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 4 changing beers.

Historic Interest

Formerly the King of the Prussians and the Traitors’ Arms.

Address

King Of The Belgians, 27 Main St, Hartford, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 1XU

About the Pub

Lord Protector is a great local community pub offering great value for money food and drink. The Lounge bar is a more traditional bar where we have Poker & Karaoke on Fridays, Live Bands on Saturdays, Solo and Duo’s Sunday lunchtime and even Bingo on Mondays

Traditional pub games are played. They have Pool, Darts, Domino teams, a Football team and a Golf Society. New members for all teams are always welcome.

Address

Lord Protector, Mayfield Road, Hartford, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 1NH

Pubs in Huntingdon: Sawtry

The Bell

About the Pub

The Bell is a friendly village community pub, with two main bar areas, a separate family room, and a large garden with children’s play area. There are two real ales, one of which changes infrequently.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

The Bell, 82 Green End Rd, Sawtry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 5UY

About the Pub

Greystones is a large Grade II listed pub in the centre of the village. Large central bar, with a smaller snug to one side, and a very large function and games room at the rear. Extensive beer garden with children’s play area.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

Greystones, The Grn, Sawtry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 5ST

Pubs in Huntingdon: Godmanchester

About the Pub

The Black Bull, Godmanchester is a 17th-century Coaching Inn on the historic route between London to Edinburgh. Situated in the picturesque town of Godmanchester, a stone’s throw from the River Great Ouse, they offer well-kept real ale and craft beers, home-made pub food, newly refurbished bedrooms and a separate function block perfect for corporate and private events.

They pride themselves on a friendly, efficient service with delicious food and a welcoming atmosphere. The pub and large garden are family and dog-friendly.

Stop off for a light lunch, join them for a Monday Pub Quiz, Wednesday Curry Club, wood-fired pizzas in the Garden on Friday and Saturday (weather dependent!) or a delicious Sunday Roast.

Address

The Black Bull, 32 Post St, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 2AQ

About the Pub

The Exhibition is a very popular pub, restaurant and bar on London Road in Godmanchester, near Huntingdon. They are family owned & run with a warm, friendly, welcoming atmosphere. They have an open fire and enclosed garden. With locally sourced ingredients and an award winning chef they are a great place to eat. They have lunch, dinner & Sunday menus, a popular bar pizza menu, delicious puddings, bar snacks, guest ales, draught beers, spirits and a fabulous wine list.

Address

The Exhibition, 3-5 London Rd, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 2HZ

About the Pub

The White Hart in Godmanchester is a modern bistro style pub and restaurant in a building originally dating from the 15th century, but with the current building mainly 17th century. The bar has a mass of exposed beams and stipped pine floor, but the modern leather furniture and pale painted walls give a contemporary feel to this old building. This style is continued in the restaurant, which has an inglenook fireplace, and opens out into an airy room from the Victorian era, with period fireplace. The menu is very varied and tapas snacks through to full three course gourmet meals are served 12-2pm and 6-9pm.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

The White Hart, 2 Cambridge Rd, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 2BW

The Royal Oak

About the Pub

Large community pub with an imposing Georgian frontage, and a long bar leading to multiple multilevel drinking areas, including a pool room.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 changing beer.

Address

The Royal Oak, 7 Causeway, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 2HA

Pubs in Huntingdon: Brampton

About the Pub

The Black Bull in Brampton is a popular village local pub with large garden. Four busy hand pumps and hot food is served all day. This is one of the pubs in Huntingdon that Samuel Pepys used to drink in. Next door is the Brampton Parish Church, founded in Norman times and opposite is the Manor House, now a Cheshire Home. Occasional live music and an annual beer festival.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 regular beers.

Historic Interest

Samuel Pepys drank here.

Address

The Black Bull, 25 Church Ln, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 4PF

About the Pub

The Brampton Mill is a premium pub, bar, and restaurant with its very own courtyard, centrally located in the heart of the picturesque town of Brampton.

Positioned on the idyllic River Great Ouse, The Brampton Mill offers the perfect location to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life in truly relaxing surroundings.

Set inside a unique converted mill, step inside this characterful building and you will be able to enjoy a delicious menu of hearty pub food, captivating interiors, as well as lots of stylish corners where you can relax and unwind.

Boasting an impressive dining room, a chic bar area, and an attractive outdoor space that’s perfect for a spot of al fresco dining during the summer months, The Brampton Mill is perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your requirements.

Address

The Brampton Mill, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 4NE

Pubs in Huntingdon: Somersham

Rose & Crown

About the Pub

Rose & Crown has an open plan bar area with a pleasing mix of old and new décor. The bar area is dominated by a modern central light wood bar, surrounded by a mix of quarry tiled and scrubbed floorboard flooring, old brick fireplaces, comfy sofas and armchairs, and wooden tables and chairs. An intimate snug area is on the left.

Regular Cask Ales

This pub serves 1 regular beer.

Changing Cask Ales

This pub serves 2 changing beers.

Address

Rose & Crown, 99 High St, Somersham, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3EE

The Windmill

About the Pub

A large restaurant and bar on the road to St Ives on the outskirts of Somersham. Leased from Greene King and developed from a small end of terrace pub in a series of refurbishments that has gradually taken over a row of adjacent cottages. An original bar to the right of the entrance has been retained intact, along with a former jug and bottle window.

Address

The Windmill, St Ives Rd, Somersham, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3ET

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