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First visit on Sunday. Lovely little outdoor area and cosy pub. Staff very friendly. We had the roast which was really nice but the portions were small compared to other pubs. We had 2 carrots 2 yellow sticks of veg 2 white things (not sure...More
Stayed here as visiting Duxford, welcomed by Nick very friendly, room comfortable although shower could do with a little more power.
Food is excellant recommend the pie.
Good to see it the village ctre
What a little gem! From the thatched roof outside to the beams and brasses inside, great real ales and good food to suit a wide range of pockets with friendly efficient staff, this sums up the vision of a village Inn. The locals were also...More
We stayed here for three nights, ate there each night and we have to say it was fabulous. The staff are lovely, although I am not sure that a husband paying a wife's salary to get her out of the house is politically correct! (In...More
‘Best pie I’ve ever had’ was the quote from my husband. This was our second visit as the first was so fabulous and this visit did not disappoint either. Such lovely friendly staff too. Supporters of paper straws instead of plastic to help the environment...More