Set among chocolate-box buildings with thatched roofs and glorious Cambridgeshire countryside, and opposite the village church, sits the picturesque Crown Inn. Originally a saddlery, this Grade II listed building boasts a modern country style complete with soft lighting, feature walls and wooden furniture. The team’s ethos is to create a ﬁne dining experience within a relaxed setting – and that’s exactly what they achieve. Personal service backed by a top chef and excellent food makes for a remarkable experience.
If you’re in the mood for fantastic fare, look no further. The British menu showcases a variety of seasonal, homemade dishes that utilise superb local produce. Staff go the extra mile to deliver the likes of lamb sweetbreads and crisp belly served with capers, mint, watercress and noisette garlic, and smoked haddock accompanied by garlic potato gratin, coddled egg, leek fondue and baby spinach. Your meal won’t be complete without something sweet – the malted honey and chocolate-chip cheesecake with raspberries and sherbet is heavenly. All this is complemented by a hand-picked wine list and local real ale.
What really sets The Crown Inn apart is the sunny patio area and huge beer garden, which often sees a marquee pitched up for various events that take place during the year. The children’s play area gives a clue as to the family-friendly nature of this pub. Visit for yourself and you’ll understand why The Crown Inn is so popular.