Lunch in Huntingdon can be a bit tricky, some places are not formal enough, some are too formal or expensive, some very quiet over lunchtime, some pubs do a bit of bar food, there is Starbucks, Pizza Express and other national chains but if you are looking for a nice place to enjoy lunch in Huntingdon with friends, family, colleagues or clients we don’t think you can beat The Exhibition.
We have bar, restaurant and outside areas to choose from, a special lunch menu with options from a full three course affair to a light bight or salad.
If you’d like to book a table please call us on 01480 459134.
The Exhibition Pub & Restaurant in located on London Road, Godmanchester, Huntingdon, Cambs. PE29 2HZ
The short drive from Huntingdon town centre or Huntingdon ring road is well worth it to visit us. From the ring road take the exit at The Bridge Hotel over the river from Huntingdon into Godmanchester, drive past The Black Bull pub and at the round a bout turn right along The Causeway, past the Indian restaurant and The Royal Oak pub, the butchers, round the left hand bend and you’ll find us on the next bend.
There are a few pubs now in and around Huntingdon with open fires. They seem to have come back in fashion.
At The Exhibition in Godmanchester, 2 miles from Huntingdon we have an open fire as soon as the temperature drops and the nights draw in. It is a great focal point in our bar area.
The Old Bridge Hotel in Huntingdon often have their fire going as does The Mill at Brampton. There is a small fire in the bar at The Axe & Compass in Hemingford and The Pheasant out at Keyston has open fires in a beautiful old thatched pub.
To find The Exhibition use our postcode PE29 2HZ or have a look at the map below:
The Exhibition Pub & Restaurant in Godmanchester is close to Hinchingbrooke School, Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Hinchingbrooke Country Park.
If you are visiting the Performing Arts Centre at Hinchingbrooke School, visiting the hospital or the country park then why not pop into Godmanchester and visit The Exhibition.
There are some great walks near to Hinchingbrooke, you can cut through Hinchingbrooke Country Park to Brampton or over Portholme to Godmanchester. In the summer the walk over Portholme to The Exhibition is well worth it. Great views as you walk along the river and over England’s largest natural water meadow.
If you are visiting one of Huntingdon’s many attractions like Wood Green Animal Shelter, Hinchingbrooke Park, Grafham Water, Portholme, Brampton Wood, Houghton Mill, Cromwell Museum or walking the Ouse Valley Way then you’ll want a nice place to eat whilst here.
The Exhibition in Godmanchester is close to The Causeway, a very attractive part of the River Ouse with a replica Chinese Bridge and lock.
We are a family friendly, family run pub & restaurant with chef team, gardens and great atmosphere. We welcome children & dogs, come and see for yourselves.
If you are visiting Grafham Water near Huntingdon and fancy a pint of a nice place to eat with the family & dogs then let us introduce you to The Exhibition in Godmanchester.
We are a few junctions along the A14, near the A1 and close to Grafham Water.
There is a pleasant scenic drive from Grafham Water through the historic village of Buckden, past the marina, over the River Ouse on the countries smallest suspension bridge, over the railway line and up and over the hill into Godmanchester.
If you are looking for a pub close to Huntingdon or Alconbury, Alconbury Weston, close to Brampton, near to Buckden, local for Cambourne and Cambridge, easy reach of Easton, Ellington, Fenstanton and Gamlingay then our Pub will be a great choice.
Located in Godmanchester, just off the A14, near Grafham village and Grafham Water, Huntingdon and Graveley. Close to Great Gransden, Great Paxton, Great Shelford, Great Staughton, Great Stukeley and Hartford.
Hemingford Abbots and Hemingford Grey are a walk away, Hinchingbrooke Park, Histon, Houghton near Huntingdon, miles from Kimbolton, Leighton Bromswold but close to Little Paxton, near Little Stukeley, north of Offord Cluny, Offord D’Arcy and Papworth Everard. Perry, Ramsey, Sawston, Sawtry, Somersham, Spaldwick, Stilton, Stonely, Stow Longa, Stukeley Meadows, St. Ives, St. Neots & Yelling are all nearby too.
We are easily accessible to most Cambridgeshire villages and offer a nice pub, good food and a friendly atmosphere. Join us for lunch or dinner, we are child & dog friendly.