Cambridgeshire pub names in villages

The Pheasant, The Mill, The Plough, The Three Horseshoes, The Shoe, The Bell, The Saddle, The Queen Victoria, The Hartford Marina, The Racehouse, The Dragoon, The Oak, White Hart, The Fox, Black Bull, Axe & Compas, The Cock, The George, The Vine, The Priory, The Grange, Samuel Pepys, Cromwells, Oliver Cromwells, The Tap Room, Queens Arms,  The Wheatsheaf, All Bar One, The Anchor, The Avery, Baron of Beef, The Blue Boar, Boat House, Boat Race, Brewery, Burleigh Arms, Cambridge Arms, Castle Inn, The County Arms, The Crown, Devonshire Arms, The Eagle, The Falcon, The Flying Pig, George & Dragon, The Globe, Great Northern, Henry’s, Hogshead, Hopbine, Horse & Groom, Kingston Arms, The Tavern, The Mill, The Mitre, New Spring, The Sir Isaac Newton, The Royal Oak, The Osborne Arms, Portland Arms, Rat & Parrot, The Regal, The Rose & Crown, Salisbury Arms, Six Bells, Slug & Lettuce, White Hart, White Swan.

Godmanchester Pubs

Pub in Godmanchester with great character. We are a family run pub on London Road in Godmanchester, near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. Godmanchester is one of the old towns of Huntingdonshire. We used to have loads of Pubs in Godmanchester. If you visit the Porch Museum on one of their open days you’ll see that there have been, over the years lots of pubs, most of which are now residential houses. The road bridge into Huntingdon must have been a popular trade route. I guess with the river and old mill that Brampton, Hartford and Godmanchester must have been busy. Now in Godmanchester we have The White Hart, The Black Bull, The Royal Oak and The Exhibition Pubs.

Pubs in Godmanchester are complimented by the Comrades Club, Alis Tandoori, Cinta Restaurant which used to be called The Old Chinese Bridge and the Fish & Chip shop, all of which serve alcohol.

Godmanchester Pubs are popular with visitors from Brampton, Buckden, The Offords, Papworth, Hilton and further away, like Alconbury & Molesworth, Cambourne & Cambridge.