Branch area pubs selling real ale
- Arlesey Sports & Social Club
58 High Street
This is a members only club, but occasional guests can be signed in with a £1 fee per visit. Annual membership is £ 15 single/£20 couple or family, plus senior citizen single £5 and couple £8. There is usually one real ale at the bar, but sometimes a second one on busy weekends. The club hosts a live music and beer festival weekend in the garden during the summertime.
- Arlesey Town Football Club New Lamb Meadow Stadium, Hitchin Road Arlesey SG15 6RS (01462) 734504
- Old Oak
85 Church Lane
Built in the 18th century, some original parts remain including a huge open fireplace and wooden beams. It became a pub in 1850 and was later modified and extended (latest additions in 2006). It has a pool table, jukebox & two large TV screens. The bar has 3 real ales from the Greene King list and traditional bar meals are served. Accompanied children allowed in bar area until 8pm. Regular poker and quiz evenings, plus live music on some Saturday evenings. Check the pub's website for the current events diary.
- True Briton
27 Hospital Road
A traditional back street drinking pub, first opened in 1857. It was formerly owned by Whitbreads and then became a freehouse in the late 1990s. It is open plan now, a single room including a pool table, darts, dominoes and a large screen TV with BT Sports. It is a much brighter environment after the removal of a large collection of brewery mirrors and beer mugs, but the historical pictures have been kept. It is still a vibrant community pub with occasional themed nights and barbecues on Friday and Saturday evenings in the Spring. Interest in real ale is increasing with occasional beer festivals in the patio garden.
- White Horse
243 High Street
A lovely large thatched house formed from three old cottages dating back to 1805 when it opened as a pub, although an earlier pub may have existed on this site going back to the 17th century. Occasional live music and Karaoke evenings are very popular. Back bar has darts, pool and large screen TV. Check the pub's Facebook page for the latest news and events. Early opening at 10am on Thu & Fri as a coffee shop and for monthly networking meetings.
- Arlesey Sports & Social Club 58 High Street Arlesey SG15 6SL (01462) 731361
- Biggleswade & District Conservative Club
1 St Andrews Street
This outlet is a members only club with full adult subscriptions at £30 per annum (£20 per seniors or juniors). Food is served at regular times Wed to Sat, plus there is a Sunday carvery.
- Biggleswade Liberal Club & Association
67 High Street
This club is located on ground level in George's Hall, Biggleswade and is a large single room with open plan layout. the bar is on the left as you enter, and at the far end is the games area for pool and darts. There are 4 TV screens, a jukebox and gaming machines. It serves two regular real ales. A small smoking area lies beyond the rear door. Annual membership rates are £15 for a couple, £10 per single and £5 for OAP's. Guests are allowed in occasionally or for events, but may pay a bit more for drinks. No food is served, but a separate bar & restaurant business operates on the upper floor.
- Biggleswade Social Club
This outlet is a club for members only with annual subscriptions at £20 adult & £10 for seniors. The club is located on Church Street, next door to ASDA and provides entertainment for families. Kids can join in the Runaround Rascals Club, whilst adults can try their hand at line dancing or the Rock 'n Roll Club. The club has a 200 capacity function hall ideal for parties, wedding, christenings etc. Catering and DJs provided by request. There is often a disco on Saturday evenings. Two ever changing real ales, non members may pay 20 or 30 pence more than members and can be signed as a guest for £1 occasionally or for events.
- Crown Hotel
23 High Street
An older inn stood on this site until lost in the Great Fire of Biggleswade in 1785. It was rebuilt as a coaching inn and opened in 1793 and operated as a large hotel until Sep 2013, when it closed for 4 years. It was bought by J D Wetherspoons chain and re-opened in August 2017 as a nine bedroom hotel style outlet. There is a large new extension at the rear and the bar has moved right to the back of the pub. There are three distinct seating areas, plus one alcove - all open plan. A large JWD food menu plus pizzas seems popular and at the bar are up to 12 handpumps with a variety of regular and guest ales. There is a large outside patio area with ample seating. Opening times shown are for sale of alcohol.
- East Bedfordshire Branch Most Improved Pub of the Year 2020
2 Station Chambers, Station Road
Town Centre micropub, Craft Beer tasting room and bottle shop featuring six ever changing membrane (KeyKeg) beers on tap and more than 150 bottled and canned craft beers in temperature controlled refrigerators. The interior has a slightly Scandinavian feel about it with clean lines and tables with wooden benches although there are conventional stools for those who prefer them. At the rear is a small patio with bench seating. Interior capacity is about 25 but more can be squeezed in if necessary. Details of the available beers on tap can be found at: https://drink-biggleswade.myshopify.com/collections/draught-beer. Its central location ensures very good public transport access.
- East Bedfordshire Branch Newcomer of the Year 2022
- Golden Pheasant
71 High Street
Cosy town centre pub serving good ales. Oak beamed rooms with a variety of brassware. The Grade II listed building dates back to the 18th century and appears to have been converted into a beerhouse in 1851, gaining a full license by 1955. Former E. Beds CAMRA Pub of the Year 2009. Six handpumps often feature a mild or porter and are sourced from across the UK. Up to four real ciders often featuring locale producers. It hosts a weekly meat raffle and a monthly quiz.
- King's Reach
A recently built pub near the roundabout on Potton Road and Baden Powell Way opened in December 2018. It is operated by McMullen Brewery of Hertford, under their Chicken & Grill brand. It is mainly a restaurant, but does offer several McMullens ales on draught. There is a large open plan L shaped bar area with mixed seating and two smaller snug areas with real fires. The restaurant is located at the rear and there are three outside sections - a garden at the rear, a side patio and a front decking area. Occasional raffles and charity events, plus historical pictures of Royalty and brewery themes.
- Pembroke Arms
29 Hitchin Street
Reopening for outside service on 12th April. Bookings being taken for first week then 'First come, First served'.
75 High Street
Reopening 12th April at 1pm. Table service under a pergola in the garden. No booking - First come, First served.
An 18th century coaching inn called the Rose & Crown stood on this site until the late 19th century when it was knocked down and the current building replaced it. The pub is now open plan and the front section has a mix of comfy settees and chairs, several mirrors and a large TV screen. Thursday is Poker night and live music can be enjoyed every Friday and Saturday. Outside at the rear there is patio seating.
- Stratton House Hotel
Reopened on 06/09/19 - full survey to be carried out. Food available lunchtimes and evenings, hours to be checked.
5 Lawrence Road
A true community pub, built in 1873. It nestles on the end of a row of terraced cottages and is frequented by the local community. Trips out to the races, Sunday meat raffle, Darts & Domino teams and lots of chat about Sports in general. The landlord is renowned for good cellarmanship and keeps his ales in fine condition and also at reasonable prices. Small garden at the rear of the pub.
- White Hart
22 Market Square
Reopening 21st June.
Large, half-timbered pub, purported to be 2nd oldest building (from 1639) and the oldest pub in Biggleswade. It is a Listed building with Oak-beamed interior with large open fireplace. The layout of the bar is an inverted L shape with many secluded seating areas with comfy chairs. Saturday nights are acoustic music or a DJ and dancing. Several ales from Greene King and their guest list. Mulled cider available in wintertime.
- Yorkshire Grey
140 London Road
Established in 1840, this large one bar pub lies on the edge of town, convenient for A1. Separate dining and drinking areas. Children restricted to dining area. No function room as such, but restaurant area can be made available for functions. The pub is bright and well decorated with a Mixed clientele and lively atmosphere. There are two electronic machines and a Cash machine (not free). Tuesday night quiz and coffee/cake deal popular during the day. 10% CAMRA discount on real ales.
- Biggleswade & District Conservative Club 1 St Andrews Street Biggleswade SG18 8BA (01767) 312225
23 High Street
A lovely grade II listed village pub dating from 1830s full of character having many small rooms. The front parlour has a wood fire, there is a snug room and also a games room with Northamptonshire Skittles, cribbage and darts. Further seating is available outside the entrance to the cellar from which all drinks are served as there is no bar so beers are poured straight from the casks. As well as beers from the breweries listed there are often others from, for example, Adnams and Theakstons. Just past the cellar entrance is the restaurant where fresh local produce is used extensively. Camping is available with access to toilets and cold water and there are three apartments in adjacent cottages.
- East Bedfordshire Branch Rural Pub of the Year 2022
- Cock 23 High Street Broom SG18 9NA ku.oc.oohay@959htimskcin(01767) 314411
1 Broad Street
Formerly a cottage, outhouse and pigsty in 1830, and later opened as a pub in the 1867. It's a small village pub of unusual wedge shape in the Clifton Conservation area. It is now a freehouse with up to 5 real ales, some bottled craft ales and one cider in spring or summer months. Traditional games of cribbage, darts and dominoes remain popular. Regular live music and a monthly quiz. Great British pub food served daily, plus Fish and Chips on Fridays and big weekend breakfasts and a Sunday Roast and Monday steak nights. The pub has a wood burning stove and lots of nautical artefacts.
- East Bedfordshire Branch Most Improved Pub of the Year 2018
- Golden Lion
22 Church Street
This large modern pub was built in 1938 to replace an older pub which dated back before 1776. It is open plan now with a large main bar area and a second section at the rear used as a restaurant, functions or extra seating. There a large screen for live sports coverage, a local darts team [tuesday evenings] and a popular Sunday night quiz. It has a large enclosed child friendly garden with play equipment. Regular live events e,g, music, charity weddings and buffets. Traditional Pub food is served daily 12-9. Watch out for special offers, see website or facebook for up to date menus and events.
- Admiral 1 Broad Street Clifton SG17 5RJ (01462) 811069
- March Hare
34 High Street
A pub from 1840 and formerly known as the Wheatsheaf, it changed name to the March Hare in the mid 1980's under Whitbread's control. It closed in 2008, until bought and rescued from Admiral Taverns by the current licensees in February 2010. After a refurbishment, it re-opened in August 2010 as a freehouse. Local clubs meet here and both pub games and occasional live music events are very popular with customers from both within the village and further afield. Local venue for Dunton Folk musicians. Winter Dark Beer Special festival in late January.
- Bedfordshire County Pub of the Year 2022
- East Bedfordshire Branch Pub of the Year 2013 & 2022
- East Bedfordshire Branch Rural Pub of the Year 2015 & 2019
- March Hare 34 High Street Dunton SG18 8RN ku.oc.notnuderahhcrameht@yriuqne(01767) 600258
- Thornton Arms
1 Potton Road
The only pub in Everton, it dates from 1852, and has a friendly atmosphere and appeals to a clientele of all ages. The entrance opens on to the public bar and there is a Sports' bar for pool etc. to the right of the entrance. Through the bar is a spacious dining room which is currently used for showing sport on TV or as an overspill from the public bar. The Greensand Ridge Walk runs next to the pub which, providing reasonable notice is given, can be opened outside of normal hours for groups of walkers requiring liquid refreshment or sandwiches .
- Thornton Arms 1 Potton Road Everton SG19 2LD
2 High Street
Family operated large 18th century inn, sympathetically modernized in the 1980s to enhance its restaurant potential. It has an open plan layout with many secluded seating areas. The wooden beams and paneling are decorated with brasses, pictures and historical artefacts contributing to an Olde World feel. An extensive menu has a mix of traditional British cuisine & continental influences and now open early for breakfasts. A former stable block has been converted into 5 double rooms ensuite.
- Engineers Arms
68 High Street
A traditional two bar village local with 10 handpumps, serving an ever changing range of beers mostly from micros, plus up to 6 ciders and perry, often Potton Press. During October there is the annual beer festival. The pub features monthly live music. It is well decorated with brewery and sporting memorabilia. Various community events and trips make it a hub of local life. There is also a non-smoking patio area. Occasionally two extra ales served from wooden barrels.
- Bedfordshire County Pub of the Year 2014 & 2015
- East Bedfordshire Branch Pub of the Year 2018, 2019, 2020 & 2021
- East Bedfordshire Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2018
- Five Bells
101 High Street
Established as a row cottages in 1836, later the pub expanded further into the buildings and now includes a 60 cover restaurant, plus a further 60 seats in main bar area. It is now open plan, showcasing old beams and panelling, with a large fireplace. Traditional pub food at reasonable prices, includes a weekday senior citizen lunch menu, see website for more details. Popular for small parties, weddings, buffets and has a resident dominoes team
- Old Transporter Ale House
300 Hitchin Road
Bedfordshire's first micropub, at the roundabout near RAF Henlow, is a one room pub run mainly as a beerhouse. It has recently been expanded with the addition of a marquee-covered outside garden area which can be heated when necessary for use throughout the year. There are usually 4 Real Ales, from both local brewers and those further afield, which are served by gravity as are most of the ciders. Keg beers and lagers from Warsteiner, Guinness and others, including low and non alcohol products are also available. The beers are complemented by a good selection of spirits together with Barista-style coffee and a small selection of wines. Memorabilia is related to forms of transport hence the pub's name. Live bands play monthly. Please note, on Bank Holiday weekends the pub is closed on Sunday, Monday & Tues.
- Crown 2 High Street Henlow SG16 6BS ku.oc.bupnworc@ofni(01462) 812433
- Ivy Leaf Club
Station road, Langford, Biggleswade, Beds.
Spacious public bar with lots of seating, large screen TV for sports coverage and a pool table. Comfortable lounge room used for functions and events, plus darts. A separate games room with snooker table and Northamptonshire Skittles, also used to set up a stage for regular live bands. Children under 15 allowed in until 8.00 PM, open to Public for £1, but membership required after 6 visits. Several league teams play skittles, pool and dominoes, and cribbage is also popular. A beer festival is sometimes held on a Spring bank holiday weekend.
77 Church Street
Open plan pub refurbished in April 2022 but first licensed in 1846, with L-shaped bar and exposed beams and comfortable seating throughout. . Three large garden areas are popular in the summer and a floodlit Petanque court is also available. Once a month, on Fridays, a quiz is held and there are also regular Live Music events as well as Barbeques during the summer months. The Pool table is exceptionally popular and the pub supports several teams.
- East Bedfordshire Branch Most Improved Pub of the Year 2022
- Ivy Leaf Club Station road, Langford, Biggleswade, Beds. Langford SG18 9PE firstname.lastname@example.org(01462) 700868
- Lower Stondon
- Bird In Hand
Large hotel built in 1939 to replace an older smaller pub which dated back to 1840s. The hotel has a main lounge bar housing a jukebox, pool table, dartboard and TV screens for sports coverage, where football and golf are popular. Frequent events may include karaoke, parties, discos and occasional live bands. A large 80 seater restaurant is home to TLJ's Bar & Grill, plus a Sunday carvery. The large garden is child friendly with play equipment and an external toilet block.
- Fairway Bar & Bistro
Proprietary Golf Club open to all. Large modern lounge bar built in 2010, with vaulted wooden ceiling and extensive outside decking facing the final green. Meals served in the main bar area, see website for sample menus. The large Isis Room is available for events and private hire. Hours shown are for Winter, Summer hours are longer. Snacks and coffees are served from early morning, with the full bar opening at 11 am for drinks.
- Bird In Hand Bedford Road Lower Stondon SG16 6DZ ten.klatklat@dnahnidrib(01462) 850385
- Airman Hotel
16 Hitchin Road
An earlier beerhouse called the Barley Mow existed on this site from the mid 19th century. The current pub was built as the Airman in 1930 by brewer Charles Wells. The pub was enlarged and converted into the privately run Carriage House Hotel in 1999, later reverting to Airman Hotel in spring 2010. It has a very pleasant bar with comfortable lounge seating, plus a large screen TV and pool table in a separate section. Bar meals are available and there is a 50 seat restaurant offering freshly cooked food from A la Carte Menu. Caters mainly for business functions and weddings.
- Meppershall Social Club
Meppershall Village Hall, Walnut Tree Way
Village Hall open to all. Serves two real ales. Further details to follow when survey carried out.
- Sugar Loaf
25 High Street
Built in 1870 as a beerhouse by Wells & Co, Biggleswade, it obtained a full licence in 1956 and was taken over by Greene King in 1961. It remains an old fashioned local village pub, where the partition between the public and lounge bar was removed in 2010, making an open plan single bar layout. The front section has a real fire, TV with Sky Sport, dart board and pool table. The rear section is furnished with tables and chairs around the perimeter plus a long central table with high stools. Regular teams play pool, cribbage and dominoes and occasional DJ or karaoke. Happy Hour Fridays 5-7.
- Airman Hotel 16 Hitchin Road Meppershall SG17 5JF moc.letohnamriaeht@noitpecer(01462) 850853
- Coach House
12 Market Square
Built in 1785 as the Rose & Crown, to replace the old Crown, which burned down in the Great Fire of 1783. It later became the Old Coach House in 2002 and dropped the 'Old' part in 2012. A large open plan bar area with comfortable seating and two other rooms for dining & functions, all recently refurbished. A good selection of food at reasonable prices with emphasis on fresh seasonal and local produce. Now opening early from 10am for morning tea & coffee. There are 4 handpumps featuring two ales from Wells, plus two guests. Check events and menus on the website including Tuesday evening 'Steak by the Weight' special.
- George & Dragon
2 King Street
Built after 1783 as the George Inn on the site of the old White Hart, which was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1783. Now the George & Dragon, it has a lively public bar with pool table (free on Tuesdays), darts, jukebox and quiz machine, plus sports TV and the seating is a mix of pews and chairs. There is a lounge bar which is small, quiet and cosy. Occasional quiz and live music or DJ/disco evenings. A family friendly garden with BBQs in the summer. Free roast potatoes on Sunday lunchtime.
- Potton & District Club
38 Station Road
These premises are run as a club, where the majority of customers are members, standard membership is £20 per annum and £10 for Seniors. However guests are welcome although they may be required to pay slightly higher costs for drinks than the members. A beer festival is held in October.
- Rising Sun
11 Everton Road
Part 16th century with oak beams and later became licensed in 1836. There is a 60ft covered well in the bar area, a comfy snug area, an upstairs function room, a rooftop terrace and a patio. At the bar 8 handpumps serve 7 excellent real ales, usually four from the Marstons group, and three guests. At least one beer festival each year and it was a local branch Pub of the Year in 2010. Closed on Mondays except Bank Holiday Mondays when food is also served.
- Royal Oak
4 Biggleswade Road
A grade II listed building dating back to 17th-18th century and was reconstructed in 1979. This old pub has a large public bar area full of character, with exposed beams, open rafters, huge fireplace, brasses and old agricultural implements. On route to the 40 seater restaurant at the opposite end of the pub, you pass through a smaller lounge bar section. fish and Chips and a selection of steak are popular, but check the website for menus and daily specials. Outside is a mixed garden area, part gravel and part astroturf. An extension at the rear is being converted into a function room.
- Coach House 12 Market Square Potton SG19 2NP ku.oc.nottopesuohhcaoc@selas(01767) 260221
1 Station Road
Established circa 1861, this pub is located close to the railway station and was extensively refurbished in 2018. It has a an L-shaped bar area with several TVs for BT Sports coverage. The 'guest' Real Ale changes regularly. The pub welcomes a clientele of all ages, mainly from the local area, with some commuters dropping in on their way home. The large beer garden is appreciated by most visitors when the weather is suitable.
- Queens Head
4 Cambridge Road
Built by William Randall in 1750 and during its early life was called the Maidenhead. A friendly unspoilt traditional town pub just off the market square, retaining much of its original structure and character. On cold winter evenings there is a roaring log fire in the bar and when the weather is nore pleasant drinkers can enjoy a large garden at the rear of the Pub. Good bus & rail links. Cribbage and darts are popular. Occasional live music events. Free Wi-Fi.
- Roundabout Club
This club is based in the former Sandy Town Hall. Membership rates £10 for new members (first year) then £7 per year after that. Four year membership is £15, 8 years is £25. The club has a function Room which can hold 100 people, available for hire. The club has Sports TV and game such as darts, snooker and pool are popular. There are regular music events disco, karaoke and live bands where guests can be signed in by members. There are two regular real ales at the bar, plus a real cider.
- Sandy & District Conservative Club
19 Bedford Road
Two distinct bar areas - one for those attending functions and a separate, much larger bar for members with a pool table, large screen television and fruit machines. Area at the back of the club is sufficient for a petanque court and bowling green with separate changing rooms and a wooden construction for smokers. The club has many sporting teams and hosts a quiz on Sunday evenings. There is a £10 joining fee, then £18 membership per annum (£10 for seniors).
- Sir William Peel
39 High Street
Formerly two cottages converted into a pub in 1838 and called the Lord Nelson, until the name changed in 1994. Friendly and welcoming community pub, popular with locals of all ages. Guest ales come mainly from micro breweries. A classic English pub offering good beer and old fashioned hospitality. Very innovative "Themed" Beer festival every April with a Cider Festival each July. Occasional live music. Good bus & rail links.
- Bedfordshire County Cider Pub of the Year 2022
- East Bedfordshire Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2022
- Bell 1 Station Road Sandy SG19 1AW (01767) 692121
- Green Man
Originally a small 18th century country pub, which became a freehouse in 1990. Since then it has been extended many times and is now a large privately owned hotel with 18 chalet rooms, a function room and 180 seater restaurant. Features include oak beams, exposed brickwork and an inglenook fireplace. The public bar also has an open fire, large screen TV and the former games section is now extended and set for bar meals. Very large garden with children's play equipment and miniature golf course. The food menu speciality is pizza and steaks. Open for Breakfast 7am-9am Mon-Fri; 8am-9am Sat and Sun. Opens 9.30am Sat and Sun for brunch.
- Green Man Southill Road Stanford SG18 9JD ku.oc.drofnatsnamneergeht@ofni(01462) 812293
- Chequers Inn
33 Queen Street
A village pub has stood on this site since 1645, but majority of the building is late 19th century and Grade II listed. It has a large 45 seater restaurant offering lunch and evening a la carte menus, plus a daily specials board. The public bar has comfy seats, BT and Sky Sports on large screen TV, darts and fruit machines. The lounge bar has a big open fireplace and cosy atmosphere. A large enclosed child friendly garden has play equipment, plus there are barbecues and an outside bar for summer events.
- Coach & Horses
95 The Green
Opened in 1844, this former Whitbreads pub has become a freehouse in last few years years. Recent renovations have made this small pub into an open plan layout. The main bar area has a two large screen TV with Viasat sports, jukebox and a dartboard, the pool table is in a separate room. There is likely to be two or three real ales on for most sessions, including LocALe beers, plus up to 3 real ciders. There is regular live music and several sports teams are based at the pub.
39 The Green
Opened in 1847, this large open plan pub has mainly seating in front section, standing at the bar and a rear section houses a pool table, dominoes and dartboard. There is a patio section at the rear. There are 2 large screen TVs with Sky sports, plus occasional events featuring karaoke, live music or a disco. Although there is no regular menu, sandwiches can be ordered ad-hoc between 12-9pm or for events. The guest beer is usually a seasonal ale from Greene King and often there are stronger ales served from the cellar e.g. Abbot and Abbot Reserve.
- Fox & Duck
149 Arlesey Road
This pub/restaurant dates back to 1858 and is split into two sections, with one a cosy snug section with flagstone floor and comfy seating and the main bar with wooden flooring leads into a restaurant area. Marquees are used for weddings and parties, and the enclosed garden is child friendly. Meals are freshly prepared, a mix of a la carte and specials, see website for seasonal menus and to check which menu is being served at what particular time of day. This pub re-opened in Nov 2014 after a 20 month closure and has been newly decorated inside and outside.
35 Brook Street
Opened in 1833 and once home to a small micro-brewery in the 1990's, sadly no more. An L-shaped bar area with lounge seating, two large TV screens, a dartboard, plus dominoes and cribbage are available. Two regular ales, plus one guest ale and one changing real cider. The room at the rear is usually set as a restaurant. Occasional live music events. Traditional pub grub available every day & a Sunday Roast. Open for breakfast from 0930 Saturday and Sunday.
- Stotfold Conservative Club
93 Regent Street
This popular club offers a wide range of entertainment with a function available for weddings, christenings, birthdays, funerals & meetings. There is BT Sports TV, plus pool, petanque and two snooker tables. There is live music on many Saturdays, plus Sunday afternoon blues band at 4pm. The club has a smoking area and an enclosed garden with childrens play area. At the bar is one rotating real ale with a Happy Hour period on Mon-Thu 4-6pm, Friday 4-7pm with 50 off a pint. Although this is a membership driven club £25 annual adult fee, friends and relatives can be signed in several times a month and the general public occasionally as guests often to see the live music,
- Stotfold Football Club
New Roker Park, Arlesey Road
Stotfold FC is a members club and the annual fees are: £12 couple, £8 single, £4 concessions. A licensed bar and tea hut are open on match days [usually Saturday afternoons and Tuesday evenings), with hot food available at ALL matches. Additionally football is shown on television in the clubhouse.
- Chequers Inn 33 Queen Street Stotfold SG5 4NX (01462) 732333
- John O'Gaunt Inn
30 High Street
This pub dates back to 1835 and has a Lounge bar containing the village quilt assembled by local societies and the village school. There is a local golf society, plus occasional live music. Northamptonshire Skittles, darts and other pubs games available in the public bar, plus Petanque in the garden. Traditional country pub food served Tue-Sat, plus Sunday lunch in the restaurant at the rear of the lounge bar. Food also served Bank Holiday Mondays but not the Tuesday following.
- John O'Gaunt Inn 30 High Street Sutton SG19 2NE (01767) 260377
43 High Street
16th/17th Century oak beamed cottages with low ceilings sympathetically converted and extended into a pub/restaurant. Serving traditional home cooked food using fresh produce. Floodlit petanque court, a quiz on first Saturday and live music on the second Saturday of each month. A marquee can be booked for functions and events. Popular with local historical society and other groups. Up to six real ales at the bar. The pub hosts a beer & cider festival in the spring (late May).
- Chequers 43 High Street Wrestlingworth SG19 2EP moc.liamg@esuohcilbupsreuqehceht(01767) 631818