Sir William Peel39 High Street
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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