- 2 guest reviews
"A well presented room, stylish furniture and fittings. Room was cold in the morning and we reported that the radiator didn't work. Nice bath..."
"The reality did not match the advertised high quality accomodation. The "chalets" in the car park at the side of the pub were somewhat auste..."
About the hotel
Classic 16th Century Grade II listed thatched Freehouse at the heart of a pretty conservation village. This gem has just been taken over by the owners of the award-winning Red Lion Hinxton and has been brought up to the same standards. Beamed ceilings, log fires, four cask ales, serious kitchen (AA rosette and new sister pub to multi-award winning Red Lion Hinxton), separate stunningly restored dining room, patio, beer garden, fresh refurbishment.
Five newly refurbished double ensuites (AA four stars), free internet access. All 6ft (super king) doubles/twins; All ensuite with bath&shower There has been no compromise on quality: Top of the Range open-coil spring system mattresses, deep-base divans Down pillows Solid oak Craftsman made furniture Chrome towel rails on the hot water system (always on) Close to Chilford Hall Vineyard, Cambridge Colleges, Newmarket race course, Duxford Imperial War Museum, Stansted Airport, Audley End House, Addenbrookes, Cambridge, NB Check in: 1-3pm or 6-11pm (1-10:30pm Saturdays and Sundays) unless special arrangements are made Check out: before 10:30am (11am weekends)
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Cots available , Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Ground floor bedrooms , Lift to all floors
- Car parking available onsite , Car Parking Available Offsite
- Wi-Fi Available , In-room Broadband , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- Restaurant , Lounge Menu , Bar
- In Room Entertainment
- Video/DVD Player , TV , Radio
- Disabled Access Public Areas , Disabled Access Bedrooms , Wheelchair Access , Wheelchair Access To Reception , Wheelchair Access To Restaurant , Wheelchair Access To Bar , Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces
- CD Player
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- From 13:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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50% would recommend it to a friend
Saturday night stay.
A well presented room, stylish furniture and fittings.
Room was cold in the morning and we reported that the radiator didn't work. Nice bathroom and a good breakfast.
Disappointing after reading the description of high quality accomodation.
The reality did not match the advertised high quality accomodation.
The "chalets" in the car park at the side of the pub were somewhat austere and plain and the bed was far less comfortable than most "pub beds" that I have tried in recent times. The refurbished bathroom would benefit from some further work and provision of the usual shower cap and toiletries would be recommended. Although the young couple behind the bar on our arrival were willing they would benefit from a little more training in giving attention to the paying guests when they arrive in the bar clutching cases. We felt as though we were interrupting a group of regualr drinkers at the bar engaged in conversation with the staff and it was a little uncomfortable as we waited to be seen. The dining room was felt to be rather bland and cold with its plain walls and wooden flooring - just not a comfortable and welcoming room. The dinner however was good as was the excellent full english breakfast and superb coffe - so no complaints there . We had picked the Black Bull and it was a mistake - the beer and atmosphere proved much better in other hotel. We felt that it was too expensive at £140 per night compared with many others we have stayed in around the Cambridge area and actually went to a favourite pub in Saffron Walden for dinner on our second night rather than face the dining room again.