Pig & AbbotHigh Street
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Located in a surprisingly remote part of the south Cambridgeshire countryside, this Queen Anne period pub offers a warm welcome. The interior has exposed oak beams, with two fires, including a large inglenook featuring a wood-burning stove. A comfortable restaurant offers home-made traditional pub food and specialises in fresh fish and chips, and homemade steak and kidney puddings and pies. Two guest beers are stocked, often including beers from Oakham, Tring, Mighty Oak, Timothy Taylor or Woodforde's. Branch Pub of the year 2012.