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 a beer from Oakham, Tring, Mighty Oak, Timothy Taylor or Woodforde's. Branch Pub of the year 2012.