Cock25 Church Street
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This late 16th century pub is one of a small number of buildings which survived of the great fire of Gamlingay, which destroyed most of the village in 1600. There has been an inn on this site since 1435. The pub boasts many wood beams and features a large inglenook fireplace, with a warming fire in winter. Excellent value meals with locally sourced ingredients. There is a separate restaurant which is served from access through the lounge bar. The public bar caters for the sports fans, but you should look around and spot the collection of "cocks" that is featured. A well-stocked patio area, greets you as you retreat to the garden, which caters well for young children with the usual activities. Covered smoking area on the patio.