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Full Postal AddressThe Castle Inn, 38 Castle Street, CAMBRIDGE, CB3 0AJ [Map]
Telephone Number01223 353194Pub's Own Website 
Opening Times11:30-15, 17-23 MO-FR; 11:30-15, 18-23 SA; 12-15:30, 19-22:30 SU
FacilitiesEvening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals

The Castle Inn, July 2000

An impressive Adnams pub situated on a hill just outside the centre and main shopping area of Cambridge. It's a big pub that's been sensitively refurbished with several rooms on different levels and a very pleasant outdoor area where we enjoyed an excellent Sunday roast dinner and pint of Adnams. The garden's a great place to enjoy a beer with friends on a warm day and if you fancy staying inside there are seven or eight drinking areas on two different floors within the pub, some with nice easy chairs.

They offer the full range of Adnams brews, so plenty to choose from, and if you get bored of those then they've some guest beers available too. They do food both at lunchtime and during the evenings. Good pub grub with a decent Sunday lunch served by friendly staff.

An excellent pint and Sunday Lunch with Mark, July 2000

Pub Walks for Motorists: Northants, Cambs, Leics and Rutland,
M Hall, 2005
This title details 40 circular walks covering these diverse counties each based on a good local pub. It includes routes at Stilton and Barrington in Cambridgeshire; Shackerstone, Wymondham and Wing in Leicestershire and Rutland; and Wadenhoe and Sulgrave in Northamptonshire.

The Hidden Inns of East Anglia,
P Long, 2004
The Hidden Inns of East Anglia is packed with a variety of different pubs and inns. There is an informative introductory narrative in each chapter containing historical facts, important landmarks and places to visit, which are illustrated with coloured photographs.

Pub Strolls in Cambridgeshire,
A Collier, 2002
Thirty short circular walks based around good local pubs and pleasant countryside. Includes maps and colour photographs.

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