Located in the heart of Spaldwick, The George is a beautiful former coaching inn, which dates back to 1679. The George has developed an excellent reputation in the local area for combining excellent food, with ample portions, and a warm ambience. The George is managed by Stephen Cooper, with the present owners also running the White Hart at Godmanchester.
For the very latest menus, visit the George’s website:
5-7 High Street
Telephone (01480) 890293
The George has a fascinating history, as shown on our History of the Spaldwick George and other Spaldwick inns page.
Other options further away
If you fancy travelling a little further afield, there is an excellent choice of pubs and restaurants in the area. Here is a list of highly-regarded and popular establishments:
Cinnamon Restaurant (Grafham). Indian restaurant and take-away, with a special Banquet Night every Thursday (which is great value).
Old Bridge Hotel (Huntingdon). Excellent food backed up with a superb wine list.
Midsummer House (Cambridge). Two Michelin starred restaurant, located in nearby Cambridge. The only restaurant in East Anglia with two Michelin stars.
Restaurant 22 (Cambridge). Up and coming restaurant, located in nearby Cambridge.
The Pheasant Inn (Keyston). Just along the A14 (west).
The Cock (Hemingford Grey). Award-winning traditional country pub.
The Elm (Abbots Ripton). Offers a concise seasonal menu alongside regular pub ‘classics’.
Hambleton Hall (Rutland Water). Michelin starred restaurant, overlooking Rutland Water.
Maison Bleue (Bury St Edmunds). Outstanding Michelin starred restaurant in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (along the A14).
The Wheatsheaf (Perry). Good-value pub offering traditional fare.