• Local Places to eat

  • Whether you want to have a quick bite to eat or a more serious meal or sample some of the finest Real Ales around there is a venue to suit you within a few minutes walk of Huntingdon Boathaven.  

    A short walk into Godmanchester will take you to the local Indian or Chinese restaurants, as well as a number of Pubs, Cafe's and Fish & Chip shop.

    Head into Huntingdon and you will find an even greater range of establishments.  

  • The Black Bull, Godmanchester

    The Black Bull at Godmanchester offers a unique dining experience in the relaxed surroundings of an English country pub.

    Offering everything from a light lunch to full ala carte seasonal Menu that has been devised to make the best of fresh local produce and features classic British dishes. 

  • The Falcon, Huntingdon

    Sympathetically restored, the Falcon is a traditional British pub with something for everyone. From a wide selection of real ales and the beautiful outdoor garden area to the upstairs Victorian Tea Rooms where you will be served Afternoon Tea by staff in period dress and our great menus.

  • The White Hart, Godmanchester

    This small historic and beautiful 15th Century restaurant and public house retains the character and rustic charm of its heritage, but with the added sophistication and comforts of contemporary living.

    The bar snack and restaurant menu is a mix of contemporary and traditional dishes, all being cooked to order using primarily fresh local produce.

  • JD Wetherspoons Sandford House

    In Huntingdon is the newly opened JD Weatherspoons offering great value food and drink.  

    The building next to the old chapel has the words ‘Post Office’ in the panel over its main doors. However, the former post office was originally a substantial private residence. Built in c1850, this grade II listed building was called Sandford House, where Charles Sandford Windover set up home with his family. Windover was the mayor of Huntingdon in 1886.  In 2016 JD Weatherspoons took over the buildings and sympathetically modernised, transforming into a Pub Restaurant.