Good Hotel Guide Review
Its name may derive from the Roman burial mounds nearby (the largest in Europe), but there’s nothing dispiriting about this 17th-century Grade II listed inn close to Cambridge. Immaculately modernised, the pub and restaurant are a family-friendly community hub. There are upgraded bar classics to be eaten, perhaps in a cosy spot next to the log-burner; more sophisticated dishes in the oak-beamed orangery; on the covered garden patio, alfresco treats from the outdoor chargrill and pizza oven. For overnight guests, rustic-chic bedrooms are equipped with a Roberts radio, a capsule coffee machine and fine toiletries; a snug library has settle-in sofas, and books to borrow. A circular walk leads to the ancient tumuli.
6. 4 in rear annexe, 2 on ground floor suitable for disabled.
bar, snug/library, restaurant (closed Sun evening, all day Mon), in-room smart TV (Freeview), function facilities, large patio, garden (with rabbits, chickens and guinea pigs in pets' corner), meadow.
soft music (light jazz) in bar, restaurant.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 4 annexe rooms, bar, snug.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £100–£130, D,B&B £190–£210. À la carte £42.