The White Horse Inn

Inn in Barton, Cambridgeshire

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118 High Street
Barton
Cambridgeshire
England
CB23 7BG

The White Horse Inn, Barton

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Accommodation Description:

The White Horse Inn is a public house with self contained, ground floor letting rooms just outside of Cambridge. Located within 4 miles of the city centre and 2 mile from Junction 12 of the M11 we offer the perfect retreat for those stopping en-route and those visiting the area. We offer evening food, informal ensuite accommodation, WiFi access.

With ample parking we are able to accommodate most needs.

The White Horse Inn is a semi-rural public house located just 4 miles from Cambridge City and 2 miles from junction 12 of the M11. Our self-contained accommodation provides you seclusion from the rest of the public house's activities. Should you choose to use the additional facilities offered our restaurant is open until 21.00 and the bar is open until 23.30.

Each room is equipped with ensuite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen televisions and free parking away from the main road. Situated on a bend of the A603 we have ample car parking and two garden areas to the front of the pub. One of the outside areas will be developed as a fenced children's play area and we ask that you watch this space and our gallery for new pictures as this develops.

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From: £70.00

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