OUR Country PUB IN CAMBRIDGE
The Hole in the Wall
Gastro Quality Food in a Beautiful Setting
If you’re looking for delicious, hearty, gastro pub food served in a traditional rustic setting, then you’ve come to the right place. Our little country pub, situated in the picturesque parish of Little Wilbraham, Cambridge has been serving famished farmers and thirsty villagers since the 16th century.
If you’ve had a hard day, whether it be ploughing the fields or slaving away at the office, you really deserve a rest. Come visit us at the Hole in the Wall, and you’ll be able to take a seat by a roaring fire, sip on one of our hand selected ales, and tuck into some truly delightful food. So please pop in, or call ahead to book a table at our country pub in Cambridge.
A Little Bit About the Hole in the Wall
The Hole in the Wall is a 16th century, Grade II, listed public house with a mid-17th century addition to the west gable end. If you’re wondering who christened the Hole in the Wall, the name was acquired by the pub actually having a hole in the wall. Exhausted farmers and workers would grab their real ales through the hole in the wall, and then stumble their way home. Although this fabled hole was filled many, many years ago, you’ll be pleased to know that we still serve reinvigorating, gastro quality food and drink we just prefer to let one of our friendly servers to deliver it to you, at your table.