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The Pig And Abbot, Abington Piggots - pub details

Address: High Street, Abington Piggots, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 0SD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31690) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Royston (3.8 miles), Ashwell & Morden (3.9 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Pear Tree, Bassingbourn (1.4 miles), Waggon and Horses, Steeple Morden (1.8 miles)

 

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Rural traditional free house with very high quality beer (Adnams & Mighty Oak) and, on this occasion, good if not cheap food. Previous visits found better beer than food. A good place to a visitor for a proper pub experience. Good walks around the village.


mtaylor40 - 12 May 2015 15:50
I lived in Abington Piggots in the mid-sixties, when there were no pubs in tn the village. The building that is now the Pig & Abbot was the house of a farm that had a licence to only open on Sundays for a couple of hours. I loved living there and visited the Pig & Abbot in later years while in the area. It looked great to me. I must get round to making another visit.
THECONFEDERATE - 16 Jan 2011 19:00
The third best pub (of 10) we visited in Cambridgeshire this bank holiday Monday. A rural roadside pub with a nice interior and fairly friendly locals. 4 real ales were available - Elgood's Cambridge Bitter, Everards Tiger, Adnams Bitter and Fullers London Pride, alongside Aspalls cider.
blue_scrumpy - 2 Sep 2009 21:00
A friday evening visit after a dissapointing pint of green King IPA in the Crown not far away. Pub was fairly busy and it took ages to get served but the ale selection was worth the wait.
On tap were Adnams Bitter, Black Sheep, London Pride and Doom Bar.
The pub is olde world but in recent years has become more popular as a resturant.
If you are planning on visiting for drink only it is best to wait until the food serving is over as it gets a little quieter then.
CambridgeBlue - 5 May 2009 11:17
Well where do I start. The atmosphere of the pub would be considered a typical English countryside pub but for the landlord Pat. She is the one crucial ingredient that simply turns this sleepy country pub in to an open, friendly Gastro pub with style. She makes everyone feel at home and you feel as if you were invited to dinner not simply paying for it.

In reference to the food and price both are excellent. The portion sizes are huge and as the food is so delicious I often have limited room for the real ale which is great to find in a country pub.

The decor is typically country and the pub has a big roaring fireplace on the odd cold winters evening we have visited.

I have been in some public houses over the years both for food, grub and company but every time I want to entertain friends, I always head back to Pats pub the Pig and Abbot where I get all my boxes ticked.

mart35 - 2 Apr 2009 16:01

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