Overview of The Red Lion Inn Hinxton
The Grade II listed BAR at The Red Lion Inn oozes charm and character with its low ceilings, two chesterfield sofas, open fire and wooden floor. The bar tables, with their high-backed upholstered settles, are often the preferred option for more informal dining. There are always four local real ales to be enjoyed on the pumps
The RESTAURANT, by contrast, while still rustic and traditional in construction (dry-pegged oak rafters throughout), has lofty ceilings and a wonderful feeling of space. The L-shaped layout with a flexible array of high-backed settles allows parties of all sizes to enjoy their own intimate space, while benefiting from the atmosphere of the whole.
The eight stunning GUEST ROOMS were added in 2008. These are set apart from the rest of the pub, discretely positioned in the grounds for minimum impact on the main Grade II listed building, and enjoying their own private garden area . They are a flint and brick construction, in keeping with many of the houses in the conservation village.
Our Cambridgeshire walled GARDEN sits serenely with a dovecote, lawns, arbour rail and terraces. A choice of teak tables & chairs, or more informal pub picnic tables, ensures there is a corner for everyone. Thanks to local garden designer, Ian Shooter (Chelsea Flower Show award winner), we are now almost even more proud of our garden than our pub or bedrooms.
Oh, and there is plenty of PARKING for our guests.