Pubs with outdoor seating and details of how to book

The Seven Wives Pub in St Ives

The Seven Wives Pub in St Ives - Credit: Archant

From April 12, pubs and restaurants were finally allowed to re open to customers if they have gardens and outdoor seating areas. Here are some of the venues in Huntingdonshire currently taking bookings.  

The Three Horseshoes, in Graveley, opened its pub garden on April 12. They will be open Monday-Thursday midday till 10pm, Friday and Saturday Midday till 11pm and Sunday Midday-9pm. They will be serving food and drink, but all customers must book in advance.  

To book a table visit their website at: www.thethreehorseshoesgraveley.co.uk/ 

The Seven Wives, in St Ives, will open from Monday to Thursday 12pm to 10pm, Friday and Saturday 12pm to 11pm and Sunday 12pm to 9pm. They are already fully booked on Saturday April 17. Book: www.sevenwivesstives.co.uk/  

The Duchess, at High Street, Fenstanton. In a post on Facebook, owners said: “Thankfully from the support of friends and family we are still here and can't wait to welcome you all back.  

“Never again will we take for granted the time spent together with family and friends enjoying good food and a welcoming atmosphere.” 

Their outside space includes a marquee and heaters, and they are taking bookings for food, however, tables for beverages only will be based on a first come first serve basis.  

View their new menu at www.theduchessfenstanton.co.uk

The Three Horseshoes Inn at The Green, Houghton.  Reopened on April 12.  

“We’re all ready and sunshine ordered too. Outside seating ready for you. Remember to wrap up warm as our outside areas are not allowed to be fully enclosed,” they posted on Facebook. 

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The first customers at the pub were keen to comment their love of the food and getting back to a bit of normality. 

The Crown Inn, at Bridge Road, Broughton. Opening on April 14. 

Landlord Mark Burrell has uploaded a video to the pub's Facebook page explaining the procedures in place when you come to the pub. 

He is advising downloading their app, wearing a mask until seated and leaving all track and trace details. 

Mark said: “We can’t wait to look after you, the sun is shining, we have plenty of beer in and lots of good food so we look forward to seeing you!” 

The White Hart, in St Ives. Opening hours will be Monday to Saturday 11am to 11pm, Sunday 11am to 10pm. They will be serving lunchtime food 12pm to 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mexican eat-in or take-away is 5pm to 9pm Friday and Saturday, Sunday roast from 12pm to 4pm. To book, call: 01480 700202 or visit: www.whitehartstives.co.uk 

The Wheatsheaf, in Perry. For the first month it will be outside seating only, and there will be a marquee set up and toilets will be open. Food and drink will be served all day and to book you can give them a call on: 01480 810253 to book a table, or visit their website: www.wheatsheafperry.com/ 

The Three Horseshoes in Graveley 

The Three Horseshoes in Graveley - Credit: Benjamin Harris

The Barley Mow, St Neots. They will be open from 3pm till 8pm approx. serving drinks only and on Thursday April 15 they will be open from 3pm for drinks and a steak night, from 5pm to 9pm, with a booking only. Friday April 16 they will be open from 3pm till late, serving food from 4pm till 8:30pm. Saturday, April 17 they will be open from 11:30am till 10pm - food served 12pm till 4pm. Sunday April 18 they will be open from 11:30 till 8pm - food served 12pm till 4pm. To book call :01480 474435.  

The Three Tuns, Fen Drayton. Opened the pub garden on April 12, and will carry on serving take-aways on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday every week. To book a table visit the website at: https://threetunsfendrayton.co.uk/ 

The Ferry Boat Inn, Holywell. Opened its garden on April 12, so customers can enjoy a pint after work if they wish. They will be serving food and drink, visit the website at: www.greenekinginns.co.uk/hotels/old-ferry-boat/ 

Not all pubs are opening on April 12, the Windmill in Somersham is undergoing refurbishments at the moment and have announced they will not be opening until May.  The Old Bridge in Huntingdon will also not open until May 17 as they feel they will not be able to give customers the "full Old Bridge experience". 

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