Boot Inn1 High Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
The Boot reopened on Monday 12 April.
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Village local with two bars. The small front bar is intimate with a real fire. The larger rear bar has been extended and has an island fireplace above which is a collection of brasses and china boots as well as one of its old pub signs. There is also a dining room which doubles as a meeting place for various local groups and a venue for music sessions. At the rear is a covered patio and large garden where you'll find the Histon Stone brought there by the Histon Giant, Moses Carter. This former Punch Taverns underwent a refurbishment and extension and reopened in February 2018 as part of Raymond Blanc's White Brasserie Company. It retains a sizeable pub area. The three regular ales are well known nationally but the guest ale is regional.