Rose81 London Rd
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The oak-beamed interior of the 17th century pub has been much altered, especially the dining room, where what must once have been a myriad small rooms have become a single space, albeit with assorted posts and pillars surviving in their memory. The snug to the left of the front door is a delight however. There is no TV, but unobtrusive background music. The pub is food oriented, and he food is described as high quality traditional pub fare. The pub is managed by the same team as the George in Babraham and the Queen's Head Inn in Littlebury.