The Pheasant At Keyston
The Pheasant
Keyston,
Huntingdon,
Cambridgeshire.
PE28 0RE

  • Good pub guide award 2014
  • Good pub guide 2014
  • BIB gourmand

About Us

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The Pheasant is a beautiful, thatched, traditional inn, set in a sleeping farming village 12 miles west of Huntingdon. The large bar is a traditional and unspoilt mixture of oak beams, large open fires and simple wooden furniture. At the rear there’s a more airy Garden Room with a sunny and stylish patio garden beyond.

Simon Cadge is Chef Patron. Simon trained under Martin Lee at the Old Bridge at Huntingdon, before running his own pub, The Crown at Broughton and then taking over The Pheasant. The front of house team is led by Simon's partner Gerda Koedijk.

They are supported by John Hoskins, whose family have run or been involved with The Pheasant since 1964. John and Julia Hoskins’s other business is The Old Bridge at Huntingdon.

We offer both a full menu and snacks every day we are open (Tuesday through to Sunday lunch). You are as welcome for a pint (Adnams or Nene Valley Bitter) and some homemade crisps as you are for a full meal.




OPENING HOURS

Food orders are taken:
12-2pm and 6.30-9.30pm Tuesday to Saturday
12-3.30pm Sunday

Bar open:
12-3pm and 6-11pm Tuesday to Thursday
12-11pm Friday and Saturday
12-5pm Sunday

The Pheasant is shut Sunday evening (open on the evening before Bank Holiday) and Monday, but can be booked for a private party. Open on Bank Holiday Monday lunch.