Historic market town pub, The Eaton Oak opened its doors on Thursday 21st November, introducing a fresh new look dining area and accommodation offering.
Located on the outskirtsof St Neots in Eaton Ford, the much-loved Grade II listed pub has received a comprehensive makeover to create a premium yet relaxed feel, including a welcoming new interior, an improved bar, a contemporary dining area featuring an airy conservatory and a stylish outside terrace, complete with a pergola seating area.
The Eaton Oak will provide a range of affordable weekly options as part of its quality all-day food offering, including pub classics such as Pulled Beef Brisket Pie and Salmon and Dill Fishcakes. The menu also includes an extensive range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes. All served by welcoming and friendly staff headed up by general manager, Neil Alexander.
The new-look pub features nine boutique en-suite bedrooms that have been lovingly refurbished to ensure visitors experience a comfortable stay in a relaxing and elegant setting. Conveniently located just off the A1, The Eaton Oak’s location makes it ideal for business meetings and overnight stays for guests travelling the country.
Steve Wilkins, MD of Little Gems Country Dining, said: ‘The Eaton Oak is an important part of the Eaton Ford neighbourhood and we are delighted to have the opportunity to give the pub a new lease of life. We’re very excited to showcase our new pub and restaurant along with our upgraded bedrooms to local residents and visitors alike, just in time for the festive celebrations.
For further information on the Eaton Oak please visit www.theeatonoak.co.uk
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