The site of The Bridge House dates back to at least the 16th century.
Situated on the banks of the River Great Ouse the building was formerly known as The Half Moon Inn before it became The Bridge Hotel in 1914.
The south side and part of the back of The Bridge House, a property of the Earl of Sandwich and described as the 'bridge foot', was occupied by a butchers shop owned by John Brown and his sons from 1819 to 1899 before it was sold back to the hotel owners.
On the side wall of The Bridge House is a 17th century plaster panel with a curious design on it. This was once situated on the side of the butchers shop, but when the shop was demolished in 1913 the panel was placed in its present position. It's origins have never been discovered....nor has its meaning...if it had one!
After major refurbishment in 2013 The Bridge House has once again been brought back to life!
Offering a traditional bar area with an open fire place and oak beams, leading into a more modern lounge and dining area which has riverside views. The riverside terrace with its covered heated area is a great place to watch the world go by whatever the weather!
Dogs are allowed in the bar area and garden. Children are also welcome until 10 pm.
You will be guaranteed a warm welcome, good home cooked food with a wide selection of drinks to suit everyone.
The Bridge House team look forward to seeing you.