The Stilton Cheese Inn is a historical, traditional public house located in Stilton about 5 miles south of Peterborough and signposted at Junction 16 (Norman Cross) of the A1(M).
Prior to 1926 it was called The George and records date back to the early 16th Century. The current listed building was constructed in about 1800. Today this is a popular venue with a well patronised restaurant and comfortable, modern accommodation. There are two bars where we offer a selection of draught and bottled lagers, real ales, a selection of fine malt whiskies, brandies and other spirits plus a wine list with classics from around the world. Come and enjoy them by the open fire. Our restaurant seats about 50 and is spread over four interconnecting rooms which contributes towards the friendly, intimate atmosphere. There is an extensive specials board, revised daily, which lists a wide selection of fresh fish dishes and other specials such as homemade pies and casseroles. Alternatively why not try our traditional Sunday roast. Fresh fish is delivered daily and fruit and vegetables locally. We plan table reservations well to ensure your meal is delivered to your table freshly cooked. Bookings are advised. If it's great food, lovely accommodation or a quality drink we have it all. We look forward to seeing you soon.