Pubs & bars within 10 miles of Cambridge Station

National Rail Cambridge
Station Road, CB1 2JW

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Distance: 0 miles     Location: Coleridge, Cambridge, CB1

Hop off your train and into The Station Tavern. Sitting proudly next to Cambridge train station, with a cosy bar, an outdoor terrace plus private and semi-private spaces we’re the perfect spot for foo

Distance: 0.2 miles     Location: Trumpington, Cambridge, CB2

Distance: 0.2 miles     Location: Trumpington, Cambridge, CB2

Distance: 0.3 miles     Location: Petersfield, Cambridge, CB1

A great pub.. From March, we'll be bringing artisan pizza (cooked in our amazing pizza oven); warming one-pots (think mac n cheese) & of course some great beer!

Distance: 0.3 miles     Location: Petersfield, Cambridge, CB1

Distance: 0.3 miles     Location: Romsey, Cambridge, CB1

Welcome to the Earl of Beaconsfield. We're a multi-award winning thriving community pub, a live music venue, and home to a fine range of Cask Marque ales, refreshing lagers, draught ciders, and absolu

Distance: 0.3 miles     Location: Petersfield, Cambridge, CB1

A large late night venue, with a heavy emaphasis on sport particularly rugby, known as "the" rugby pub in Cambridge. We also show football,Gaelic football, Hurling, Cricket as well as Formula one, cyc

Distance: 0.3 miles     Location: Petersfield, Cambridge, CB1

Wood paneling and railway and beer memorabilia add atmosphere to this discreet corner local just off Mill Road. Single bar with a small snug to the rear. Beer range usually includes an additional Oakh

Distance: 0.4 miles     Location: Petersfield, Cambridge, CB2

We have finally opened our refurbished Latin tapas bar in Cambridge, The Emperor, with exciting tapas menu, and a Latino atmosphere. Our food and drinks are based on Latin traditions fused with Cambridge creativity.

Distance: 0.4 miles     Location: Petersfield, Cambridge, CB1

In the years since it was 'restored', The Kingston Arms has made quite a name in the neighbourhood - popular during the day with people who work nearby, and bustling at night with punters in for a few drinks or something to eat.

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