Welcome to The Addison Arms, a traditional country pub located within the village of Glatton in the heart of rural Cambridgeshire. We pride ourselves on offering a wide selection of beverages including guest ales, alongside a wide range of food, served amidst the ambience of our historic building and extensive garden.
The Addison Arms has stood in the village of Glatton since the 17th century and is named after playwright Joseph Addison, a relative of first landlord Peter Addison who built the pub after a tavern that had initially stood on the site was demolished.
It has Dutch influences in its architecture and has a notable spine-beam which was common in buildings of this period. Although extended to the rear in relatively recent times, the pub still retains its original silhouette.
We boast two bar areas, our main bar offers a warm and friendly atmosphere with the opportunity to socialise alongside an enclosed cosy bar to the rear for a more intimate setting.