ABOUT THE ADDISON ARMS

The Addison Arms has stood in the village of Glatton since the beginning of the 18th century and is named after playwright Joseph Addison, a relative of first landlord Peter Addison who built the pub after a tavern that had initally stood on the site was demolished.

It has Dutch influences in its architecture and has a notable spine-beam which was common in 18th century buildings. Although extended to the rear in relatively-recent times, the pub still retains its original silhouette.

MEET THE TEAM
Ruth Groves

Landlady

 

Ruth is originally from St Neots but relocated to Sawtry with her family ten years ago. A wine girl, Ruth will be the pub's driving force day-to-day.

Ray Groves

Landlord

 

Ray is a former Glatton resident, having moved to the village at the age of 14 in the 1980s before moving to Sawtry. He is pub man and steak lover.

OPENING TIMES

​MONDAYS
Bar: 12pm - 6pm
Restaurant: 12 - 2.30pm (Lunch Only)

TUESDAY - THURSDAY
Bar: 12 - 9pm
Restaurant: 12 - 2.30pm and 5 - 8.30pm

 

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Bar: 12 - 10pm
Restaurant: 12 - 2.30pm and 5 - 8.30pm

SUNDAY
Bar: 12 - 8pm
Restaurant: 12 - 3pm

For private functions, these times may vary

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