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Mill

Address: 14, Mill Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1RX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19333) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cambridge (1.1 miles), Shelford (4.1 miles)

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Haven't been here for a few years and was pleasantly surprised. Excellent selection of ales in good condition. Only downside was large group of hooray henrys with ttheir ladies who decided that they would block the way through to the toilets with their chairs and tables.
Aztecgoat - 31 Jan 2020 21:11
It's a fairly long walk from the railway station to the Mill. But luckily I'd stopped for liquid refreshment at the Old Ticket Office in the station building itself. Being fairly new the OTO is not listed on BITE. The Mill however, has been around for much longer and is a better pub. It enjoys a location that will always make it a magnet for tourists. Finding a table not reserved for diners was tricky. Although, when I did, I vacated it so that a Japanese family who wanted to dine could do so - just doing my little bit for the Cambridge economy. Tourists had created a nice orderly queue at the bar for drinks. I awaited my turn and had the selection of Adnams Bitter, Lighthouse & Old Ale, Grain Slate & Black Spruce & Nene Valley New Age Chestnut. Instead I chose the Lilley's Elderflower Cider from the end handpull. CAMRA discounts are offered. But not to cider drinkers. Even the barman seemed surprised by that. The interior has lots of wood and a few different seating areas. Very pleasant pub in which I could have happily stopped for much longer, had I not had such a lengthy list of new (and old) pubs to try.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jan 2020 20:12
A good range of well-kept beers. I had the Thornbridge Lucaria and the 3 Blind Mice Lady Grey IPA, both of which were gorgeous in their own unique ways. Staff are friendly - if a little worked off their feet at the very peak times, like when we popped in. Remember to use the CAMRA membership discount if you''re a member, as it''s not advertised.
littledrummerboy - 20 Aug 2017 22:21
well I know its a student pub, but plastic glasses, and a rather small gents !


Leftinthepub44 - 14 Jul 2017 16:33
Thought I'd been here before but mistook it for another pub in the river. Good range of beer, including two dark beers (a rare thing nowadays it seems) and a fridge of Belgian and US craft beer). The dark ale I had was excellent, the barman was friendly and chatty, as was the local sat next to me a the bar. The food coming out looked good. Although not a big place on entry there were a few side rooms that actually made for a reasonable sized pub. Had a range of games in one of the rooms to help pass an afternoon away if you so wished. Really enjoyed my visit.
Rod_Hariga - 5 Mar 2017 08:05

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