The Angel Inn in the village of Yarwell is a 17th century inn, built in c1673.
Diane and Nick the owners and true Yarwellians, run the pub and advertise it as being ‘The way good pubs used to be’.
It’s like stepping back in time and possibly one or two of the regulars could well have! I’m hoping Di will pass on some of the history of the place.
It’s quaint, it’s quirky and it is very friendly. A warm welcome awaits.
With good beer and guest ales and naturally a comprehensive range of wines and spirits.
Food is also available and all served with Sherrills’ superb chips, though Nick doesn’t do a bad job when Sherrill is off duty!
The menu is as quirky as the pub and in itself makes good reading.
As the kitchen is rather small they cannot cope with large parties. A maximum of 6 as long as your not in a hurry and please note tables can not be booked. They don’t claim to be a restaurant and will gladly point you in the direction of the Black Horse or Queens Head in Nassington or the Paper Mills In Wansford.
There is a large garden for when the weather is fine, a pool table and dart board plus other pub games are available.
Dogs are very welcome and children are tolerated provided they are not allowed to run around!
It is a pub after all.
Music nights, quiz nights and karaoke nights take care of Fridays and the weekends but note it isn’t open at all on Mondays or Tuesday lunchtime!
It’s our local, and within
staggering walking distance of Yarwell Mill.