The Dyke's End
8 Fair Green
Nr Burwell
CB25 0JD
01638 74381


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The Dyke's End  

The Dyke’s End pub lies at the northern tip of the Devil’s Dyke, a remarkable feat of Saxon engineering. Some seven miles long and a straight line.

The Dyke’s End was previously known as The King’s but was given its memorable name in the 1990s by the village shareholders who bought the freehold rather than see their only village pub close and revert back to a private dwelling. Within living memory the Dyke’s End was the farm house of one of several working farms in the village, while ale was supplied by a clutch of cottage ale-houses.

Those ale-houses have long been closed and the Dyke’s End, along with the church and the village hall, finds itself at the heart of village life as well as being a destination venue for people who travel some remarkable distances to enjoy our good food and home-brewed ales.

There are candle lit tables, a real fire, scrubbed tables, mismatched linen napkins, a pub dachshund (Banger), affordable high quality cooking, and a well kept cellar.

Food is served here 12-2 and 7-9pm with bar snacks from 6pm.

Dogs are welcome, but niosy children are not.



None as yet.

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beer, food, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, kids, car park, real cider, camping, pets allowed, vegetarian 


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3 real ales
Dyke Ales
plus cider



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