Set in an oak-beamed fifteenth century pub that's just a short jaunt from Cambridge and Newmarket, The Hole in the Wall was the ideal location to enjoy great food, perfectly kept ales and fine wines in surroundings that are as cosy when it’s cold as they are beautiful when it’s balmy.

The restaurant was named for the pub's original "hole in the wall", through which farm workers would grab their pints while making their way home from working the fields. Though the hole itself is long gone, we provided post-work refreshment for discerning drinkers, regardless of whether they'd been ploughing furrows or slaving over a hot spreadsheet.