COUNTRY PUB & DINING
Situated in the small hamlet of Stoke Doyle, just a mile and a half from the picturesque market town of Oundle, the Shuckburgh Arms, though a traditional pub, has a stylish new interior with a contemporary edge. The original fireplace, complete with stained glass window still remains, as do the exposed beams.
Don Harding has created an extensive menu which combines the freshest seasonal ingredients, and all meat produce sourced locally where possible. The dining areas offer a relaxed, cosy and informal environment.
There is a choice of roasts on Sunday and children’s portions of most dishes are available.
Real Ales generally include the popular BSA (3.8%) or NVB (4.0%) from the local Nene Valley Brewery in Oundle. We also offer guest Ales from Osset Brewery in Yorkshire/St Austell in Cornwall and from the Conwy Valley in North Wales. Lagers on tap are Carlsberg, Italian Poretti and San Miguel plus various bottled lagers including Peroni and Corona.
The large family garden overlooks beautiful countryside. There is an adventure play area to amuse the children along with plenty of seating and a new decking area. The Alpacas in the field opposite are a big attraction and are always very inquisitive!
Our Bed and Breakfast accommodation has also been refurbished to a high standard. All with ensuite bathrooms, they are very comfortable and decorated with natural colours.
We are the only pub/restaurant in the tiny village and enjoy views over the countryside. St Rumbold’s Church is situated just a three minute walk down the road. Walks can be enjoyed around the area with many public footpaths.
We are situated 1.5 miles from the lovely market town of Oundle. Market day is on a Saturday plus there is a fabulous Farmers Market on the first Saturday of every month.
Approx 15 miles from the centre of Peterborough and a 40 minute drive to Cambridge.
Please advise on booking of your time of arrival so we can ensure a smooth check in.
Parking is situated on our gravel car park at the back of the main building or opposite the pub on the green.
We have a large well kept lawned garden with a children’s play area plus plenty of seating. There is also a separate decking area with seating. A few stone steps up or down to the garden. The car park has lighting. There is an entrance to the pub from the back as well as the main front door (two small stone steps up to front door).
A 50 cover restaurant, part wooden flooring and part carpet. A granite bar area with high stools.
All inside areas are totally non-
Very well behaved dogs are welcome in rooms, though not in dining areas.
Mobile phone reception is generally okay outside of the buildings.
If evacuation is needed the fire alarms will ring continuously. Those with hearing impairment should let us know on arrival so we can aid in the event of fire.
We have a large Disabled Toilet with hand bars/emergency pull. There are also two other toilets.
The pub is fairly level throughout.
Guest rooms are all situated on the ground floor.
There is a small step up into each room approximately 3.5 inches high.
Guest room doorways are 31 inches wide, so not wide enough for wheelchair access.
The bed height is an average of 58cm.
All chairs are without arms.
Menus have fairly large print. Our current menu can be seen on our Menu page.
NORMAL FOOD SERVICE HOURS
MONDAY – CLOSED ALL DAY
TUESDAY – 12 – 2 and 6 – 9
WEDNESDAY – 12 – 2 and 6 – 9
THURSDAY – 12 – 2 and 6 – 9
FRIDAY – 12 – 2 and 6 – 9
SATURDAY – 12 – 2 and 6 – 9
SUNDAY – 12 – 2 and 4pm CLOSE
Wheelchair Access and Disabled Toilet Facility
More accessibility information here.