CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALE Peterborough & District Branch
Beehive, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (Public house) - Long term closed
62 Albert Place
(01733) 310600
12-11; 12-7 Sun
12-2.30, 6-9.30; 12-5 Sun
This pub sells beer from a local brewery.

Originally built in the 1850s, it closed as a pub in the mid 1980s. Reopened in April 1994 after eight year period of dereliction retaining its original name and being refurbished in a comfortable and sympathetic way. Sold to a pub company and eventually closed. Reopened in July 2010 as a smart, modern free house by the owners of Jim's Yard and Jim's Bistro. Light and airy and completely refurbished, with pleasant patio area at rear. Several b/w photos of old Peterborough adorn the walls. The old pool room can be hired as a private dining room or meeting room. The three or four real ales available usually include Castor Ales. Food served 12-2.30 and 6-9.30 Mon-Sat and 12-5 on Sun. Soul night last Sunday of the month when the pub closes at 11pm. Beehive is closed temporarily for a refurb and possible eparation of restaurant and bar. Due to open again shortly.
Quiet roomGarden/Outdoor areaLunchtime mealsEvening mealsPub near railway station - Station name: Peterborough - Distance (m): 600Pub on bus route - Route(s): Routes: several - Distance: 100Smoking areaRestaurantFunction roomTVNewspapersWiFi

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Dec 2019

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