The Golden Lion is a friendly country pub built back in 1827 , it is located in the small hamlet of Stonea in the middle of the Cambridgeshire Fens. The pub also boasts a restaurant , a campsite for touring caravans and tents as well as static caravans for rent.
Their picturesque fenland surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on their menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales, beers and fine wines gracing their bar.
The current owners, Andy and Christina have owned the pub since 2010 and have embraced the spirit of the pub, becoming a very central part of the local community and have created a fantastic menu. To this day guests find it hard to leave the picturesque location, next to the Sixteen foot waterway in the hamlet of Stonea near March, Cambridgeshire.
Originally a simple pub, they also have a restaurant that has a great reputation for fabulous food, good wines excellent beers and real ales both from local brewers and further afield.
Or make the best of the British weather by lingering over a relaxing drink in their pretty beer garden with bouncy castle for the little ones.
Friendly and inviting, The Golden Lion is the perfect location for enjoying a relaxed dinner in the restaurant or garden or having a Sunday roast by the fire whilst soaking up the idyllic atmosphere.
Please Note: The Golden Lion is closed at lunchtime on weekdays. The tastecard cannot be used on Sundays as a separate menu is served on this day.