Exciting food and local ales in beautiful thatched village inn
At a glance
Open all year
Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the beautiful village of Woodditton is just three miles from Newmarket, and the thatched Three Blackbirds dates from 1642. The two cosy oak-beamed bars offer a range of real ales and diners can choose between the restaurant and private dining room to sample a daily-changing menu packed with local produce. Perhaps Dullingham sausages and mash, buttered greens and onion gravy; pearl barley, roasted pumpkin and sage risotto; or local steaks from the grill that are followed by treats like home-made profiteroles filled with Baileys Irish cream.