The 9 best Cambridge pubs with a riverside view
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As the lovely warm weather continues, our thoughts are drawing to the sunniest spots to sit outside for a drink and watch the world go by.
And where better to do so than on the picturesque banks of the river Cam?
The river is dotted with a series of fine drinking establishments where residents and tourists can watch water traffic pass by.
From the Plough expansive beer garden to the Mill views of Cambridge punters, the city boasts a fantastic range of riverside drinking spots.
You can see all our picks on our interactive map here:The best riverside pubs in Cambridge
The Plough sprawling beer garden has long made it one of the most popular riverside drinking destinations in Cambridge.
Situated in the village of Fen Ditton, just on the edge of Cambridge, the pub occupies a peaceful spot on the River Cam.
Throughout the year families flock to the pub to enjoy its views and watch the annual bumps boat races.
Pub visitors can dine inside and out, with a lunch, dinner and Sunday menu on offer.
The Plough is open 11am 11pm, Monday to Saturday, and 11am 10:30pm on Sunday. There is a large car park on site.
Read MoreAnother famous riverside drinking spot in Cambridge, the Fort St George is located right on the edge of Midsummer Common.
Drinkers can enjoy views of the Common dotted with cows on one side, or sit alongside the riverbank itself.
There is plentiful seating inside and out, with food served everyday of the week.
If you fancy treating yourself, Cambridge two star Michelin restaurant Midsummer House is right next door.
The Fort St George is open 11am 11pm, Monday to Thursday, 11am midnight, Friday and Saturday and 11am 10:30pm on Sundays.