The Castle Inn, Castle Street, Cambridge

Nick Bull writes:

Not to be confused with the Castle on St Andrew's St, this is a relatively
spacious and somewhat rambling pub, with a downstairs, an upstairs and an
outside. Decor is from the school of whitewashed stone walls, unpolished
wooden floors and open fires. Food is the usual traditional English pub fare.

The Gents are unusually large and clean, with an angle of 55 degrees.  The
orange juice is unspeakable. Across the road from the County Arms.

Paul Gilkerson adds:

Had a wide range of beers.  I think I had Bombardier, which was good.