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The Little Black Book: Pubs & Inns

  • The Cricketers, Weston, Hitchin

    Muddy says: Looking for a friendly village pub with great food, warm hospitality and hearty country walks? How about a pub with its very own pizza oven? The Cricketers in Weston has it all.

  • The Tilbury, Datchworth

    Muddy says: The Tilbury is a much awarded British-inspired restaurant with a large terrace and garden. There's also more casual dining available serving pub classics.

  • The White Hart, Welwyn

    Muddy says: Friendly pub with 13 boutique bedrooms, 1AA rosette restaurant and function space in Welwyn village offering breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.

  • The Russell Arms, Butlers Cross

    Since 1784 villagers and visitors to Butlers Cross have enjoyed the inviting ambience of the Russell Arms. Situated a stonesthrow away from Ellesborough golf course, this pub blends the timeless appeal of a traditional 18th Century coach house with stylish contemporary features that ensure guests will enjoy a memorable visit. With an ample, open beer […]

  • The Bell, Stoke Mandeville

    The Bell offers a spacious yet cosy environment with more than a nod to the traditions of the Great British pub. Serving fresh, uncomplicated and seasonal food complemented by a simple ‘something for everyone’ wine list, proper bar snacks, light bites and a selection of quality real ales. Our aim is simple: To provide top […]

  • Tring Brewery

    Since 1992 Tring Brewery has built a solid reputation for consistently producing cask ales of great quality. The brewery prides itself on variety, often offering up to 25 different styles throughout any given year. Their core range offers the customer great diversity, so if you fancy a rich, smooth, dark pint, then Tea Kettle Stout […]

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