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HERTFORDSHIREClick to switch between Inns and Places to Visit

ertfordshire covers a largely lowland area, except in the north-west where it is crossed by the Chiltern Hills. The county produces grains and dairy items as well as vegetables and flowers for the London market. Industries include brewing, printing, and light engineering. Remnants of Roman occupation can be found in the region, most notably at St. Albans, where the museum gives a fascinating insight into life in Roman times. During the 15th century Hertfordshire was the scene of many battles of the Wars of the Roses. The county has some fine historic houses, including Hatfield House that dates from Jacobean times.Click Here For a List of Links to Inns with Websites

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Alford Arms

Frithsden, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP1 3DD  Tel: 01442 864480
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Cosy country local well worth visiting for its relaxed welcoming atmosphere. Excellent range of cask ales and a good reputation for food.

Brocket Arms

Ayot St. Lawrence, Hertfordshire, AL6 9BT Tel: 01438 820250
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Lovely peaceful 14th-century inn near the home of George Bernard Shaw with a delightful garden in the Summer and a roaring log fire in the Winter.

Fox & Hounds

Bank Side, High Street, Barley, Hertfordshire, SG8 8HU  Tel: 01763 848459
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Welcoming old village inn, with ‘gallows’ pub sign stretching across the street and depicting a fox being pursued by a band of dogs and two huntsmen on horseback. A wide range of traditional ales.

George & Dragon

82 High Street, Watton at Stone, Hertfordshire, SG14 3TA  Tel: 01234 830285
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16th Century inn close to Knebworth which serves excellent food and good ale.

Lytton Arms

Park Lane, Old Knebworth, Hertfordshire, SG3 6QB  Tel: 01438 812312
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Dating back to 1877 and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, a brother-in-law of Lord Lytton, the Lytton Arms brews traditional cask ales and holds very popular beer festivals. Traditional pub games such as bar skittles and home cooked food.

The Plough

Tyttenhanger Green, Tyttenhanger, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL4 0RW   Tel: 01727 857777
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Good quality English inn with a very welcoming atmosphere.

White Horse

33 Castle Street, Hertford, Hertfordshire , SG14 1HH Tel: 01992 501950
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Small, friendly inn with a good atmosphere and a regularly changing selection of guest beers. The White Horse is also the 'tap' for Dark Horse Brewery. Traditional wholesome bar food is also served and there are 3 rooms upstairs with some 'no smoking' areas.

Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

16 Abbey Mill Lane, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4HE  Tel: 01727 869152
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Fighting Cocks.jpg (30416 bytes)Claims to be one of the oldest pubs in England in which Oliver Cromwell is reputed to have stayed. Situated in the shadow of the wonderful St. Albans Cathedral and popular with locals and tourists. Filled with nooks and crannies with parts of the building dating back to the 11th Century although it was not until 1599 was it re-erected as an alehouse.