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Choppy's Restaurant@Waggon & Horses

Fine Dining10.9 miles Great Amwell SG12 9RQ

Josue and Mel Choppy hail from slightly warmer climes, the Seychelles, and it's lucky for us that they chose to bring a touch of the laid-back island culture to Hertfordshire. At Choppy's the focus is on leisure, pleasure and, of course, relaxation. So unwind in stylish comfort with a glass of Sancerre, and allow Josue and his dedic...

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The White Hart Inn Moreton

Italian11 miles Bridge Road Moreton CM5 0LH

Serving authentic Italian cuisine in a charming, traditional pub setting, the centuries-old White Hart promises a unique dining experience. Cosy up in the restaurant with its wooden beams, exposed brick walls and open fireplaces, and tuck into some rustic bread and oil as you examine the enticing menu of Italian treats. Headed by exp...

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The Bull

Bar-Restaurant11.3 miles Cottered SG9 9QP

Situated in the pretty village of Cottered, The Bull is a country pub that prides itself on offering the warmest welcome to each and every visitor. The impressive fireplace affords The Bull a homely feel, as do the cosy armchairs, from which you can browse the carefully selected wine list. The Bull’s mission is to provide except...

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The Swan Inn

Modern British11.5 miles Station Road CM6 3DG

At the heart of the historic village of Felsted lies The Swan Inn. This charming restaurant boasts the look of an authentic Tudor coaching inn, with attractive beams and high ceilings. Owners Sue and Gerry Goodridge have a wealth of experience in the industry. The duo have successfully combined a welcoming bar, spacious restaurant...

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The Plough

Modern European, British11.5 miles High Street Great Chesterford CB10 1PL

This cottage-style pub-restaurant simply exudes olde-worlde character. There is a children's playground in sight of the garden; guest beers can be enjoyed around an inglenook fireplace; couples can eat in tranquillity beneath wooden beams and lovely, smartly dressed staff serve the food with charm. The Plough's selective menu featur...

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The Vine

Gastropub11.8 miles Vine Street Great Bardfield CM7 4SR

It's always rewarding to discover something a bit different, especially when it's right under your nose, and this is exactly what happened when I visited the new incarnation of The Vine in Great Bardfield. Since May 2015, this bar-restaurant has been transformed into Britain's first eno-gastro pub. Enogastronomy, I learned on my v...

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The Queens Head

Traditional11.8 miles Queen Street Fyfield CM5 0RY

The Queen's Head is beautifully located on the banks of the River Roding - in summer, guests can relax in the idyllic beer garden, watching the willows dance over the water. The pub has deservedly received several accolades, due in part to the friendly service and ambience. Original beams give a rustic feel to the dining area, provi...

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The Ickleton Lion

Traditional11.9 miles 9 Abbey Street Ickleton CB10 1SS

This newly refurbished family-run pub is situated in the beautiful village of Ickleton, just five miles from Saffron Walden. With a lovely new look, the pub thrives at the forefront of village life, as it has done for over 300 years. As well as serving great-quality home-cooked food, Tom, Michelle and the family extend a warm welc...

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The Goat

Traditional12 miles 25 Vicarage Causeway SG13 7RT

With its traditional feel, selection of real ales and a seasonally changing menu of hearty British fare, The Goat offers everything you’d expect from a classic country pub. Its rural location also makes The Goat popular with ramblers – you can even bring your dog. The exposed beams and roaring fire create a cosy environment in...

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The Bluebell Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12 miles High Street Hempstead CB10 2PD

The Bluebell Inn, aptly painted in striking blue, is an atmospheric, centuries-old building steeped in history - it was the birthplace of notorious highwayman Dick Turpin. Luckily, you'll find no Dick Turpin types at The Bluebell these days - it is now a delightfully cosy, family-run venue offering fantastic food and drink. The menu...

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The College Arms

Modern British12.2 miles 40 London Road SG13 7PW

Since re-opening in September 2010, this village pub and dining rooms has become a firm favourite with both locals and people from the surrounding area; not surprisingly, it is recommended in The Good Pub Guide 2013. Local produce and family-run suppliers help The College Arms produce a seasonal à la carte menu that head chef...

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Thai Ruen

Thai12.3 miles Epping Green CM16 6PU

Head to The Cock & Magpie in Epping and discover an exciting foodie venture behind its unassuming exterior. This country pub is split between a traditional bar and a popular Thai restaurant serving stunning dishes to a loyal foodie fan base. While the pebble-dash exterior of the building retains the ambience of a British taver...

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Rose & Crown

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.4 miles Crown Hill CB10 2HA

For traditional, hearty fare served in a convivial atmosphere, look no further than the Rose & Crown in Ashdon. The pub boasts a traditional look, with wooden beams, an inglenook fireplace and a large bar. The menu comprises a selection of weekly specials that utilise the season's best offerings alongside pub classics that have ...

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The George and Dragon

Modern British12.4 miles 82 High Street SG14 3TA

This village gem is clearly at the centre of the local community and enjoys a well-deserved reputation for good food and award-winning ales. Set in an attractive building dating back to the 17th Century, The George and Dragon boasts wonderful variety. Drinkers and diners are spoilt for choice with two bars, two restaurants - either ...

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Loch Fyne - Hertford

Seafood12.6 miles 130 Fore Street Hertford SG14 1AJ

Loch Fyne’s beautiful Arts and Crafts building on Fore Street is in perfect harmony with the food, which is fresh, simple and skilfully crafted. Fish and seafood are sustainably sourced, the ambience is relaxed, and the service remains attentive. In finer weather you can make the most of the sunshine on the outdoor patio, and fo...

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