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Oddfellows Arms Smokehouse

Traditional16.2 miles 195 Springfield Road CM2 6JP

The newly transformed Oddfellows Arms Smokehouse is a friendly, traditional pub serving tasty, honest food. Renowned for its authentic American-style barbecue plates, it is currently the only speciality smokehouse in Chelmsford. Using hickory, beech, whisky-soaked oak and apple wood to create their unique flavour, the smokehouse d...

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The Orange Tree

Traditional16.2 miles 6 Lower Anchor Street CM2 0AS

Situated just a short jaunt from the Essex County Cricket Ground, tucked away amidst the terraced housing lies The Orange Tree.  A stalwart of the local dining scene for over 120 years, this venue is well known and well loved in equal measure by its many returning customers. The ethos is clear – to provide simple yet high-q...

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Six Bells

Traditional16.5 miles Main Road Boreham CM3 3JE

Originally three adjoining cottages built in the 18th century, the Six Bells has since gone through some major transformations. However, the building remains true to its original purpose, with an inviting exterior and an air of homeliness and comfort within.
Having served meals to hungry guests for over three decades, the a...

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The Leather Bottle

Gastropub16.5 miles The Green Blackmore CM4 0RL

Set in the historic village of Blackmore, you’ll find The Leather Bottle in picturesque surrounds. With a pretty exterior and a village green just opposite, The Leather Bottle takes pride of place in the local community and stands out as an unpretentious yet impressive foodie destination.
The summer sees The Leather Bottl...

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The Pheasant & Borley Smokery

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.6 miles Church Street CO9 3AU

Hearty gastropub dining and charming interiors dating back to the 1500s make this a very cosy bolt-hole, especially during the winter months. In summer, the view from the garden (where owners Diana and James Donoghue grow the vegetables for their dishes) is beautiful, and dining alfresco is an absolute must. Seasonal specials incl...

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Queen’s Head

Traditional16.6 miles Church Road CM3 3EG

Tucked behind St Andrew’s Church in Boreham, you’ll find the Queen’s Head – an old fashioned family-run pub serving tasty unpretentious food and well-kept real ale, cider and wine. Max and Jess Castledine welcome visitors and locals alike to this traditional venue, which hosts regular live music nights, family-friendly cha...

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The Cock Inn

Traditional16.8 miles Callis Street Clare CO10 8PX

Situated in the charming Suffolk village of Clare, The Cock Inn was first recorded as a pub in 1636 and retains much of its olde-worlde charm. We visited the pub for a midweek dinner and were tempted by the extensive range of locally brewed real ales available at the bar, deciding to sample one before dinner. A glance at the menu ...

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The White Lion

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants16.9 miles 31 High Street Walkern SG2 7PA

The White Lion is an absolute gem, with all the hallmarks of a traditional English pub: low ceilings, fireplaces, cosy armchairs and friendly welcomes from behind the bar. Speaking of the bar, it offers an impressive selection of real ales, lagers and fine wines, as well as Champagne, should you feel like celebrating. Dine here ...

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The White Hart

Traditional17.2 miles 1 Balsham Road CB21 5BZ

The White Hart in the quiet village of Fulbourn is easy to reach, situated just fi ve miles from the city centre. The inn retains its traditional charm and has a relaxed atmosphere throughout, allowing guests to feel instantly at ease and enjoy the surrounds, whether that’s while taking in the homely interior of the restaurant o...

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Theydon Oak

Traditional17.3 miles 9 Coopersale Street CM16 7QJ

The Theydon Oak in Epping has quite the reputation in its local area and even further afield, which has earned it its place in the Good Pub Guide. Just one look at its beautiful painted exterior and spacious gardens is enough to entice many through its doors. Inside, you are instantly struck by the quirks and charm of this popular...

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Clay Pigeon

Gastropub17.3 miles 26 Robin Way CM2 8AS

Situated just outside central Chelmsford, Clay Pigeon has a reputation as a great venue in which to meet up with friends and family and make merry without breaking the bank. Its curved exterior wall makes for an intriguing sight, and the bar inside follows the same shape, allowing regulars to quench their thirst atop comfortable a...

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The Cricketers

Traditional, British17.4 miles Mill Green Road CM4 0RH

Located just outside Ingatestone, the recently refurbished Cricketers pub offers great fun, food and an extensive range of beverages that will have you clamouring for another visit. The menu boasts a fantastic fusion of traditional pub fare with daily specials including a varying catch of the day accompanied by locally sourced sea...

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The Victory

Traditional17.4 miles The Green Wickham St Paul CO9 2PT

In the idyllic village of Wickham St Paul, patrons of The Victory can expect a warm welcome from Kevin and his team. Dating back to the 1700s, this quaint village pub and restaurant boasts a great selection of real ale and locally sourced food. In summer, visitors can enjoy cricket on the green with a pint, while in winter the roa...

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The Belle

Gastropub17.6 miles 61 North End SG8 5NZ

The Belle is a social hub for the village of Bassingbourn; on any given night you’ll find a cheerful crowd of locals propping up the bar and the friendly staff offer a warm welcome to all who visit. Set within a refurbished public house and boasting two bar areas, The Belle is the perfect spot for a catch up with friends over a ...

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The Six Bells

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants17.6 miles 9 High Street CB21 5DH

The Six Bells, situated in the heart of the quaint village of Fulbourn, is steeped in history and dates back to the 15th century. Its timeless charm is characterised by open fi replaces, wooden beams and exposed bricks, topped off with friendly service. Real ale is high on the agenda, as is the fine fare, so quench your thirst at ...

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