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    McMullens pubs in 2017

    This is 2017. I run a number of pub history sites around the UK. They are all lacking in modern detail.

    I thought it time to add some additional detail for the pubs that still exist, or in many cases, have just been created.

    Many of the pubs in London and the UK, are just old banks, old offices, and generally have the name old in their name to indicate they are brand new pubs.

    Here are over 50 McMullens pubs as I find them in one list.

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  • Angel, Waltham Abbey, Essex - pub history

    This delightful oasis of calm has been a McMullen pub since the company bought the Hope Brewery back in 1920. This is a genuinely friendly local, retaining the traditionally separate public and lounge bars, in each of which...

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  • Angels, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

    A McMullen pub since 1957, the Angels is just a hop, skip and jump from Butts Lane park and a few moments away from the bustle of the town centre. Relax, kick back and enjoy time with friends and loved ones. Traditional...

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  • Baker Arms, Bayford, Hertfordshire - pub history

    This fine country inn, delightfully set in the heart of the Bayford Village has been a McMullen house since 1946. With Bed and Breakfast accommodation, fresh daily changing menus, locally crafted McMullen ales, credible...

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  • Baroosh, Chelmsford, Essex

    Born 2006 Baroosh bar & kitchen is about you. We have five beautiful venues that are located in prime, high street locations in affluent towns and cities around the Home Counties. We focus on fresh food, wine,...

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  • Baroosh, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire

    Born 2011 Baroosh bar & kitchen is about you. We have five beautiful venues that are located in prime, high street locations in affluent towns and cities around the Home Counties. We focus on fresh food, wine,...

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  • Baroosh, Hertford, Hertfordshire

    Born 2000 Baroosh bar & kitchen is about you. We have five beautiful venues that are located in prime, high street locations in affluent towns and cities around the Home Counties. We focus on fresh food, wine,...

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  • Baroosh, Marlow, Buckinghamshire

    Born 2012 Baroosh bar & kitchen is about you. We have five beautiful venues that are located in prime, high street locations in affluent towns and cities around the Home Counties. We focus on fresh food, wine,...

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  • Baroosh, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

    Born 2000 Baroosh bar & kitchen is about you. We have five beautiful venues that are located in prime, high street locations in affluent towns and cities around the Home Counties. We focus on fresh food, wine,...

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  • Black Bull, Buntingford, Hertfordshire - pub history

    A member of the McMullen family since 1888, the Black Bull is a building of Special and Historical Interest steeped in character and charm that sits right in the heart of Buntingford. Enjoy locally crafted real ales and...

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  • Bright Star, Near Luton, Herts

    A McMullen pub since 1909, when it was purchased for the then princely sum of £500 Great British Pounds A spiffing local, on the village green, with walks, cycles and rambles aplenty to enjoy nearby! Despite our...

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  • Britannia, Marlow, Buckinghamshire

    Bursting with pride, we introduce a new member to the McMullen family tree, which has been a McMullen pub since 2012. Uniquely & individually designed with a nautical twist and with its own special style of eating...

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  • Builders Arms, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

    Located opposite Lochinver House School, this hidden gem has been a McMullen house since 1903. A lovely spot in which to eat, drink and relax and enjoy our occasional entertainments (like us on Facebook for details) –...

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  • Bull, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire - pub history

    A McMullen pub since 1924, the Bull was rebuilt in 1972. Often confused with her local sister pub The Bull’s Head (beware if you’re booking!), this is a peaceful oasis in a busy part of town with an...

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  • Bullfinch, Riverhead, Kent

    This stylish pub restaurant has been a McMullen house since 2009. Seriously Relaxed Dining at McMullen’s Kent country retreat! Glorious food, fine wines, real craft ales, credible coffee, all hand selected,...

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  • Bulls Head, Turnford, Hertfordshire - pub history

    The first of McMullen's now locally famous individually designed Chicken & Grill pubs, the Bull’s Head has been a McMullen house since 1912. (If you’re booking ahead, beware of our similarly named McMullen...

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  • Chadwell Springs, Ware, Hertfordshire

    UNDER CONSTRUCTION The golf course is currently CLOSED for play, during the exciting new development of Chadwell Springs Golf Course into a Centre of Excellence for Golf and the construction of a destination food...

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  • Chieftain, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

    Formerly known as the Woodman, The Chieftain has been flying the McMullen flag continuously since 1924. It was once a vast ale house selling over 1,450 barrels in 1939 – roughly the number of meals we sell in a week...

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  • Coach and Horses, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire

    A McMullen pub since 2011 – made fabulous 2013! Enjoy Seriously Relaxed Dining in Stortford! At the Coach, you can delight in the warmth of roaring fires, dine outside, warm and under cover in the flower...

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  • Cock Inn, Harlow, Essex

    McMullen since 1991 This friendly traditional two-bar (public and lounge) local has been part of McMullen’s happy band since 1991. Considering it’s a mere hop skip and jump from the centre of town, it’s...

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  • Cock O' the North, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

    A McMullen house since 1936. The name is of unknown origin – and since the building's deeds bear a covenant from 1936 demanding that the Cock O’ the North ‘be not built as an asylum’ there is...

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  • Coopers Arms, Hitchin, Hertfordshire - pub history

    This building of Special & Historical Interest set in the historic and delightful Tilehouse Street has been a McMullen house since 1887. Just a moment’s stroll from the bustling town centre, the Cooper’s...

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  • Cowper Arms, Digswell, Hertfordshire - pub history

    Nestled in the heart of Digswell, near the station, Burnham Green and Welwyn, this traditional village pub offers hearty British eats, locally sourced meat cuts and a daily changing selection of dishes from around the world...

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  • Cricketers, Woodford Green, Essex - pub history

    Nestled just outside the town, near the town green, Woodford’s hidden gem has been part of the McMullen family of inns since 1898 Sit inside and watch all the major sporting events on Sky or relax outside and...

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  • Cricketers, Enfield, Middlesex

    A London Village pub that’s been a McMullen house since 1919. Tucked just off the main road, look out for the quirky cricketer sign and you’ll have found the glorious, uniquely designed Cricketers where...

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  • Crocodile, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - pub history

    McMullen since we do not know when – but we think possibly that it was previously called the Pheasant. We do know, however that it was rebuilt in 1976! Tucked away and discreet behind the garden, this pub’s...

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  • Crown, Waltham Abbey, Essex - pub history

    This heart-warmingly real pub has been part of the McMullen family since 1905. Just moments from Waltham Abbey High Street, and Waltham Abbey Church, The Crown is a welcoming oasis of calm and traditional pub values,...

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  • Crusader, Near Harlow, Essex

    A McMullen house since 1919. Formerly the Temple Inn, the Crusader was purchased in 1919 for the princely sum of £1,450. At the time a seventh of its annual income had to be paid each Michaelmas to the Lord of the...

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  • Dog & Whistle at The Ram, Hertford, Hertfordshire - pub history

    A McMullen house since 1898, Hertford town centre’s Dog and Whistle at the Ram offers a fresh approach on a traditional pub and inn. Eat, Drink and Sleep at Hertford's casual eclectic cool pub including art deco,...

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  • Duchess of Cambridge, Windsor, Berkshire

    A McMullen house since 1997 – made wonderful in 2011! In 2010, when the pub needed a freshen-up, an idea formed based around the great British pub and all that makes it great, Windsor being one of the most distant...

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  • Dusty Miller, Harlow, Essex

    Owner/Chef Chris Cleary is gaining a great reputation for exciting and innovative eats at everyday prices at his terrific foodie gem on the outskirts of town and the edge of Gilston. We don’t do fast food, we do good...

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  • Fishery Inn, Elstree, Hertfordshire

    Located opposite the splendid Elstree Lake, this is the perfect spot for a post-stroll recovery with its daily changing specials, Great British classics and seasonal dishes accompanied by local ales, fine wines, world beer and...

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  • George IV, Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire - pub history

    A traditional welcoming two bar local that’s been with McMullen since 1885, the George IV is renowned for its locally produced ales. A friendly, independently managed over 21's pub where you can enjoy the flowers on...

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  • Globe, near Hitchin, Hertfordshire - pub history

    The Globe, Codicote is a fabulous newly refurbished village pub. Family run and very accommodating to all community needs. Superb home cooked 'Pub Grub' menu from our in house chef Mikey Chinner who, with years of...

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  • Golden Griffin, Hertford, Hertfordshire

    A short walk from Hertford town, and originally traded in partnership with Whitbread, the Griffin has been our friendly local McMullen pub since 1957. It’s a traditional community pub that really is at the heart of...

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  • Great Eastern Tavern, Hertford, Hertfordshire - pub history

    Tucked away on the outskirts of the county town, this hidden gem of a friendly local has been a McMullen pub since 1903, and it’s still serving hand-crafted local McMullen ales. These days, it also shows all major...

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  • Greyhound, Enfield Lock, Middlesex

    This traditional two-bar pub has been a McMullen house since 1923. This lovely old-fashioned pub in a hidden waterside location has a fascinating history – because it’s right next to Enfield’s old...

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  • Greyhound, Hertford, Hertfordshire - pub history

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: We are temporarily closed until further notice. We look forward to reopening soon. This fine local pub was McMullen’s very first pub purchase in 1835 – and it’s still selling...

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  • Hare, Harlow, Essex

    A traditional three-bar inn with true pub values run for the modern age, the Hare is a true country local in the heart of Harlow, a stone’s throw from the centre right opposite Princess Alexandra Hospital. Pop in for...

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  • Harrier, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

    Originally called the Hilltop, the Harrier has been a McMullen house since 1958. Built with hospitality and community in mind, the Harrier boasts a vast function room that’s hosted generations of birthdays and special...

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  • Herald, Harlow, Essex

    A traditional, friendly two-bar local with bags of atmosphere, the Herald is a genuine community gem with its constantly changing weekly live music such as acoustic jam sessions and much more besides – follow us on...

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  • Heron on the Lake, Fleet, Hampshire

    Seriously Relaxed Dining in this waterside retreat that’s been a McMullen pub since 2010. Quirky… beautiful…stunning… or so our guests tell us! Within the Heron boatyard enjoy the delights of...

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  • Hollybush, Loughton, Essex

    As a McMullen’s house since 1898, the Hollybush is a key part of Loughton High Street’s rich history This traditional firm and busy favourite just a minute’s walk from the fringes of Epping Forest offers...

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  • Hopfields, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

    This friendly local has been part of the McMullen family since 1937 and to this day, is right at the heart of the local community. Sticking firmly with tradition, this is an old-fashioned two-bar pub with Sky Sports and...

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  • Horseshoes, Waltham Abbey, Essex

    Your quality village local and a McMullen pub since 1898. Partake of local walks and rambles then relax with outstanding views over Waltham Abbey from our delightful hidden garden and enjoy the best of locally sourced...

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  • John Bunyan, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire

    A McMullen pub since it was purchased for the then princely sum of £500 in 1898. Legend has it that the 7th Earl of Cowper and his successors owed the pub 4 shillings for use of the pub – but since the Earl died...

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  • Jolly Bargeman, Ware, Hertfordshire - pub history

    A McMullen pub since 1911, the Bargeman was subject to a compulsory purchase order in 1935 but then rebuilt, in 1956, we think. With great beer, good company, all major sporting events on Sky Sports and occasional...

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  • Jolly Butchers, Enfield, Middlesex

    This ‘London Village Pub’ has been a McMullen house since 1923 A real friendly local at the heart of the community, the Jolly Butchers offers a quality moment away from the madding crowds of Enfield. Locally...

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  • Jolly Farmers, Enfield, Middlesex

    Step away from Enfield’s hustle and bustle to Frog’s Bottom and a pub that’s been part of the McMullen family since 1910. This is the largest yet also the most intimate of McMullen’s now locally...

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  • Jolly Fisherman, Near Ware, Hertfordshire - pub history

    A McMullen pub since 1918. Originally purchased for the then princely sum of £2,100 Great British Pounds, this picturesque pub nestles by the River Lee, just away from the centre of St Margarets, near Ware. It’s...

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  • Jolly Postie, Royston, Hertfordshire

    The Jolly Postie sits proudly in the grand old building on Baldock Street in the centre of Royston. Originally opened in 1935 as, you guessed it, a Post Office, we’ve made our desire to preserve history very clear. As you...

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    1. Kingfisher on the Quay, Mytchett, Surrey

      Tucked away in Mytchett Surrey, McMullen's purchased this tired site in 2013 and having provided lashings of love. The perfect location for eats or libation, sit and enjoy the lake or relax inside by roaring fires....

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    2. Kings Arms, Fitzrovia, London

      Located right at the heart of Fitzrovia, The Kings Arms has been a McMullen pub since 2013. This independently managed iconic London pub is perfectly located for locals and workers alike with true hand-crafted real ales,...

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    3. Kings Head, Barnet, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This high street watering hole with pub sports and a warm welcome has been a McMullen house since 1888. It’s a chance to escape the high street crowds, settle, relax and enjoy a good quality pint with hearty pub food,...

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    4. Kings Mead, Ware, Hertfordshire

      This business is currently closed for a refurb.
      Due to reopen on 15/03/2017

      This pub and driving range is currently being built. Part of the McMullen family since 1950, rebuilt in 2016. Seriously relaxed dining with a family golfing centre to boot. Named after the local area on which the pub...

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    5. Lion, Nr Harlow, Essex

      The Lion was originally the farmhouse of the adjacent Green Man Farm which was turned into a pub over a century ago. It is a friendly village local with pub garden and car park.  

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    6. Long Arm Short Arm, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This archetypal British country pub has been a McMullen house since 1885. After buying the pub in 1885 for the then princely sum of £350, McMullen dug its own well to solve the ‘long arm; short arm’...

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    7. Lord Haig, Hertford, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A traditional pub delight in the town centre of Hertfordshire’s county town, the Lord Haig has been a McMullen house since 1920. An independently managed town centre pub with the warm welcome of a local, the Lord Haig...

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    8. Lord Kitchener, New Barnet, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Formerly known as the Black Boy, this traditional pub has been with McMullen since 1897. A good old-fashioned pub on New Barnet High Street, the Lord Kitchener or ‘Kitch’ as it’s affectionately known to...

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    9. Maltsters, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire

      Rebuilt in 1975, the Maltsters has been part of McMullen since 1898. Nestled near Cheshunt station, the Maltsters is almost impossible to stroll past without dropping in for an after work libation. A traditional two-bar pub...

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    10. Millstream, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

      Important Notice: We are now open for business. Guests are advised to pre-book tables as the expectation is that The Millstream will be the new ‘in’ place in Hitchin. This rural delight on Hitchin’s...

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    11. Millstream, Hertford, Hertfordshire

      Get away from town and join us on Hertford’s peaceful outskirts for highly recommended freshly prepared British pub fayre with a twist, locally crafted McMullen ales and fine wines. Sunday roasts a...

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    12. Mops & Brooms, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire

      A McMullen pub since 1911. The Mops sits in splendid rural solitude on the north edge of Borehamwood on the way to Shenley, with magnificent views across Hertfordshire – so it’s a great place to get away...

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    13. Nags Head, Covent Garden, London

      Located right at the heart of London’s Covent Garden, opposite the London Underground tube, The Nag’s has been a McMullen pub since 1927. This iconic London pub is in an undeniably impressive spot where it...

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    14. Nags Head, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire - pub history

      An Art Deco treasure designed by E.B. Musman in 1936 and a McMullen pub since 2010. Art Deco and proud, this distinctively individual pub is one of McMullen’s now locally famous Chicken & Grill pubs, which are...

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    15. North Star, Welwyn, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Enjoy Seriously Relaxed Dining in Welwyn in this great pub that’s been part of the McMullen family since 1936. Dine alfresco when the sun favours or by the fire when it doesn’t, share moments in the private...

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    16. Old Anchor, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Traditional, well behaved, friendly and sedate, the Old Anchor has been a McMullen pub since 1892. Locally crafted real ales, fine wines, world beers and good value comfort food as well as Sky sports, darts and a great deal...

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    17. Old Beams, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

      A McMullen house since 1995, the Old Beams was rebuilt after a fire in 2007. Enjoy Seriously Relaxed Dining in this hidden country gem at the heart of Shenley Lodge. With the remnants of the historical pub abutted to the...

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    18. Old Star, Wormley, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This traditional, quality pub has been part of the McMullen family and at the heart of its community since 1924. The Old Star brings you good fun times, weekly entertainment, live sporting events on screen, darts, pool and,...

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    19. Old Town Bar, Old Stevenage, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1905, now brought right up to date! On Stevenage High Street, Old Town Bar (formerly known as 2 Dry) is an exciting contemporary twist on the traditional  pub, perfect for hand crafted local...

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    20. Orange Tree, Hitchin, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1902, The Orange Tree was rebuilt in 1976 Hitchin’s secret garden and sun trap is just a stone’s throw from the bustling town centre, but seriously relaxed times and plenty of peace and...

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    21. Orange Tree, Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1901, the Orange Tree was formerly known as the Three Horseshoes. It seems that back in the distant past, pub names were either in short supply or publicans were very unimaginative – because...

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    22. Owl, Loughton, Essex

      This superb woodland tavern has been a McMullen pub since 1898 and was rebuilt in 1975. Join us in our cosy pub with warm open fires located in the heart of Epping Forest for highly recommendable freshly prepared British...

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    23. Peahen, St Albans, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1936, the Peahen was reborn in 2005. Justly famous for great service, delicious freshly prepared food and amazing events. Children and families welcome until 6pm, over 18's only...

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    24. Plough, Waltham Abbey, Essex

      A McMullen pub since 1917 and rebuilt in 1980. A hop, skip, and jump from the Royal Gunpowder Mills, surrounded by gardens and with our own fort for the little munchkins, the Plough’s a lovely spot for relaxing with...

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    25. Plough, Cuffley, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1898, The Plough is now among McMullen’s now locally famous Chicken & Grill pubs, which are uniquely and individually designed with service that’s personally crafted to suit you. Our...

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    26. Plough, Enfield, Middlesex

      A blooming lovely pub that’s been with McMullen since 1905. Flowers, flowers everywhere! We’re right in the heart of the beautiful Crews Hill gardeners’ heaven and very pleased to be here. At the...

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    27. Plough, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This quality local offers traditional pub values together with Sky sports, hand-crafted local ales all served up in relaxed and charming surroundings with a warm fire. The team look forward to seeing you...

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    28. Prince George, Tattenhoe, Milton Keynes

      The Prince George opened in February 2014 after an extensive construction programme. It stands spectacularly proud in the Milton Keynes suburb of Tattenhoe. It is also named after William and Kate’s first...

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    29. Prince of Wales, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1874. Despite having been burnt to the ground twice by 1902, the Prince of Wales still has roaring fires to greet you – albeit now with a few additional fire extinguishers! Drink, dine and...

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    30. Queen Victoria, Theydon Bois, Essex - pub history

      This homely old-school pub has been with McMullen since 1898. Steeped in historical charm and overlooking the green, the Queen Victoria is a home from home, serving classic British seasonal food. Drink or dine alfresco,...

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    31. Queens Arms, New Barnet, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Originally leased from the local leather merchants, this friendly meeting place has been a McMullen house since 1936. Just a moment from Barnet High Street and right next to Barnet Cinema, the Queen’s Arms is a...

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    32. Queens Head, Waltham Abbey, Essex - pub history

      The Queen’s Head has been a McMullen pub since we purchased the Hope Brewery in 1920 – a brewery first established in 1830 at McMullen’s Old Cross, Hertford base, where we still brew hand-crafted real ale to...

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    33. Red Lion, Hatfield, Hertfordshire - pub history

      An inspiring pub, and a former hotel and banqueting suite, in a historic location that’s been with McMullen since 1934. Located a short stroll from the grounds of Hatfield House where history states that news of Queen...

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    34. Rising Sun, near Hitchin, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since the company’s purchase of the Hope Brewery in 1920 – on the very same Hertford site where we still brew hand-crafted real ale to this day! Set in a beautiful village location with huge...

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    35. Robin Hood, Enfield, Middlesex

      A McMullen pub since 1904. Leave the world behind you, stroll past the roaring fire, relax and unwind. The Robin Hood is a mere stone’s throw from Enfield and the motorway, yet it’s a world apart in the...

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    36. Robin Hood & Little John, near Welwyn, Hertfordshire

      This beautifully traditional country inn set in a picturesque rural spot has been a McMullen pub since 1923. Steeped in historic charm, with beams and roaring log fires for warming away the chills, or gardens to enjoy the...

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    37. Rose & Crown, Ware, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A delightfully traditional pub that’s been a McMullen house since 1922. Everything you could ever ask of a traditional pub, including Great British pub meals, a lovely pub garden with ‘bird fanciers...

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    38. Royal Oak, Chingford, London

      A McMullen pub since 1920 when we purchased it for £1,250 Great British pounds! The Royal Oak is one of McMullen’s now locally famous Chicken & Grill pubs, which are uniquely and individually designed with...

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    39. Royal Oak, Stevenage, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Moments from Stevenage town, your friendly, lively local! A traditional two-bar operation, with the public bar available for private hire, we host regular music and entertainment events focused on the young at heart and...

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    40. Salisbury Arms Hotel, Hertford, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen establishment since 1891. Set in the heart of historic Hertford, the Salisbury Arms is one of the town’s finer things in life where entirely modern facilities blend with old-world charm and values –...

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    41. Saracens Head, Ware, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This lively town centre pub on the banks of the River Lea has been a McMullen house since 1938. Step right off Ware High Street, escape the crowds, relax and unwind on the waterside terrace where you can dine alfresco when...

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    42. Sebright Arms, Barnet, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Barnet’s hidden gem has been a McMullen pub since 1891. Tucked away from the crowds, a splendid terrace, locally crafted real ales, fine wines and credible coffee, this gem of a pub is at the heart of the...

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    43. Shark, Harlow, Essex

      Just a short stroll from Harlow town centre, this friendly traditional local really is the heart of the community around here. As well as local cask ales, world beers and fine wines, the Shark presents a selection of the best...

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    44. Sibthorpe Arms, Hatfield, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This traditional, friendly local has been a McMullen pub since 1896. Situated in the village of Welham Green, a short walk from the station. A lovely spot in which to eat and relax, enjoy our regular entertainment and...

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    45. Spice of Life, Soho, London

      Set in the heart of theatreland within the buzzing bohemian community of Soho, the Spice is an institution and part of the McMullen family of pubs since 1986 Upstairs is for drinks, eats, giggles and guffaws while enjoying...

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    46. Spread Eagle, Ware, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Cosy neighbourhood local, moments from Ware train station, offering fine ales, wines and occasional weekend entertainment, a McMullen pub since 1987. The team look forward to seeing you soon. Rita and Paul...

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    47. Stag, Ongar, Essex

      McMullen since 1921 Located away from the madding crowds on Brentwood Road, The Stag offers truly British pub food, hand-crafted ales, world wines and large gardens with play kit for the children – all of which makes...

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    48. Stag, Chorleywood, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1993, The Stag’s just moments from the motorway but beautifully off the beaten track and far away from the madding crowd – making this the perfect spot for fine wine, good eats and hand-crafted...

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    49. Steamer, Welwyn, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Nestled on the edge of Welwyn village, away from the hustle and bustle, the Steamer brings you traditional home cooked British pub lunches as well as exotic dishes from the Asian sub-continent. So, relax and let us look after...

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    50. Sun, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This classic local has been with McMullen since 1886. Rebuilt after a stable fire in 1977, the Sun is now one of McMullen’s now locally famous Chicken & Grill pubs, which are uniquely and individually designed...

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    1. Sun Inn, Nazeing, Essex - pub history

      Important notice:- WE ARE CURRENTLY DEVELOPING OUR FOOD SERVING. PLEASE RING US FOR LATEST OFFERS BEFORE VISITING! Just moments outside of town, far away from the madding crowds, glorious treats await you, your friends and...

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    2. Tavern, Welwyn, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen house since 1921, this friendly, traditional, yet upbeat quality local is steeped in character and history. Friendly and fun, the Tavern is focused on hand-crafted McMullen ales, major sporting events, live...

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    3. The Almond Tree, Stevenage, Hertfordshire

      Stevenage’s best kept secret local has been a McMullen pub since 1969.  The Almond Tree is a traditional neighbourhood pub with two bars, Sky Sports, entertainment and live music. The team look forward to seeing...

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    4. The Old Crown Public House, Bloomsbury, London

      A contemporary London pub and cocktail bar serving a wide variety of McMullen ales, beers, spirits, and wines.  A bespoke London diner, serving award winning homemade burgers, hot dogs, wings, and a unique range...

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    5. Three Horseshoes, Watton at Stone, Hertfordshire

      This rural roadside retreat has been a McMullen house since 1880. Enjoy some Seriously Relaxed Dining in this rural retreat focused on fresh seasonal treats with daily changing specials. Set it in its own delightful...

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    6. Travellers Friend, Epping, Essex - pub history

      A McMullen pub for so long no one’s quite sure since when, the Traveller’s Friend is just a short drive from neighbouring Epping, Nazeing and Harlow, so it’s perfect for a swift lunch or more leisurely...

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    7. Victoria, Ware, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1922 this is a traditional local with plenty to enjoy! With its delightful waterside location and garden, locally crafted real ales and glorious wines, all major sporting events on Sky Sports,...

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    8. Vine, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1933, rebuilt in 1982 A short distance from the Lee Valley White Water Centre, leave the hustle and bustle behind you and spend some quality family time with friends and family – and us! In...

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    9. Volunteer, Waltham Abbey, Essex - pub history

      A cosy hug of a foodie pub, minutes from the motorways and nestled on the edge of Epping Forest that’s been a McMullen house since 1898 With the backdrop of the forest you can walk, cycle or jog your guilt away before...

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    10. Welsh Harp, Waltham Abbey, Essex - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 1908. In the heart of town, near Waltham Abbey itself, the Welsh Harp offers traditional pub meals, local crafted ales, world beers, sports and entertainment. The team look forward to seeing you...

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    11. Wheatsheaf, Waltham Abbey, Essex - pub history

      This classic British pub has been part of the McMullen family since the purchase in 1920 of the Hope Brewery, which stood since 1830 on McMullen’s Hertford site, where hand-crafted real ale is still brewed to this...

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    12. Wheatsheaf, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A local pub for all offering hand-crafted local ales, world beers and all major sporting events shown on Sky Sports. Join us to enjoy traditional pub games such as poker, pool and darts – and perhaps even join one of our...

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    13. Wheelwrights, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire

      Originally bought as a former stables and wheelwright’s shop for the then princely sum of £375, the name has been with McMullen since 1898 – although the current pub was built in 1971 on the other side of the...

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    14. White Hart, Hertford, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Situated right at the heart of the county town, the White Hart has been a McMullen house since 1909. Back then, William McMullen (father of our founder Peter McMullen and a gardener by trade) was a familiar face in the pub...

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    15. White Hart, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

      Wowing South Mimms locals for years with traditional British food, locally crafted real ales, single malts, fine wines carefully tested (Hic!), roaring fires, old world charm in a stunning historic building, the White Hart is...

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    16. White Hart, Puckeridge, Hertfordshire - pub history

      We are a family run village pub set in the Hertfordshire countryside. The White Hart offers all you would expect from a country pub. A warm welcoming atmosphere with well kept real ales, serving fresh home made food with...

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    17. White Horse, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire - pub history

      This lovely old country pub has been a McMullen house since 1984. Far away from the crowds, warmed by a roaring fire amid oak-beamed charm, the chefs work away with daily changing specials and a passion for fresh...

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    18. White Horse, Burnham Green, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since 2007, this idyllic pub nestled in the corner of the village green, is the perfect backdrop for wonderfully relaxed eating and drinking. Our mix of locally crafted ales and food, world...

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    19. Windsor Castle, Finchley, London

      A McMullen pub since 1986 This hidden gem of a pub, away from the madding crowds with a fine sun trap patio serves traditional British pub food, locally sourced and, from further afield, authentic Thai dishes too! All...

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    20. Wonder, Enfield, Middlesex

      This gem of a traditional pub has been part of the McMullen family since 1877. Nowhere more clearly can you see why British pubs are loved the world over than at the Wonder – it’s close to the heart of the...

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    21. Woodman & Olive, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire

      Originally known simply as the Woodman, this has been a McMullen pub, since 1921 – and we renamed it in 2011 to reflect our recent Greek influences! A moment’s drive from Paradise Wildlife Park, in secluded...

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    22. Woolpack, Hertford, Hertfordshire - pub history

      Steeped in tradition, yet bang up to date, the Woolpack has been a McMullen pub since 1856 – and brewing has taken place here since 1743! A picturesque pub packed with McMullen heritage on the River Lea, just a moment...

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    23. Yew Tree, Stevenage, Hertfordshire - pub history

      A McMullen pub since the company’s purchase of the Hope Brewery in 1920 – on the very same Hertford site where we still brew hand-crafted real ale to this day! Despite a major fire in 1938, the Yew Tree still...

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