The Green Dragon - Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire

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Description

Connoisseurs of English village pub culture will love The Green Dragon - a freehouse often described by surprised and delighted visitors as ‘a proper local’. Certainly, the relaxed ambience created by the beautiful, sympathetically-extended building - much of it dating from the 17th Century - is unarguably enticing. A superb choice of refreshment can be savoured within either of The Dragon’s two distinctive bar areas. Deceptively spacious though intimately cosy, together they provide seating for over 50 people, as well as more-than-ample standing room for those who prefer to circulate whilst socialising. The Dragon’s only significant compromise in respect of English pub cultural tradition can be seen in its cuisine- which can be enjoyed either within the beamed restaurant, which seats 20, or less formally, in the bar areas. Alongside the traditional ‘pub grub’ menu and selection of sandwiches freshly made to order, there is a quality Thai menu featuring over 40 authentic dishes- all served daily (except Mondays) until 10pm. The Dragons spacious yet secluded country garden-a magnet for summer visitors-seats up to 100 visitors, who can enjoy the abundance of birds and other wildlife, as well as a varied collection of fuschias, and even a walnut tree! The garden also contains children’s games, plus a sheltered area for smokers. The Dragons historic Tap Room, for which time has virtually stood-still since it was re-constructed in 1838 - the same year as the current village Church nearby. Essentially unchanged since the 19th Century, the Tap Room has always been - and remains to this day - a veritable haven for active rural, village and community groups.

How to find us

Flaunden
Hemel Hempstead
Hertfordshire
HP3 0PP

Maximum Capacity: 100

T 01442 832 269

W www.greendragon.org.uk







Facilities

  • Car Park
  • Disabled Access