The Garibaldi, St Albans
Hidden away in the back streets of St Albans, you'll find The Garibaldi a pub that transports guests back to the Victorian era, a roaring real fire and a great pint of real ale
The Gibraltar Castle, Harpenden
Once part-jail, The Gibraltar Castle now offers a somewhat warmer welcome! It's a historic pub dating back to 1799, with charming original features including the oak beams, bread ovens and open fire.
The Holly Bush, St Albans
Something of a hidden gem, quietly tucked away from the hustle and bustle of central St Albans, The Holly Bush is well worth a detour from the beaten tourist track. A beautiful pub inside and out
The Oak, Stanstead Abbots
A traditional, 17th Century pub in Stanstead Abbotts, The Lord Louis enjoys the warming effects of a coal fire, snug corners and cosy low beamed ceilings. A blissful retreat in winter,
The Portland Arms, St Albans
Tucked away in the lovely back streets of St Albans, The Portland Arms is a welcoming pub with real heritage. It was built back in the 1800s and its history is tangible as you walk through the door
The Post Office Arms, Hemel Hempstead
The Post Office Arms is a charming, family-run pub tucked away on a back street near Hemel Hempstead. More than 150 years old, the pub serves traditional real ales in a lovely relaxed atmosphere.
The Robin Hood, Tring
The Robin Hood is a lovely 16th Century pub, right on the edge of Tring town centre. With its log burning stoves and cosy low ceilings, the pub delivers a warm welcome in every sense
The White Horse, Hertford
A traditional ale house dating back to the 14th Century, The White Horse in Hertford charms with low, beamed ceilings, nooks and crannies at every turn and enchanting open log fires.