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The Waggoners, Ayot Green - pub details


Address: Brickwall Cl, Ayot St. Peter, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 9AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22397) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Welwyn Garden City (1.3 miles), Welwyn North (2.2 miles), Hatfield (3.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 14 users)
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The pub backs onto the A1M, and outside, you can hear it. It is down a cul-de-sac and so otherwise quite. We sat outside at a pavement table. On offer was Greene King, Adnams, Abbot, Pride, and Doombar - I had the IPA. Good, clear and well kept.

Inside the place is cosy enough to spend an evening. It looks to be mid 19th century and well-kept and the decor is very well done.

There was a menu on the table, and, although we weren't going to eat, it persuaded me we should - if you search around, you'll probably find the menu on the net - this is good stuff: not cheap but quality, the chef has quite some skill - I did look to see if it had a Michelin star - it hasn't. The service from the bar staff was only fair - it may be different inside in the dining section.

The locals were very friendly and a couple of hours had gone before we knew it.

Take a note of where it is if you are belting up or down the A1M - you'll not be disappointed.
greybeard - 30 Jul 2017 02:12
Call here now and again for a few beers. Condition of the London Pride varies and a bit gassy so maybe not for the connoisseur. Broadside has always been good. No yobs and service always good.
BubbaTubs - 31 Aug 2016 12:25
Five real ales on tap (GK IPA, Abbot, the GK summer Golden ale, Pride and Doom Bar). I had a pint of Doom Bar which was fresh and nicely chilled for a warm summer's evening. My companion told me that the food was very good here. It's also a nice wooded setting, spoiled somewaht by the roar of the A1(M) at the rear. What I did object to was being charged £6.80 for a single measue of Jura malt whiskey and a half of Doom Bar. Pricey or what!
Number11 - 27 Jul 2014 15:42
More of a restaurant than a pub now but that's not a bad thing! They serve food in the bar which clearly benefits from the excellent restaurant influence. They have decent beer on tap and a proper cider too (Stowford Press). The bar food is at the top end of the price range but worth every penny. The bar menu may be a little limited but why do many mediocre dishes when you can do a few excellent ones!
gardencityboy - 23 Nov 2010 15:25
the Waggoners is now under New Management and I visited on Saturday.. Beer is Good plenty of variety and well kept. Bar Food was also good, Nice friendly staff. Will go again,
MGardner - 27 Apr 2009 02:24

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