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The Old Crown, Much Hadham - pub details

Old Crown
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Address: Hadham Cross, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, SG10 6DF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35239) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bishops Stortford (4.5 miles), Sawbridgeworth (4.8 miles), Harlow Town (5.1 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Bull, Much Hadham (0.5 miles), Jolly Waggoners, Much Hadham (0.7 miles), Hoops Inn, Much Hadham (0.9 miles), Prince of Wales, Green Tye (1.0 miles), Green Man, Ware (1.7 miles)


user reviews of the Old Crown, Much Hadham

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Closed and being converted to housing.
WeazelTimes - 8 Oct 2014 11:45
Landed in this pub one Sunday afternoon after cycling several miles from Stratford. The location Much Hadham is exactly what I was expecting, and more! It did not disappoint. with it's old worldly village atmosphere. I was half expecting that classic head turning, music stopping, stranger in town enters salon treatment, that you get in several cowboy movies. But this is far from the truth. I found the staff and locals all very friendly and willing to put up with my stranger in town touristy type questions. The owner Jane? (Sorry there goes my memory for names again!) Was really friendly and seems like a real nice person. The food was near perfect! I ordered a Beef roast it was just the right size and really tasty. And the beer selection was just right for a pub of this size.
So If you like to explore old English villages with things of interest For example - the Henry Moore foundation just a little further up the road then be sure to pop in.
cgfatari - 11 Jul 2011 12:00
daveytimes. - 7 Dec 2010 19:38
The Old Crown has recently undergone a refurbishment and was reopened on the 22nd of November 2008. Whilst the inside and outside havenít changed structurally a fresh coat of paint has lifted it from dark and cluttered to light and airy.
There is one bar area, which is in between to seating areas which are primarily used fro dinning. There is also a patio area out front which again can be used for eating and drinking .
The menu has been brought back to basics with the likes of ham, egg and chips, sausage and mash and homemade soups. And thereís the Sunday roast, cuts of beef, lamb, turkey or pork served with freshly made Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes with a gravy that takes two days to make and is a food group in its own right
There is a selection of lagers, beers, wines and spirits . The service is warm and friendly as well as relaxed

Garylee - 17 Jan 2009 08:11
Average pub with average beer. Small outside seating area.
graham2 - 8 Aug 2008 14:43

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