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The Grandison, Bramfield - pub details

Address: Bury Lane, Bramfield, Hertfordshire, SG14 2QL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 42150) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Watton-at-stone (2.4 miles), Hertford North (2.6 miles), Welwyn North (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 4 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Rose and Crown, Tewin (1.2 miles), Plume Of Feathers, Tewin (1.2 miles), Papillon Woodhall Arms, Stapleford (1.5 miles), Horns, Datchworth (1.6 miles), White Horse, Burnham Green (1.8 miles)

 

user reviews of the Grandison, Bramfield

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

Visited looking for good food with a decent pint.
Beer in good condition but haddock and chips spoiled by worst attempt at Blumenthals "triple cooked chips" I have ever had. Far from fluffy they were desperately over cooked, some burnt. A mild complaint (when asked) I was told that was "the style".
Sorry pal. It is not.
A big fail.
pheon - 18 Mar 2015 21:37
I visited last night and had a perfectly pleasant pint of Encore from Lacons brewery in Great Yarmouth. My pint plus my firend's lager and a small bowl of pistachios came to exactly £10. I also noted that if you'd like to have a Christmas lunch there it is £85 per head.
As your previous correspondent opined, this is not a country pub; it is not even a pub; it is a London restaurant that has appeared in an attractive Hertfordshire village. Probably a nice place to sit outside in the summer.
Number11 - 1 Dec 2013 15:46
This used to be a pub a number of years ago. It is now very definitely not a pub. It is a (pricey) restaurant that happens to serve real ale but, unless you are eating, gives you nowhere to drink it.

If you are looking for a country pub - go somewhere else.
Tewin - 14 Jan 2013 15:29
Nice place to stop if you are passing this way. Food was pricey but nice. Large outside area - perfect for a sunny day.
dyyony - 21 Aug 2012 22:18
This establishment advertises it's self as a "Drinking and Eating" Pub. Forget the drinking part in fact forget the pub part!! Whilst they have a good selection of beers including real ales and other drinks available there is no space to either sit or stand to drink them, all the tables are laid for eating.
We visited this "pub" on Easter Monday at lunch time and the "manageress / landlady" ? when asked if there was some space we could use to have a few beers told us it was Bank Holiday - all the tables are reserved - what did we expect, so we drank up and left. Whilst we were not the most smartly dressed customers there, jeans and tee shirts, how were they to know how much we might have spent on food and drink had we been made welcome.
A good example of how to be rude and unwelcoming to customers. Still their loss is the Rose and Crown in Tewin's gain
centralparting - 9 Apr 2012 14:34

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