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The Rose and Crown, Ashwell - pub details

Address: 69 High Street, Ashwell, Baldock, Hertfordshire, SG7 5NP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28846) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ashwell & Morden (2.1 miles), Baldock (3.9 miles), Arlesey (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.0/10 (rated by 4 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Bushell & Strike, Ashwell (0.1 miles), Three Tuns, Ashwell (0.1 miles), Jester Hotel, Odsey (1.9 miles)

 

user reviews of the Rose and Crown, Ashwell

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A perfectly quaint English, village pub in a pretty village. The food is superb, locally sourced vegetables and meat. Lots of fish dishes all made on the premises. Smashing home made curries and fish and chips to take away!

The pub has a homely feel with friendly, helpful staff and a secluded beer garden at the back. During the year they have lots of events going on: a monthly folk music night, an annual home-made sloe gin competition, an annual knock-out games night (crib/darts/dominoes), mid-summer parties and so on. There is a small restaurant separate from the bar. In winter there are log fires and candlelights.
Nothing pretentious - just good old fashioned hospitality.
ChrissyS - 31 Oct 2007 14:42
Nice little pub tucked in Ashwell, they got 2 real ale, a large outside seating bit at the back, serves food as well.
Carl1982 - 7 Aug 2006 02:54
A nice old pub in the Ashwell high street. Ashwell is a lovely old village and this pubs suits it well.

I've been here twice now, once today. Has a nice interior quite big, plenty of tables and a nice big bit out the back to sit.

They have two ales and one guest. I think it was GK IPA and Abbot with the guest something like Titanic. I couldn't try the beer as I was driving! My friend tells me it was ok though.

We had food. They have a nice menu with a good choice. I always have the smoked salmon sandwich with salad. It is a bit expensive at 5 something but it is definitely worth every penny. I asked for brown bread and it was lovely and thick, plenty of smoked salmon and a lovely salad too. Staff are very friendly.

They appear to do the odd fun night e.g. tonight was 50, 60 70's night. Not sure if that's my type of thing to see in an old pub but there ya go. Also in the pub is a TV and a dart board. The TV never seemed to be switched on which is a good thing. There was some music playing but only quietly. Well worth a visit.
NeilA - 22 Apr 2006 23:34

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