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The Fox And Duck, Therfield - pub details

Fox And Duck

Address: Village Green, Therfield, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 9PN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31449) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ashwell & Morden (2.7 miles), Royston (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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Cabinet Free House and Restaurant, Royston (1.9 miles)


user reviews of the Fox And Duck, Therfield

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The Fox and Duck is a decent Hertfordshire country pub utilised by locals, walkers and dog owners alike.
Has suffered from constantly changing Landlords over the last few years but the current emcumbent (of about 6 months) does seem to be making a go if it to make it a community pub and It's not so much a restaurant as the previous reviewer infers.
Internally it is one open-plan space with the front section with the bar area being mainly for drinking, being a plain wooden floor area encompassing two bow-windowed sections with chairs and largish stripped-top dark wood tables. And then the section at the back is carpeted and laid mainly to tables for dining.
The pub benefits from a large garden which stretches back behind the pub and although it includes play equipment, it backs onto a new ‘Village Play area’ with even bigger and better swings and roundabouts.
There is a decent pub grub menu but cannot pass comment on that as I have only ever utilised The Fox and Duck for a mid walk pint when doing one of the many decent village walks connecting to Therfield.
It’s a Green King pub and the beers on offer are the usual GK brands and were GK IPA, Abbot and St Edmunds on my last visit just after new year. And although the St Edmunds was a very well kept pint the pub would certainly benefit if one of the three hand pumps was dispensing a true guest beer.
Yhe new landlord is a folk musician and there is now a small stage area on the right hand side of the main bar area and I believe the plan is to have music evenings on a Sunday.

Gann - 10 Jan 2011 13:39
From the outside the pub looks like a nice country pub, with benches on the green outside. Once inside it is obviously a resturant with tables dotted around and only a small bar area making it look very bare inside.
There were a couple of real ales that did not really inspire me to want to stay too long and we got overcharged by a large amount on one round. Having said that the chap behind the bar was very friendly.
CambridgeBlue - 18 Jun 2009 09:28
A welcoming pub in a very pretty and charming village. Good ales and excellent food within a short drive of Royston.Great atmosphere weekends and wednesday
Mike Sterland - 21 Jan 2007 09:08

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