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Woodman, Hatfield - pub details

Address: 21 Warrengate Road, Water End, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL9 7TT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37414) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brookmans Park (0.8 miles), Welham Green (1.1 miles), Potters Bar (2.4 miles)

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North Mymms Social Club, Welham Green (0.7 miles), Hope and Anchor, North Mymms (0.7 miles), Sibthorpe Arms, North Mymms (0.8 miles), Brookmans, Brookmans Park (0.8 miles), Strafford Arms, Potters Bar (1.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of Woodman, Hatfield

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Lovely to find a pub open at 11:40am on a Sunday morning. We fully expected to have to wait for 20 minutes.

A promise on the outside of good food and real ale - a touch disappointed to find the only real ales on were Greene King IPA and Abbotts. Still, it was a continental lager sort of day and the San Miguel hit the spot in their outside garden.

Still see the ghost of the Old Maypole next door. Now a private house.
Mappiman - 22 Jul 2019 19:25
I went here on a Friday night and had one of the worst pints I've had in my life. A rancid and chemical pint of Belhaven's Gold served by a sullen and miserable-looking Eastern European girl. I felt quite ill afterwards - and I only had a couple of mouthfulls. I'm told the food is OK but how a pub can serve beer that is so utterly nauseating and stay in buisness is beyond me. I didn't bother with the alternative, GK IPA.
Number11 - 7 Jun 2015 00:24
Whilst studying at what was Hatfield Poly back in the late 70’s a drive from the halls of residence out to the Woodman and the now sadly closed Old Maypole on the North Mimms road was frequently preferred to a Sunday afternoon spent in the computer lab trying to get some coursework done.
So when re-visiting the old stomping ground last week it was great to find the Woodman still functioning and seemingly doing OK.
Still essentially a traditional two bar pub of some character, either side of a large stone double sided fireplace the lounge side to the right seems to have been extended from my remembrances and now supports a larger dining area with carvery. The public side is still small and cosy but now with large flat screen tele on the opposite wall.
It’s a GK house and only IPA and Abbott are available on the ale front, but at least the IPA was in good nick. We also tried the carvery and it was very good. So I certainly will not hesitate to look up again when interested in something to eat.

Gann - 17 Apr 2015 15:10
On a short walk in Mymms Wood today, for lunch Charles recommended the Woodman Inn as he had stopped before. There was also almost next door the Old Maypole though he had heard that a for sale sign had been seen on it. We thought we'd better check, and found the Maypole was thoroughly boarded up, though the outside lights were all on. It was back to the Woodman for the Sunday Roast Plus at 9.95. The restaurant was busy, and we opted to sit in the small bar (a further big bar was available, though empty) to eat.

A generous helping of turkey, beef, or pork together with a Yorkshire pudding, and a choice of up to six vegetables made for a very good lunch. That together with an enjoyable pint of Abbot Ale in very fair condition meant that we left for the 2 miles or so return walk to South Mimms feeling more than just 'well-restored'.
zorrodp - 7 Feb 2010 18:22

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