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The Orange Tree, Baldock - pub details

Address: Norton Road, Baldock, Hertfordshire, SG7 5AW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25725) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Baldock (0.3 miles), Letchworth (1.9 miles), Arlesey (4.2 miles)

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My twelfth and last pub in Hertfordshire turned out to be an excellent way to finish the day. This is a Greene King pub in a residential area. There are two main rooms, with a large conservatory area, an outdoor drinking space and another side room. A 60th birthday party was taking place in the conservatory. Being a Greene King pub, it had Abbot, IPA & XX Mild. But there were also 3 ales from Buntingford - Fantashtic, Hurricane & Arachnophobeer, as well as Bristol Beef Factory Bow Street. The two real ciders were Arthur's Bone Dry & Apple Cottage Katy. Both were new ones for me. The former wasn't quite as dry as I was expecting. The latter was more of a medium with a slightly dry aftertaste. The Orange Tree was certainly busy and serves a wide range of people, including diners, drinkers, families and sports viewers. Worthy of a visit.
blue_scrumpy - 12 Nov 2018 21:54
Heard that a new landlord had taken over so thought that was as good a reason as any to see what the pub is like.

The pub is undergoing a minor refurb but the Lounge bar is quite welcoming with a fire going at the far end and a little music wafting around in the background.
Beers are the usual GK suspects and one guest ale. I stuck to the IPA which was in tip top nick.
Was quite busy on the Sunday I went in there with a nice buzz going on .
Didn't have anything to eat but I must say that the sunday lunch looks tremendous value and there were no shortage of takers during the time I was there.
All in all a pub to add to my (sadly short) list of pubs in the area worth a repeat visit.
DoctorFunk - 22 Nov 2010 12:43
popped in here Saturday afternoon after a country walk, good pint of IPA and a sambuca for the mrs. Nice pub.
podster - 8 Nov 2010 11:16
I had a nice pint or two in there recently. nice and relaxing .. not bad place at all
Ale_munkey - 16 Sep 2010 21:05
popped in here for a quick pint yesterday as I had an hour to kill in Baldock, was greeted with a friendly hello and a smile from the lady sitting outside with a coffee, who I presume was the landlady, the main bar to the right as you go in was set up for food so i went to the left, a small public bar, it was only just after eleven am so there where only a couple of locals sitting at the bar, it's a green king house so I ordered a pint of abbott and sat down to drink, I soon got chatting to the two local chaps and we were soon joined by the land lady and after about 5 mins I felt like it was my local, the abbott was in excellent condition and the locals were drinking the IPA so I expect that was okay also, I'd originally just popped in for a quick one but stayed for another as both the beer and the atmosphere were both very good, and if I lived locally would certainly return to try the food and a more lesurely beer
vinnnie - 24 Jul 2009 12:40

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