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The Chequers, Wareside

Cosy, old-school pub in a sleepy hamlet on the Hertfordshire Way if you like waking.

I would concur with the last poster - no way is this place cliquey or unfriendly. In fact, on my half-dozen or so visits over the last couple of years, I don't think there has been a single occasion where we haven't struck up a conversation with someone. The couple that run the place are really genial too.

Beer choice slightly limited for me, usually Buntingford Highwayman plus two nationals and a cider. Always well kept though, and food is very reasonably priced.

10 Mar 2014 11:10

The Whip Inn, Lacey Green

This place is one in the eye for all those who believe that pubs need to move with the times in order to be a success. No frills, just great beer and food in an unpretentious, old-school boozer.

On the way out we couldn't help but notice a beautifully kept vintage Mercedes Roadster which had just pulled up. It was only after we'd chatted to the owner for a few minutes that I realised he was Jay Kay. So there you go - Q.E.D.

1 Mar 2014 20:06

The Charles Dickens, Southwark

Why is this place not busier?

The interior is a bit spartan but there's always a good choice of ale, cheap food, SkySports, what's not to like?

8 Feb 2014 19:08

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