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Where to find us

Hare & Hounds

St. Albans
Peach

The Hare and Hounds have been on the  St Albans maps as a pub since 1650 making it one of the oldest pubs left standing in the city. They're proud of the Wines, Lagers, Ales, and Food on offer. All food is local and from sustainable sources whenever possible. Most importantly, dog and family friendly – baby changing facilities, children’s menu and a large south-facing family garden with climbing frame, so why not spend a lazy afternoon here enjoy the atmosphere and just... relax with a Lost Boys

Bishops Cave

St. Albans
Peach, Mango

After the overwhelming support and love received in Bishop's Stortford we decided to open up a second premise. They wanted to bring the same atmosphere and fun to the stunning St Albans branch in the hope the locals will love the cave concept. A historic setting should certainly help.


Boasting a cheese, wine, and beer shop, a wine bar, a beer den, a sophisticated wine hang out, a deli, a place to relax and to enjoy some amazing products with friends, The Bishops Cave is sure to impress.

Dylans, The Kings Arms

St Albans
Peach, Mango

Dylans re-opens The Kings Arms in St Albans after its closure more than 15 years ago. We are an independent Free House serving Craft Beer, Real Ales, Fine Wines & Good Food run by Andrew Knight and Sean Hughes.

Dylans, The Plough

St Albans
Peach, Mango

Sleapshyde is a quiet hamlet in St Albans, Hertfordshire, surrounded by stunning English Countryside. The primary alehouse dates back to 1690 and features wooden beams, which have recently been restored to their original state. Lime plastered walls, two fireplaces and low ceilings make The Plough a cosy and inviting pub, which is family and dog-friendly.

The Freehold has recently been purchased by Dylans, St Albans; a truly independent pub serving similar drinks to the city centre restaurant but with proper pub food. Head Chef Liam Goldstone creates his own seasonal menus which change regularly.

The Plough has a spacious garden with covered dining on the terrace, surrounded by fields and horses. The pub is just off the Alban Way: a 45-minute walk or 9-minute cycle from Hatfield and an hour’s walk or 20-minute cycle from St Albans City Centre.