Pubs and Dining

Whether you are visiting friends in Braughing, out for a walk, cycling through or just want a nice pint, then there are three fine pubs to choose from. All are historic buildings, some dating back to the 1700s, with well-kept ales and good food. Due to the economic climate and the decline of the rural community, may pubs and ale houses closed. In 1900 Braughing had 12 inns and beer houses but a raft were closed in 1908 and again in the 1920's and Parish boundaries have altered since then. Here are just a few:-

Green End
Bell Inn – now post office (closed 1923)
Bird in Hand (closed 1923)
The Street
Boars Head – Beer House (closed 1923)
Church End
Rose and Crown (closed 1908)
Hay Street
Adam and Eve (closed 1976)
Dassels
Black Bull
Bozen Green
Cat and Fiddle

The Brown Bear is Braughing’s oldest surviving pub. In fact it is one of the oldest buildings in the village, and a Grade II listed building. Having been run down over a period of years it is now in the capable hands of Buntingford Brewery.

The Axe and Compasses
28 The Street, Braughing, Hertfordshire SG11 2QR
t: 01920 821610
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The Golden Fleece
20 Green End, Braughing, Hertfordshire SG11 2PG
t: 01920 823555
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The Brown Bear
The Street, Braughing, Hertfordshire SG11 2QR
t:01920 822157
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