The Cricketers Pub
See the menu at The Cricketers website.
Restaurant Opening Times 01582 620612
Mon - Thurs 12-3pm & 6pm-9pm
Fri & Sat 12-3pm & 6pm-10pm
See Marathon Run, Charity Night, Quiznight
Located on Redbourn Common, near the Lybury Lane junction and adjacent to Redbourn Museum.
Around 1864 James Smith, official rat-catcher to the Gorhambury estate, started to sell Beer. On being taken to court for opening an Inn without a licence he was then told by the Earl to apply. The licence was granted and the Three Horse Shoes was born. The name later became The Cricketers. Two adjoining cottages also became part of the inn.
The Cricketers is now run by Colin, Debbie & Andy and has undergone extensive refurbishment. On the inside there is a clever mix of old and new with the front bar having just been decorated with a traditional village pub feel and offers a great varied selection of tradtional ales, lagers and ciders. To the rear of the pub uncovers a newly developed 24 seat restaurant decorated in a contemporary style. The resident chef has created a diverse menu with something to suit everyone's taste and the food is complimented with an excellent extensive wine list all moderately priced.
Remember, Remember 5th November.
Meeting place of:
Phone: 01582 620612
See also: Three Mills And Two Rivers Walk
and Footpaths Around Redbourn Redbourn Village
Used for filming of Everything Must Go
19 October 2004 3.30pm to 6pm. the broadcast was 1pm Thursday 3 March 2005