The Holly Bush


The Hollybush and Jordans Weeke were linked in 1611. It was possibly called Le Talbot in in 1669. Owned in 1595 by John Plummer. A hop garden was part of the inn in 1758. John Hopcroft was here in 1851. It is still a popular pub.

The Hollybush is a welcoming, traditional Public House serving a wide range of beers, wines and spirits including a number of real ales. Guest beers are often available along with regular favourites. There is a car park and beer garden at the rear where you will also find The Old School Room where the Holly Bush Folk Club met. (See Redbourn Folk Club)


Morris dancers at The Holly Bush 18 May 2006



See also: Church End, Public Houses, Bygone Public Houses Of Redbourn, Redbourn Common, Redbourn Floods, Redbourn Folk Club

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