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The Greyhound, Aldbury - pub details

Address: 19 Stocks Road, Aldbury, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 5RT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12160) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Tring (1 mile), Berkhamsted (3.5 miles), Cheddington (4.9 miles)

Brewery: Hall and Woodhouse

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 21 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Valiant Trooper, Aldbury (0.1 miles), Pendley Manor Hotel, Tring (1.4 miles), Cow Roast Inn, Wigginton (1.4 miles), Bridgewater Arms Hotel, Berkhamsted (1.8 miles)


user reviews of the Greyhound, Aldbury

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A good discovery after a wander along the Ridgeway from Tring to Ivinghoe Beacon and back. Hall & Woodhouse ales were on and all of the choices, Badger and Fursty Ferret along them were in top condition. It’s a bit soullessly decorated out the back but we sat out the front on a warm bank holiday Saturday. Cars piled two abreast – and big ones – in front of the pub do no improve the view.
BoehmBawerk - 25 Aug 2019 08:13
very nice place, set in a beautifull village.

whilst most of the building has been put over to food, the bar area still has lots of charm, and on a sunny day if you can get a seat out front, your view of the village is just spectacular, especially with the dramatic chiltern hills backdrop.

pint of badger was very nice. didnt eat but food looked 'ok'. most dishes around the £14 - £15 mark, so a touch pricey too.

only gripe was the bar wouldnt accept card payment below £15, why???

CHELSEA_on_tour - 5 Aug 2013 15:30
Popped in only for a brief pint during a day's walk, but we quite liked the first impression we had of the place. Bar service was swift with an excellent beer choice and the pub interior was traditional and warm. The village setting has picture box cottages and a lovely little pond, One we hope to revisit.
BothamsAshes - 29 Apr 2013 15:18
A locals and drinkers pub, great atmosphere, very friendly, good range of real ales.
Randyray - 13 May 2011 17:18
The only thing good about the restaurant is the location. I felt like I was on a hectic conveyer belt. The food came out minutes after ordering it and was over seasoned. They served a vegetarian the wrong soup and it had bacon in it, they seemed unconcerned by this. The replacement soup came out luke warm. The drinks arrived 20mins after the dinner. We were sat opposite the busy toilets and cutlery drawer (they thought Sunday lunchtime was a good time to polish the cutlery for 20 mins, its surprising how loud the clanging of cutlery can be). We were served by 3 different young pretty waitresses and one fierce one (no male waiters). There was no toilet paper or soap in the toilets. The manager did come over and ask if everything was ok, which I replied fine as I didnt want to make the meal anymore unpleasant by complaining in front of the party. He must of overheard us all talking as at the end of the meal as he came over and in a very stern voice reprimanded us for not telling the truth about the meal when he had asked us, I felt like he was speaking to me as if I was a child. Disappointing experience will not be returning.
Louise111 - 28 Oct 2010 14:33

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