Our Locals

Whether you fancy a pint, bite to eat, a spot of golf or even a sleepover, McMullen’s have a local to suit every occasion. Search by postcode, location or local name

  1. Lord Haig, Hertford, Hertfordshire

    A traditional pub delight in the town centre of Hertfordshire’s county town, the Lord Haig has been a McMullen house since 1920. An independently managed town centre pub with the warm welcome of a local, the Lord Haig...

  2. Lord Kitchener, New Barnet, Hertfordshire

    Formerly known as the Black Boy, this traditional pub has been with McMullen since 1897. A good old-fashioned pub on New Barnet High Street, the Lord Kitchener or ‘Kitch’ as it’s affectionately known to...

  3. Maltsters, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire

    Rebuilt in 1975, the Maltsters has been part of McMullen since 1898. Nestled near Cheshunt station, the Maltsters is almost impossible to stroll past without dropping in for an after work tipple. A traditional two-bar pub...

  4. Millstream, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

    This rural delight on Hitchin’s outskirts offers dining alfresco or, when the sun goes home, by roaring fires inside. Cosy nooks, crannies and private cubbies abound, making this a lovely spot in which to spend time...

  5. Millstream, Hertford, Hertfordshire

    Get away from town and join us on Hertford’s peaceful outskirts for highly recommended freshly prepared British pub fayre with a twist, locally crafted McMullen ales and fine wines. Sunday roasts a...

  6. Mops and Brooms, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire

    A McMullen pub since 1911. The Mops sits in splendid rural solitude on the north edge of Borehamwood on the way to Shenley, with magnificent views across Hertfordshire – so it’s a great place to get away...

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