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. Cock O' the North, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

    A McMullen house since 1936. The name is of unknown origin – and since the building's deeds bear a covenant from 1936 demanding that the Cock O’ the North ‘be not built as an asylum’ there is...

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  2. Coopers Arms, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

    This building of Special & Historical Interest set in the historic and delightful Tilehouse Street has been a McMullen house since 1887. Just a moment’s stroll from the bustling town centre, the Cooper’s...

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  3. Cowper Arms, Digswell, Hertfordshire

    Nestled in the heart of Digswell, near the station, Burnham Green and Welwyn, this traditional village pub offers hearty British eats, locally sourced meat cuts and a daily changing selection of dishes from around the world...

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  4. Cricketers, Woodford Green, Essex

    Nestled just outside the town, near the town green, Woodford’s hidden gem has been part of the McMullen family of inns since 1898 Sit inside and watch all the major sporting events on Sky or relax outside and...

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  5. Cricketers, Enfield, Middlesex

    A London Village pub that’s been a McMullen house since 1919. Tucked just off the main road, look out for the quirky cricketer sign and you’ll have found the glorious, uniquely designed Cricketers...

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  6. Crocodile, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire

    McMullen since we do not know when – but we think possibly that it was previously called the Pheasant. We do know, however that it was rebuilt in 1976! The Crocodile is a truly British pub and favourite with the local...

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