For travellers or visitors looking to experience a little bit of a traditional flavour, Bushey has many old-fashioned pubs and restaurants to entice guests.
Located near the famous behind-the-scenes world of Harry Potter at Warden Studios, this old pub will remind you that life as a muggle is not so bad after all. There may be no elves or butterbeer, but this little pub is great.
Your food will not have been prepared by elves, and there’s no butter beer – but the menu includes ciders, real ales, and traditional food, such as roast dinners and juicy steaks that are served daily.
Battle Axes is a comfortable, family-friendly pub. This traditional pub is managed by Karen Legg, and she is assisted by her talented staff members. Guests can expect a hearty welcome. Its location is somewhat discreetly tucked away, away from the hustle and bustle of traffic. Food is served throughout the day, every day from noon.
This is another pub that has chosen to remain entrenched in the rich cultural history on which it stands. The White Horse welcomes travellers, locals, and basically anyone in need of a good drink or a bite to eat.
The venue also welcomes business functions, parties, and other occasions. With a history going back to the 1700s, visitors can be sure to get in touch with the area’s cultural roots over here.
This is a 17th-Century alehouse located in the area of Potters Crouch. The pub has recently been renovated, retaining its original fireplaces and other interior decorations. The old alehouse has seen generations of owners using the premises to promote the traditions of the town.
The Old Orchard
The Colne Valley Regional Park is known as the first real countryside located near the western parts of London. The Old Orchard is tucked away in this countryside, providing visitors with food and drink inspired by traditional recipes.
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