The Hollybush is one of Redbourn's hidden gems, often missed by casual visitors to Redbourn but much appreciated by those who know how to find it.
Church End is one of the prettiest streets in Redbourn and boasts no less than 11 Listed Buildings, including both St Mary’s Church and the Hollybush itself (AS FEATURED IN "VILLAGE OF THE YEAR" with Penelope Keith on Channel 4 in January 2018).
The Hollybush caters for locals and occasional visitors alike, with space for 20 cars to the rear of the building and you will always be assured of a warm welcome. Our home-cooked meals are proving to be very popular with locals and visitors alike and are served 7 days a week. Our ACCLAIMED SUNDAY LUNCHES are the highlight of the week - why not come and try one? However, it is best to book in advance to ensure we can cater for your needs.
As the only live music venue in the area, and offering a minimum of one live session every week of the year, there is always something going on - why not pop in and find out for yourself? Our lunchtime jazz sessions are very popular - every Wednesday and at least one Friday of every month.
Ours is a wonderful old building, with its' origins in the mid-16th Century. To the rear of the main building is The Old School Room, built in early Victorian times to support the provision of a basic education to children from the Work House opposite. Darts and Cribbage are now played here and this private space also acts as our Function Room. Here we host dinner parties, business meetings and social gatherings of all types for all ages.
The Hollybush is also located just a few hundred yards from the Nicky Line – a favourite track for walkers and cyclists alike. For more details, why not click here to view the content of the new PUB WALKS App which can be downloaded via your App Store.
With a comprehensive menu of traditional pub food including something for everyone, including vegetarians and those requiring Gluten Free options, a great selection of wines, beers and spirits and surrounded by history (incl. the remains of an Iron Age fort just down the road) you’ll not be disappointed when you visit.