Six Bells, St. Albans

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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Along with its neighbour the Rose and Crown, the Six Bells looks a quintessentially Olde English public house. Happily, inside it still retains much of its charm, with low ceilings and a huge fireplace. Befitting a place which looks for all the world as if it's in the countryside (even if it's not really) there were plenty of walkers and dogs, along with a camaraderie of friendly locals - photos of a local Elvis night on a pinboard indicated a dedicated regular following. You'll also find a handful of real ales, a separate restaurant and a pleasant enough paved back garden. It doesn't quite tip over into four pint territory on our visit, but this is still a very good pub.
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16-18 St. Michaels Street, St. Albans, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4SH
01727 856945
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