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The Boot, Rickmansworth

The Green
Postal town: Rickmansworth

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Steve of N21 left this review about The Boot

The Boot is a Grade II listed 18th century freehouse located directly opposite the village green in the quaint Hertfordshire village of Sarratt.
Although, like the other pubs in the village, it has a bit of a focus on food, it does retain more of a traditional village pub feel that say the Cricketers up the road.
There is a cosy main bar area with horse-brasses adorning low beams and a large brick fireplace to the right of the main entrance which has real fire during winter months. Elsewhere the traditional pub interior has been retained but the areas have more of a contemporary sofa seating feel. Then to the back of the main bar there is a separate dining area which retains the traditional beams.
There is a small patio seating section to the front of the pub, which is separated from the main road by bushes and a couple of trees. And then outback there is a garden with a children’s play area. And the pub benefits from a large car park to the side.
This free house offers four Ales with a couple of regular changing local brewery option and on my visit Adnams Broadside, GK IPA were complemented by Buntingford Brewery Highwayman and Vale Brewery Helios and both the Highwayman and Helios were well kept pints.
Can’t comment on the food, but for a pint this was a very pleasant pub and I will certainly be travelling out this way on further summer evenings to utilise it.

On 12th August 2013 - rating: 7
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