Resting HareWoburn Walk
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In the same stable as the nearby Euston Tap, the premises form a part of the County Hotel although there is no direct access from one to the other. The fittings (especially the lights but also windows and wood panelling) reflect that of the hotel and one assumes many were in place before the conversion. One large room with the semi-circular metal-topped bar at the far end and plenty of seating in between in the form of booths and high tables. The large front terrace is bound to be popular in nice weather. Four handpumps deliver a changing range beers (on this visit it was Redemption Big Chief, Moor Raw, Oakham JHB and Portobello Porter) plus around 10 keg taps. Only opening weekdays, should change in the New Year. Note the toilets are downstairs. The reason for the name is well explained on their website.