Now Taking Festive Bookings. We'd love to welcome you this Christmas & New Year at The Green Man

Now Taking Festive Bookings

We'd love to welcome you this Christmas & New Year
at The Green Man, with treats for the whole family to enjoy.

- Festive menus for any size tables in the restaurant -
- Four beautiful rooms for a more private celebration -
- Special 'Host A Roast' Sunday lunches to enjoy with the family -
- Christmas party menus, tailored to your requirements -
- 70s & 80s NYE celebrations -

Restaurant - Group Bookings:
1-12 guests: full à la carte & set menu available
12-20 guests: Reduced à la carte menu
21+ guests: Group menu - 3 courses £32

We are open throughout the Christmas period. Early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment. To book, call 01245 408 820 or email

Christmas Opening Hours

24 December: Open - Restaurant 12-6pm / Pub 11am-10.30pm
25 December: Open - Restaurant 12-6pm / Pub 11am-6pm
26 December: Open - Restaurant 12-6pm / Pub 11am-10.30pm
27 December - 31 December: Open as usual
1 January '18: Open - Restaurant 12-6pm / Pub 11am-10.30pm

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