The Green Man in Hurst is a fine example of a Traditional English Country pub. It was awarded its first license in the 1600's and have been serving thirsty travelling tradesmen and villagers ever since.

Parts of the building have survived from before the pub opened. The timbers were recycled from decommissioned ships that were built from trees from the Great Windsor Forest, which at the time included Hurst within its boundaries.

The tradesmen that would frequent the pub in the early years have all moved on but there is still a warm welcome and on cold days, roaring log fies. The bar is open all day for a relaxing place to sit with a pint of real ale and a copy of today's newspaper, a cold crisp glass of lager or with a glass of wine from our ever changing wine list. Dogs are welcomed in the bar too!

Our Kitchen proudly offers traditional British fare with a focus on seasonality. We use the finest ingredients sourced mostly from local suppliers and producers and freshly cook everything for lunch and dinner every day.

During those rare summer months, you are welcome to enjoy our extensive beer garden with a play area to keep the children entertained and plenty of space in the shade if the sun gets too hot!

Update

Due to the Coronavirus epidemic and the constantly evolving situation, we have taken the difficult decision to stop offering a takeaway service as the health and wellbeing of our customers and staff is our number one priority.

We thank you for your custom and we hope you all stay well during these difficult and trying times.

Howard & Jo