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Pub and Bars in Lidlington

Greenman
High Street
Lidlington
Bedfordshire

MK43 0RN | View map
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The Greenman is a country pub with a difference, located on the high street in the middle of this picturesque the Village. The pub dates back in the 1600s when it was a centre of village life for a thriving community and surrounded by lush farm land and as still today a good community spirit !

The Greenman is a grade II Listed building with a thatched roof, incorporating the values of traditional pub hospitality with modern designs, but with a traditional feel with exposed beams and low ceilings, but also with a lounge / games room and a dinning room.

In the summer the large, spacious garden with a kids play area and a vast garden for the kids to explore. In winter, sit in front of the open fire as it crackles and spits, as friends relax over a glass of wine.

The menu is simple but up-to-the-minute with lots of comfort appeal, with homely things like steaks and pasta with some more global dishes to keep things lively, but also offering a great lunch time selection.

The atmosphere at The Greenman is relaxed, friendly and informal. The most important ingredient is the people that will look after you; you will love the warmth and hospitality. Families are welcome. One of the best pubs in the local area for food and company !

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