THE STORY OF The King Harry

Steeped in history and a cornerstone of local community life since the 1800s, The King Harry gives a nostalgic nod to a bygone era, providing delightfully unique surroundings in which to kick back, relax and unwind. One of St Albans’ most established watering holes, it remains enduringly popular with local residents, workers and visitors, and is also dog-friendly.

With exposed beams, rustic wood panelling, cosy corners and an open fire for those chillier months, The King Harry elegantly blends the traditional and the contemporary, whilst outside its spacious beer garden is the perfect spot for al-fresco dining or a just a glass of something special on a sunny day.

Within easy reach of the M25 and M1 and conveniently located on one of the main routes into the heart of St Albans, The King Harry offers an ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment after a visit to the nearby Verulamium Museum and Park, St Albans cathedral, or a walk around the town’s historic centre.

Offering vibrancy and vintage character in equal measure, this esteemed St Albans pub holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.