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Waterend Barn, St. Albans

Two timber framed barns, one from Waterend and the other from Little Hormead, were moved to the centre of St. Albans in the twentieth century. They now form a bar and restaurant, run by Wetherspoon’s.

The larger barn dates from the seventeenth century. It is a timber-framed, aisled barn, relocated from Waterend in 1938. It has seven bays and originally had two midstreys. One midstrey leads through to the other barn and the other now houses a small balcony overlooking the barn interior. The large bar runs along one aisle of the barn while the rest of this very large barn provides seating for the diners.