The George & Dragon is a stylish pub, bar, and restaurant that is perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your unique dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
Serving up a vast range of seasonal dishes, as well as a great selection of wines, ales, and lagers, it’s the perfect place to relax, indulge, and mingle in style and luxury.
A pub for people with great taste, we also offer a lovely outdoor space that’s ideal for dining in the sunshine during the warmer months. And, if you’re planning a celebratory meal with all the family, a catch up with friends, or a unique social gathering with cocktails and bar bites, you’ll be pleased to hear that we are also able to accommodate all of your group dining needs.
There’s plenty of car parking available on site and we are also a child friendly pub, so please feel free to bring your little ones along.
Located within the village of Mountnessing on the outskirts of Brentwood, Essex, The George & Dragon is well connected and easily accessible.
If you’re travelling by train, The George & Dragon is just a four minute drive from Ingatestone train station. Shenfield station is also close by.
The area is well-served by the M25, A12, and A127 – making it the perfect base for those exploring Essex and the Capital.
The George & Dragon is located in the village of Mountnessing in Brentwood, South Essex.
Brentwood is home to a number of Country Parks – offering the perfect spot for nature-lovers, walkers, and families alike to explore. There are also plenty of cycle routes in and around the area.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
For families, looking to embrace the fresh air, Thorndon Park is home to the famous Gruffalo Trail, whilst Old MacDonald’s Farm on the outskirts of the Brentwood will allow you to get up close and personal with a whole host of animals. And, once your little ones have worked up a healthy appetite, why not bring them along to The George & Dragon to refuel.
The 16th Century Ingastone Hall is well worth a visit. As well as having an interesting past, it’s also regularly used for performances and events. To experience another side to the area’s history, the Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker offers a fascinating insight into nuclear war and the Cold War.
Further afield in Southend-on-Sea, you’ll find plenty of family orientated attractions, water sports, and a sprawling sandy beach.