The Gate is a premium pub, bar, and restaurant that’s perfectly equipped to satisfy your appetite, no matter what the occasion.
Filled with stylish interiors that bring together elements of contemporary and traditional décor, you’ll be able to kick back, relax, and indulge in optimum comfort and style.
We are also able to accommodate your group dining requirements. So, whether you’re organising an impromptu lunch with colleagues, a special celebration with family and friends, or a unique social gathering, we’re always here to help.
We are also child friendly, so please feel free to bring your little ones along - they will love making their way through our dedicated children’s menu!
Located in the village of Chorleywood in Hertfordshire, The Gate is situated 20 miles from Charing Cross. Part of the London Commuter Belt, the village is well-connected with London as well as the surrounding area, making it easily accessible.
Chorleywood has its own tube station on the Metropolitan line. Situated in Zone 7, the stop lies between Chalfont and Latimer, and Rickmansworth. Alternatively, if you’re travelling by bus, the 336 route runs between High Wycombe and Watford via Chorleywood.
If you’re driving, the village is located at junction 18 of the M25 and A404.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
Join us and enjoy our magnificent interiors and a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining.
Within the village itself, Chorleywood Common is the perfect place to take in some fresh air and explore the beautiful natural surroundings. Bringing together wide open spaces and mixed woodland, this wild oasis is enjoyed by walkers, riders, and visitors of all ages. Of course, once you’ve built up a healthy appetite, The Gate will allow you to refresh and refuel in style and comfort.
Chorleywood House Estate is another great day out. The estate features a grand eighteenth century house as well as expansive grounds including ponds, a sunken garden, sculptures, and even an orchard.
For any Harry Potter fans, the Warner Brothers Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is close by. Once you’ve finished exploring the magical world, head to The Gate to reflect on your enchanting day over a delicious bite to eat or a refreshing drink.
Other attractions in the area include Bekonscot Model Village, Cassiobury Park, Chiltern Open Air Museum, and Black Park.