The Clifden Arms
The Clifden Arms public house is a timber framed building with brick noggin and thatched roof. The older part is medieval and the newer wing was added in the 17th century .
The pub’s current name is more recent, being derived from an 18th or 19th century Viscount Clifden who was the heir to the advowson of the parish of Worminghall.
Until about 12 years ago the pub had always been a Free House priding itself on good beer and quality food. It is now under new ownership and is once again trading as a Free House.