Buckinghamshire

Click the map for tourism ideas Buckinghamshire is a predominantly lowland agricultural county. To the South are the Chiltern Hills. Its most famous town is probably Milton Keynes but there are plenty of traditional English villages and market towns, some dating from the 11th century. Traces of prehistoric habitation have been found in Buckinghamshire.
Angel Inn

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47 Bicester Road, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire HP18 9EE. Tel: 01844 208268
16th Century coaching inn serving excellent food with fish specialities and cask ales.
Bell Inn
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The Green, Chearsley, Buckinghamshire HP18 0DJ. Tel: 01844 208077
Lovely little thatched inn with lots of plates on the walls, situated opposite the village green serving well kept cask ales with roaring log fires when in season, likeable locals and a lovely landlady - so she tells you !
Black Horse

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Windmill Road, Fulmer, Buckinghamshire SL3 6HD. Tel: 01753 663183
The Black Horse is renowned for its excellent home-cooked food. Dating back to 1610 in a very picturesque village serving good beers.
Blackwood Arms
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Common Lane, Littleworth Common, Buckinghamshire SL1 8PP. Tel: 01753 642169
Good traditional pub famous locally for the supply of real ales from all over the country. A converted cottage, a little difficult to find if you don't know the area - very close to Burnham Beeches. The Blackwood Arms has a large beer garden with a horses field at the bottom. No juke box or games machines.
Blue Flag
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Cadmore End, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP14 3PF. Tel: 01494 881183
Excellent hotel / restaurant with a great reputation for the food quality, particularly the fish dishes. The quality of the initial ingredients is so important that they get their fish from the areas that specialise, such as shellfish from Norfolk. They even have their own smokehouse for preparing salmon & trout. The Blue Flag has even been known to serve a good pint of ale or two !
Bottle & Glass
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Gibralter, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP17 8TY. Tel: 01643 748488
16th Century thatched inn close to the Chiltern Hills. Excellent food with seafood a speciality.
Bull And Butcher

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Turville, Henley-On-Thames, Buckinghamshire RG9 6QU. Tel: 01491 638283
Carrington Arms

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Cranfield Road, Moulsoe, Buckinghamshire MK16 0HB. Tel: 01908 218050
Chequers Inn

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Kiln Lane, Wooburn Common, Buckinghamshire HP10 0JQ. Tel: 01628 529575
Crooked Billet
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Bicester Road, Kingswood, Buckinghamshire HP18 0QJ. Tel: 01296 770239
Dating back to the 17th century and located on the A41 between Bicester and Aylesbury, the Crooked Billet is an attractive roadside inn which is believed to be haunted. Good food and traditional ales.
Crooked Billet

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2 Westbrook End, Newton Longville, Buckinghamshire MK17 0DF. Tel: 01908 373936
Excellent 19th Century thatched inn located in a quiet village just 2 miles from Bletchley Park. The Crooked Billet is no 'cheap pub grub' establishment but is well worth a visit. The food is outstanding but is bettered by an incredible choice of wines.
Crown Inn
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Witheridge Lane, Penn, Buckinghamshire HP10 8PN. Tel: 01494 812640
Wonderful creeper clad 17th century inn built by the Penn family, the landowners of the area. The multi roomed Crown is supposedly haunted possibly due to the fact that the inn was also formerly used by a coffin maker. The service is quality as is the food, the ales and the wines. Located on the ridge of the Chiltern Hundreds.
Dinton Hermit

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Water Lane, Ford, Buckinghamshire HP178XH. Tel: 01296 747473
Lovely 16th Century country inn serving good food and traditional ales. Named after John Bigg who became a hermit after being involved in the signing of the death warrant of Charles I.
Falcon Inn

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Village Road, Denham Village, Buckinghamshire UB9 5BE. Tel: 01895 832125
Five Arrows Hotel
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High Street, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire HP18 0JE. Tel: 01296 651727
Delightful Grade II listed building located on the A41 between Bicester and Aylesbury. Built in 1887 by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, the Five Arrows serves excellent food and traditional ales.
Green Dragon

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8 Churchway, Haddenham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP17 8AA. Tel: 01844 291403
Close to the border with Oxfordshire. The Green Dragon has an excellent reputation for food.
Green Man
Village Road, Denham, Buckinghamshire UB9 5BH. Tel: 01895 832760
Greyhound Inn
West Edge, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire OX6 0HA. Tel: 01869 277365
Tudor pub with 17th Century brickwork which serves a range of beers and specialises in Thai cooking. Located close to the A41 on the border to Oxfordshire.
Hit Or Miss
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, Penn Street, Buckinghamshire HP7 0PX. Tel: 01494 713109
Lovely country inn with it's own cricket pitch. Located on the A404 between Amersham and High Wycombe. Good range of traditional ales and fine food.
Kings Arms

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30 High Street, Amersham, Buckinghamshire HP7 0DJ. Tel: 01494 726333
15th-century half timbered coaching inn which is a delight to behold. The wattle and daub exterior and the imposing sense of history continues inside with timber beams, oak floors, and antique furniture - the perfect setting for a delightful cream tea or a pint of well served traditional ale straight from the cask.
Kings Head

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Kings Head Passage, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP20 2RW. Tel: 01296 718 812
Farmers Bar is part of the National Trust owned Kings Head, made up of a number of buildings surrounding a large courtyard which is believed to be the original Market Square. Dating back to 1455, Farmers Bar serves excellent quality real ales with good quality home cooked food and very friendly service.
Mole & Chicken

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Long Crendon, Easington Terrace, Buckinghamshire HP18 9EY. Tel: 01844 208387
19th Century former village store located close to the Oxfordshire border and less than 10 miles from Junction 7 of the M40. Excellent food and a good range of traditional ales.
Old Queens Head

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Hammersley Lane, Penn, Buckinghamshire HP10 8EY. Tel: 01494 813371
Red Lion
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Missenden Road, Great Kingshill, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP15 6EB. Tel: 01494 711262
A small brick and flint cottage which has built an excellent reputation for food. Fish a speciality with a touch of Spanish hospitality.
Red Lion
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9 High Street, Wendover, Buckinghamshire HP226DU. Tel: 01296 622266
17th Century coaching inn with low timbered ceilings and giant brick hearths. From 1830 there is record of a daily service to the Bull Inn at Holborn, London for the fare of ten shillings with a journey time of five hours.
Red Lion
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, Chenies, Buckinghamshire HP15 6EB. Tel: 01923 282722
Popular inn with a tiny four-table dining area serving good wholesome food including the 'Internationally Acclaimed Famous Original Chenies Lamb Pie'. The Red Lion also serves some good wines and excellent real ales.
Rising Sun Inn

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Little Hampden, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire HP16 9PS. Tel: 01494 488393
Hostelry dating back to 1750 situated in a picturesque part of England. An excellent menu is complimented by a selection of traditional ales. Located at the end of a country lane but well worth finding out.
Royal Oak

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Frieth Road, Bovingdon Green, Buckinghamshire SL7 2JF. Tel: 01628 488611
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Forty Green, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire HP9 1XT. Tel: 01494 673382
World renowned 900 year old inn and it's no wonder why. Real fires, a friendly welcome, excellent ales, great food, low beams and history packed ! King Charles hid in the inn while fleeing the Batlle of Worcester in 1651. Popular with locals and tourists which provides the inns' only minus point - a car park which looks like it belongs in a huge theme park. It is rumoured that it once rained there as well !
Swan Inn

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Village Road, Denham, Buckinghamshire UB9 5BH. Tel: 01895 832085
The Birch

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20 Newport Road, Woburn, Buckinghamshire MK17 9HX. Tel: 01525 290295
The Stag

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, Mentmore, Buckinghamshire LU7 0QF. Tel: 01296 668423
The Weatsheaf
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Main Street, Maids Moreton, Buckinghamshire MK18 1QR. Tel: 01531 815433
17th Century thatched inn located just outside the County town of Buckingham. Good choice of food and real ales.
Two Brewers
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St. Peter Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 1NQ. Tel: 01628 484140
Popular inn with lows beams, brassware and nautical pictures adorning the walls. Well kept ales, excellent food and fine wines are served in an interesting dining area. Located behind the high street of Marlow but only about 15 yards from the banks of the Thames.
Walnut Tree
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, Fawley, Buckinghamshire RG9 6JE. Tel: 01491 638360
With lovely views of the Chiltern Hills, the Walnut Tree sits high above Henley-on-Thames and boasts two walnut trees in a very pleasant garden that has rustic swings and an original hitching-post. The restaurant uses walnut furniture made from a tree felled on the site. The Walnut tree has a fine reputation for food.
White Hart

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30 High Street, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire SL9 9AQ. Tel: 01753 887725
Traditional 15th century pub serving home made food, contemporary beers and real ales. Very friendly local people, low beamed and very picturesque inside, great looking pub in the summer abundant in colour with its flower display. Roaring log fire in the winter. Known for its traditional 'Bubble & Squeak'on the home made menu.
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