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Pubs and Inns

Plough at Cadsden

Find us at: The Plough Cadsden Buckinghamshire HP27 0NB

Telephone 01844 343302 email Click for Form
Website: http://plough-at-cadsden.co.uk

Popular traditional English pub alongside The Ridgeway Ancient pathway nestling in a small hollow in the Chiltern hills. Famously the local of British Prime Ministers over many decades due to its proximity to Chequers their historic country seat.

Elegant and comfortable en-suite accommodation, with everything you need to get a great nights sleep  in comfortable surroundings.

Just a few rooms, so it is always best to book ahead to avoid disappointment.

The Lions of Bledlow

Address: The Lions of Bledlow, Church End, Bledlow, HP27 9PE
Telephone: 01844 343345

Traditional 16th century Free House positioned in the pretty village of Bledlow in the rolling Chiltern hills. The area is popular with walkers and ‘The Lions’ provides the perfect destination for lunch or dinner with a variety of real ales and good wholesome cooking.

The original low oak beams and large open fire make it a  frequent feature in Midsomer Murders and other TV series. There is also a spacious garden and further seating on the village green from where the steam train of the Chinnor/Prince Risborough private railway can be seen.

Printed menus are supplemented by meat & fish and vegetarian’Specials Boards’ which are varied regularly. The pub is CAMRA listed and features a range of real ales including Wadworth, Loddon, Tring and Burton Bridge, alongside ever-changing local brews.

There is also a separate dining room which is ideal for parties and private functions.

The Old Swan

Dating from the 16th century, this traditional rural free house, is situated in some of Buckinghamshire’s least spoilt countryside, between St Leonards and The Lee.
In winter it offers a warm and cosy bar and really good value restaurant where you can enjoy a pleasant lunchtime or evening. In the warm summer months the substantial gardens create a delightfully tranquil escape from the noise and haste of the modern life.
Opening Hours
Bar
Monday 6pm to 9pm
Tuesday 12pm to 3pm – 6pm to 11pm
Wednesday 12pm to 3pm – 6pm to 11pm
Thursday 12pm to 3pm – 6pm to 11pm
Friday 12pm to 3pm – 6pm to 11pm
Saturday 12pm to 11pm
Sunday 12pm to 7pm
Restaurant
Monday Restaurant Closed (Bar open)
Tuesday 12:30pm to 2:30pm – 7pm to 9pm
Wednesday 12:30pm to 2:30pm – 7pm to 9pm
Thursday 12:30pm to 2:30pm – 7pm to 9pm
Friday 12:30pm to 2:30pm – 7pm to 9pm
Saturday 12:30pm to 2:30pm – 7pm to 9pm
Sunday 12:30pm to 2:30pm
As one reviewer on Trip-advisor remarked: “This place is what an English country pub should be; quiet, pretty, well kept beer, excellent food, a beautiful garden and an absolute delight in the summer.”We couldn’t have put it better ourselves!
Website: Click Link

Telephone: 01494 837239

The Queens Head at Chesham

Within walking distance of Chesham town centre, this traditional town pub offers a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere and is extremely well-kept. The food is both English and Oriental (Thai) cuisine and is available in the bar at very reasonable prices.

The Queen’s Head, Church Street, Old Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1JD

Telephone 01494 778690
Website: http://queensheadchesham.co.uk

Ales are Fullers of Chiswick and occasionally offerings by newly acquired Gales. The standard of the beer’s condition is exceptional and unsurpassed by any other in South Buckinghamshire.

The pub is both busy and popular, but it is not usually difficult to find a quiet corner if you wish to. On warm days and evenings there is a small courtyard garden protected from the wind, which is a very pleasant discovery.

The staff are both attentive and polite and food arrives at the table within very acceptable times. There are bigger pubs in Buckinghamshire, there are many dearer places to eat, but there are few if any places that tick so many boxes.

The Queen’s Head, Church Street, Old Chesham, Buckinghamshire, HP5 1JD

Telephone 01494 778690
Email queenshead.chesham@fullers.co.uk

Opening Hours

Monday
12:00 – 23:00

Tuesday
12:00 – 23:00

Wednesday
12:00 – 23:00

Thursday
12:00 – 00:00

Friday
12:00 – 00:00

Saturday
11:00 – 00:00

Sunday
11:00 – 22:30