The Hit or Miss Inn is a charming, traditional 'olde worlde' English pub situated in the beautiful Chiltern village of Penn Street, near Amersham, Buckinghamshire. The unusual name is a cricketing term, inspired by the pubs own cricketing team who would play just opposite on Sunday afternoons.
Dating back to the 1700's, the pub is full of character and the old building is smothered with wisteria with all original features such as natural parquet flooring, large inglenook open fireplaces, leather sofas and original low ceiling beams, as well as the garden overlooking the cricket pitch, it really does match everyone's image of the traditional old English country pub.
As well as the building itself, there is another reason to visit The Hit or Miss; our fabulous food is served daily and we have been working hard over the past 12 years to produce high quality, great tasting food and b…
At the Nags Head we pride ourselves on providing a warm, welcoming and pleasant experience. With only five bedrooms we endevour to give the utmost service in order to make your visit an unforgettable one.
Flat screen TV's & DAB radio alarm clocks.
Tea/coffee making facilities.
Irons & Ironing boards.
Cots available upon request.
Complimentary Gilcrest & Soames toiletries.
Enjoy our award winning Anglo-French menu in our 15th century contemporary styled pub in Great Missenden. You can also enjoy dining "al fresco" in our large garden amongst the beautiful Chilterns near the river Misbourne and very close to Amersham and Beaconsfield. With plenty of enchanting scenery, it is a great place to relax and unwind.
Our bar is a great place to relax in front of the open fire place and in the summer months you can enjoy a drink or meal in our lo…
The Dog House Inn is situated in the small hamlet of Broughton crossing on the outskirts of Aylesbury. We are 1/4 mile from the Grand Union Canal and 1.5 miles from Aylesbury's waterside theatre. We are also ideally placed for RAF Halton and have a host of nearby golf courses.
Our pub is independently owned, so we have the ability of selecting some of the best locally sourced food and drink. This greatly helps us in providing excellent seasonal choices throughout our menus for our customers.
We offer accommodation ranging from a 4 poster room to a room with three single beds. All of the guest rooms offer the following:
Wi-Fi internet access.
Hot beverage tray with tea and coffee.
Ironing facilities on request.
Hair dryers on request.
Early morning call – needs to be arranged at the bar before 10pm.
Downstairs is a large restaurant and bar where we cater …
The Ivy House offers superb food, drink and accommodation located close to the village of Chalfont St Giles near the town of High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire.
There are five bedrooms available at the inn all of which are tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard. All of the guest rooms offer the following:
Flat screen TV.
Tea & coffee making facilities.
When booking a room you will also have breakfast in the morning where there is a range of food available.
Of course the pub also offers evening meals where locally sourced and homemade food is served and cooked fresh to order. Some of the main meals available include rolled pork belly, burger, chicken salad and chicken pie. There are a range of ales, lagers, ciders, wines, spirits and soft drinks to compliment your scrumptious meals. To see the full food and drinks menu ple…
The Bull and Butcher in Turville is a beautifully decorated inn that offers tasty and pretty food, a good atmosphere for a relaxing drink and is a fantastic party venue. We can cater for a small and intimate meal for a group get together or a wedding function in a marquee outside.
This pub is famous for its TV and film appearances. The Bull and Butcher was the pub featured in the television series 'The Vicar of Dibley' and in the film 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'. "Good Night Mr. Tom" was also filmed in the village as are many of the "Midsomer Murders" episodes.
We get very busy on sunny days, and we'd hate for you to be disappointed, so if you're planning a visit please contact us to book a table. We welcome walkers that have been exploring the Hambledon Valley and have a riding stable next door for anyone who is out riding and wants to stop off for a drink and some lunch.