0.5 miles
53 High Street, Marlow, SL7 1BA

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Chequers was inducted into the Brakspear brewing and free holding family in 1893, but parts of the building date back to the 16th century, and evidence suggests that it has always served as a local pub. With such history behind the pub, it comes as little surprise that the Chequers is an establishment that boasts first-rate food, world-class drinks, and a host of returning visitors who readily sing its praises. The restaurant interior is a harmonious blend of old and new, with handsome, well-kept wooden wall panelling and fl ooring, and plush contemporary furnishings, all atmospherically lit by hanging pendant lights, ensuring visitors dine in a warm and inviting space that makes them feel instantly at home.

Aged Australian grass-fed beef is the order of the day here, though there’s plenty on offer for all manner of appetites. Diners select their cut and size from a choice of fillet, rib-eye, sirloin and rump steak, adding garnishes, sides and sauces according to taste. If you’re looking to go all out, you could strike for the 16oz Chateaubriand served with triple-cooked chips, vine tomatoes, rocket and a choice of sauce. Beyond beef, there’s an enticing range of à la carte dishes that showcase the best seasonal produce that the expert kitchen team can get its hands on. Start with barbecue ribs with crunchy slaw, or seared scallops with crushed peas, black pudding and pancetta. For mains, try steak and Guinness pie with creamy mash, fresh greens and rich gravy, or for a veggie option, take roasted vegetable tart with aubergine, courgette, fennel and tomato, pesto-dressed rocket and Parmesan salad. For afters, indulge in the likes of warm treacle tart with Cornish clotted cream, or vanilla crème brûlée with shortbread.

With a reputation for outstanding hospitality to uphold, a stay at one of the Chequers nine boutique rooms is sure to leave a lasting favourable impression. Each room is furnished with a luxurious double or twin bed, an en-suite bathroom, and a Nespresso coffee machine, and a night’s stay is completed with a freshly prepared English or Continental breakfast as standard when booked direct.

Opening Hours:
Food Served Times:
Mon:8am-10am, noon-9.30pm
Tues:8am-10am, noon-9.30pm
Weds:8am-10am, noon-9.30pm
Thurs:8am-10am, noon-9.30pm
Fri:8am-10am, noon-10pm
Sat:8am-11am, noon-10pm
Sun:8am-11am, noon-8.30pm