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Traditional restaurants in High Wycombe

Pink & Lily

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.1 miles Pink Road Parslows Hillock HP27 0RJ

The Pink & Lily has recently been refurbished and is now under new ownership. Steve Worrall is committed to delivering fabulous, locally sourced, seasonal food prepared by accomplished chefs. He is also keen to keep the pub traditional - good news for locals and visitors alike, who enjoy relaxing in the lush country garden sippi...

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The Golden Ball

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.1 miles 2 Golden Ball Lane Pinkleys Green SL6 6NW

The Golden Ball is a handsome 16th-Century building in a pleasant setting close to Cookham and Maidenhead. This cosy family-run establishment is blessed with an abundance of traditional charm - logs smoulder in the log burner and the original beams overhead add real character. The new owners recently refurbished The Golden Ball an...

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The Robin Hood

Traditional6.2 miles Furze Platt Road SL6 6PR

The Robin Hood is home to a delectable eating experience where foodies will find themselves in seventh heaven. The building has been renovated to a high standard and was re-opened in 2007, now seating up to 70 diners. Following a 'mini' refurbishment in 2009 there is now a much larger bar area for those who just want to have a pin...

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The Bull & Butcher

Traditional6.4 miles Holloway Lane Turville RG9 6QU

Turville’s Bull & Butcher is a wonderful Chilterns secret – from its location in the shadow of Cobstone Windmill, which famously featured in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, this pub whips the freshest produce into generous rustic portions, delighting locals and visiting ramblers alike. We crossed the expansive garden, and were de...

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The Rising Sun

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.4 miles High Street SL6 5LT

The village of Hurley dates back to 700AD and is the place to come for a dose of olde-worlde charm. The Rising Sun was built in 1830 and is a popular haunt for walkers, boating people and locals alike; its close proximity to a caravan site (one of the top five in the UK) also makes it a convenient spot for tourists. While sunny da...

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The Stag & Huntsman Inn

Traditional6.5 miles Hambleden RG9 6RP

Central to the allure of the 650-acre Culden Faw estate, The Stag & Huntsman Inn has undergone loving restoration under the keen eye of British-heritage architect Ptolemy Dean. Maintaining its olde-worlde charm to fit in with the rest of this charming little town, the inn presents a slice of quaint English life amid the rollin...

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Ye Olde Dog & Badger

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.6 miles Ferry Lane SL7 2HE

Surrounded by beautiful countryside, near the River Thames, is Ye Olde Dog & Badger. This recently refurbished, cosy bar and restaurant serves delicious home-cooked fare the whole family will enjoy. The 14th-Century inn promises a warm welcome; with chatty staff, a relaxed atmosphere and charmingly mismatched furniture, it's a h...

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Red Lyon

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.7 miles Henley Road Hurley SL6 5LH

The Red Lyon is a privately owned dining pub, benefitting from a chef-owner who has years of experience producing both traditional and modern British cuisine. Local sourcing is a priority at the Red Lyon and you can be assured the food is not only top quality, but also affordable. Expect game from the local woods, trout from nearby ...

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The Waggon & Horses

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.8 miles 112 Pinkneys Road Pinkneys Green SL6 5DN

Just outside the centre of Maidenhead in the rural village of Pinkneys Green sits The Waggon & Horses. Landlord Daniel's family have made this cosy pub their home for the last 12 years, so you are sure to receive the warmest of welcomes in this cheery establishment. Sitting in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near Nationa...

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The Kings Eating House

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7 miles The Kings Hotel Oxford Road HP14 3TA

Originally a 17th-Century coaching Inn, The Kings Eating House, located in an idyllic village setting, is the go-to place for those from Stokenchurch and beyond to eat, drink and be merry. The restaurant is the jewel in The Kings Hotel's crown, with comfortable wing chairs, sofas and a snug area where customers are made to feel welc...

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Black Boys Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.1 miles Henley Road SL6 5NQ

This refurbished 16th-century inn and restaurant is nestled down a peaceful lane, only a short drive from Henley and Marlow in the lush Berkshire countryside. Its rural setting means that the pub benefits from stunning views across the Chiltern Valley, which can be enjoyed from the beautiful garden. This idyllic setting can also be ...

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The Hand & Flowers

Traditional7.5 miles 15 Queen Street SL6 1NB

The recently renovated Hand & Flowers is a traditional and cosy pub situated in the heart of Maidenhead. It boasts a loyal following, who return often for the consistently excellent food offering. The menu comprises traditional pub grub mixed with European classics, all of which are prepared using fresh, locally...

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The Red Lion

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.5 miles 101 High Street Burnham SL1 7JZ

Set on Burnham's bustling High Street, The Red Lion is an inviting pub that embraces family values and exceptional food. The building has recently undergone a refurbishment, ensuring you'll find the perfect setting whatever the occasion. The main pub is a friendly, relaxed place to be, and there's a separate dining area for those wa...

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Dew Drop Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.7 miles Honey Lane Hurley SL6 6RB

The Dew Drop Inn is a charming venue in a rural location. Adorned with horse brasses and quaint antiques, it is replete with character. A true country pub, it has a long history dating from around the 1600s, and was reputedly inhabited by Dick Turpin. Nowadays parking space is ample and there is plenty of outside seating for alfresco...

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The Plough at Cadsden

Traditional7.8 miles Cadsden Road HP27 0NB

Nestled in the woods at the bottom of the Chilterns escarpment, The Plough is a mecca for casual walkers as well as more serious hikers tackling the 85-mile-long Ridgeway Path, which cuts right through the garden. It also boasts an extensive dining area, which is well worth the journey. The pub gained fame a few years ago when the...

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