The Bell, Chearsley
The Bell is a traditional 450-year-old English country pub. A delightful family friendly pub, you're guaranteed a warm welcome, excellent home-cooked food and some great real ales, too.
The Cross Keys, Great Missenden
This wonderful 16th century pub in Great Missenden is the perfect example of a historic English alehouse - with low beamed ceilings, cosy corners and the constant flow of top-class ale.
The Ivy House, Chalfont St Giles
A beautiful flint and brick old English inn, The Ivy House is right in the heart of the Chiltern Vale and renowned for its excellent food, real ales and extensive wine list.
The Le De Spencer, High Wycombe
Nestled among forest, down a hidden track, one of High Wycombe's best kept secrets awaits. The Le De Spencers is a charming flint pub, oozing rustic charm with its open fire and original wood beams.
The Oak, Aston Clinton
A beautiful pub some 500 years old, The Oak wears its history on its sleeve - with original beams and an inglenook fireplace at the very heart of the place. The drinks list centres on tradition too, with good old hearty ales available at the pumps.
The Queen's Head, Old Chesham
A traditional ale house and restaurant at the heart of community events, The Queen's Head in Old Chesham is the epitome of a great country pub.
The Red Lion, Little Tingewick
A beautiful thatched stone pub in rural Buckinghamshire, with original farmhouse features and oak beams. The roaring fireplace offers a warm welcome to this quintessential English pub.
The Red Lion, Wendover
The Red Lion offers excellent real ales and warm hospitality, in a historic building. The Red Lion is the ideal pub and hotel for a weekend break or a family holiday