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The Crown, Aylesbury

Aylesbury Road
Postal town: Aylesbury
HP18 0BB

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Komakino . left this review about The Crown

Another thatched roofed Fuller's pub about a mile or so from The Bell at Chearsley, which is the sole remaining pub in this small village, outlasting The Red Lion, Seven Stars and White Swan, all nearby. Low ceilinged, with exposed beams and a quarry-tiled floor, there are two, large exposed fireplaces either side of the entrance-facing bar with standard grates and there's a smattering of exposed stone (the rest of the walls and ceiling being rendered. A narrow dining area is located to the left and ahead beyond the bar and stretches behind the bar itself. Three ales - London Pride, Seafarers Ale and Spring Sprinter - the latter of which was very good, albeit £4.20 for a pint. Gastro with a small "g" as the bar area is just that and there was no "is there anything else" after ordering my beer. A couple of plummy-voiced locals were in attendance during my visit, including a pink-trousered chap. Nice.

On 21st May 2018 - rating: 6
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john mcgraw left this review about The Crown

Very comfortable and welcoming village pub.very friendly staff who make you feel at home.First class Fullers beers on offer.Well worth a visit.

On 26th June 2008 - rating: 10
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