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The Five Bells Hotel, Aylesbury

40 Main Street
Weston Turville
Postal town: Aylesbury
HP22 5RW

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Inn Keepers Lodge (Mitchells & Butlers)

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E TA left this review about The Five Bells Hotel

A Vintage Inns roadside inn which offers B&B. There is a small paved garden by the entrance from the road. The pub is entered from the fag butt and litter-strewn car park through a side door which has been contrived to look like a chain restaurant reception area. There is a small, slightly cramped bar sitting between 2 restaurant areas, where bar snacks and pizzas can be bought by those not wishing to use the full restaurant facilities. There was a rather naff wine list and a better gin list, plus four ales on draft: Doombar, Brakspears Gold and Bitter Speckled Hen, none that well kept. The staff weren't that welcoming, and we found the majority of the clientele boorish and annoying. I might use the B&B if passing, but I don't see this as a destination of choice.

On 8th August 2016 - rating: 5
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Paul Gilchrist left this review about The Five Bells Hotel

The Five Bells is well known in Aylesbury and across Buckinghamshire as a fine country pub. We are situated in the beautiful village of Weston Turville. There is always a warm welcome with roaring log fires, freshly prepared food, a good selection of real ales and a wine menu for you to choose from.

On 22nd July 2009 - no rating submitted
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