Mark, Claire and all the staff guarantee you a warm welcome to Naphill's oldest public house, dating back to the late 1700's. We are situated in the heart of the Chilterns and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is popular with both walkers
Although we are only a small pub we can promise you a big welcome, being a regular entry in the "CAMRA, Good Beer Guide" we can promise you some outstanding real ales in the pub, and if you're lucky enough to be in the area at the right time we hold two of the biggest beer festivals in the area. Just keep an eye on this website for upcoming dates!
We also serve food lunchtimes and evening, from Homemade Soups to Seasonal Game, and we are infamous for our Aberdeen Angus Stack Burgers. It's always advisable to book, especially for Sunday Lunch (Please note no food is served on Sunday evenings).
Unfortunately at the moment we do not have any rooms to let, but plans are in hand for the future. We will however happily recommend somewhere that you can stay in the surrounding area.
We are dog, muddy boot and children friendly. During the summer months you can sit in either of our two gardens and in the winter you may relax by the open fire.
The area is serviced by the 300 bus route from High Wycombe or Aylesbury, the route also has many other fantastic pubs and villages along the way.
So grab your walking boots or your mountain bikes and enjoy the area, if you're not feeling so energetic just bring your Mum and Dad out for the day, we'll be here to provide the much needed refreshments!
We look forward to meeting you soon.