There is nothing better than lazing away a sunny afternoon in a beautiful pub garden surrounded by family and friends. So, we have rounded up all the very best beer gardens to grab a drink (or two) in Buckinghamshire.
The Royal Oak, Bovingdon Green
In Bovingdon Green, just outside of Marlow, you will find the lovely Royal Oak pub. A hidden gem where you can enjoy a friendly and relaxed vibe with great food and attentive staff. Step outside into their shady terrace to enjoy a bite to eat from their local and seasonal menu, or try one of the locally brewed ales while basking in the sunshine. The pub is surrounded by 2 acres of well-kept gardens including outdoor Table Tennis, a herb garden and their beautiful tepee that you can rent out!
The Pointer, Brill
The award-winning country pub, The Pointer, is set in the pretty picturesque Buckinghamshire village, Brill. Step outside into their secluded beer garden and enjoy a G&T from their extensive gin list. The bartenders are always happy to whip up your favourite cocktail or give you a taste of something new! We are excited to hear the news that The Pointer’s beer garden is set to be expanded this summer, which provides more room for delicious food and drinks in the sunshine.
The Nags Head, Great Missenden
The Nags Head in Great Missenden boasts a large garden where you can enjoy dining ‘al fresco’ as well as your choice of drinks. With plenty of enchanting scenery, including the Chiltern Hills, this is a great place to relax and unwind this summer. Keep an eye out for their returning gin festival, which includes a variety of local gins and live music!
The Bull and Butcher, Turville
Nestled between the Chiltern Hills, in the quaint village of Turville, you will find The Bull and Butcher pub. After taking a stroll around the village which has been used several times as a filming location, most well known for Chitty Bang Bang and The Vicar of Dibley, stop by at The Bull and Butcher for a refreshing well-earned drink. Sit in the extensive beer garden and enjoy a locally brewed pint over a packet of open crisps. Take in the views that surround you and watch the passers by.
Royal Standard of England, Beaconsfield
Enjoy a lazy sunny afternoon in The Royal Standard of England, the oldest freehouse in England. Sitting on the outside of Beaconsfield, you can find this quintessentially British pub full to the brim of culture and history. Choose from a variety of fruity beers and cool ciders while you take in the buzzing life of the beer garden filled with families and friends.
And if the weather misbehaves but you still fancy a tiple, why not head to one of our fabulous breweries, vineyards or distilleries? Find out more here!