The Eight Bells

Come in and enjoy our charming pub where you will find a warm welcome every day from our friendly staff.

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A bit about us

Come in and enjoy our charming pub where you will find a warm welcome every day from our friendly staff. Our extensive seasonal menu, freshly prepared by our chefs, is available throughout the day. With our local ales, well chosen wine list and substantial gin menu, you are guaranteed to enjoy a delightful lunch or dinner here. Our doors are open to everyone including children and well-behaved dogs.

The Eight Bells has seen many changes over the years, yet still retains the charm and character of a village pub. Originally licensed in 1607 and called The Five Bells, in keeping at that time with the number of bells in the church tower, its name was changed to The Eight Bells in 1771 with the addition of three more bells in the Church! Located in the quintessentially English village of Long Crendon, The Eight Bells sits in the Vale of Aylesbury. The village is host to the medieval Long Crendon Courthouse, owned by the National Trust, with many other attractions nearby such as Waddesdon Manor. Its picturesque cottages and period architecture made Long Crendon a favourite location for the popular Midsomers Murders television programme.

We are committed to operating in as sustainable and responsible a way as possible, consciously placing the welfare of our customers, staff, communities & the environment at the forefront of everything we do.

Whilst we know there is still a long way to go, we have made a mindful start and are proud of what we have already achieved.  You can find more details about this on our website in the section: Being Mindful.


  • The Eight Bells
  • 51 High Street
  • Long Crendon
  • Buckinghamshire
  • HP18 9AL

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  • Parking available
  • Children welcome
  • TV provided
  • Wifi available
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Bar
  • Dogs by arrangement
  • WC

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