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The Charles Dickens, Beaconsfield - pub details

Charles Dickens
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Address: 35 Aylesbury End, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2JD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14307) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Beaconsfield (0.9 miles), Seer Green (1.4 miles), Gerrards Cross (3.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 25 users)
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Old White Swan, Beaconsfield (0.0 miles), Royal Saracens Head, Beaconsfield (0.1 miles), Greyhound Bar, Beaconsfield (0.2 miles), White Hart, Beaconsfield (0.2 miles), Hope and Champion, Beaconsfield (0.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Now called the Treehouse and could now be termed a typical Beaconsfield pub, i.e. a bit posh, slanted towards food to attract the 'right' sort of clientele. Nearly walked out as I couldn't see any handpumps, they are hidden from view. Actually they had a beer from the XT brewery and it was in very good condition. I've upped my rating for this pub.
Abteilung - 6 May 2012 12:22
[True to the last comment, Beerintheevening don't ever seem to update anything these days] But.. the Treehouse is a lovely re-invention of the 'pub' and very smart, they also have the lovely XT 4 on as a regular ale as well.
tpfirt - 1 Apr 2012 21:52
now more of a bar than a pub, and renamed "The Treehouse". Has a good well kept Real Ale on (Guardsman by Windsor and Eton) and a cask cider too, as well as a list of about 20 odd bottled beers of all varieties from all around the world. About 50 wines - 15 or so by the glass, and a list of "66 cocktails to try before you die" on top of what seemed like about 30 in the menu. Surprisingly they did a good coffee too.

Seems more geared towards women, with a salad heavy food menu, but very welcoming nonetheless.

All in all very good despite not being a good old fashioned pub anymore.
realpubfollower - 19 Apr 2011 07:30
Pub has recently changed hands, and is now owned by the same couple that have done a rather magnificent job at it's neighbour, The Swan. When I popped in on Sunday, the impact was immediate, as Summer Lightning (an all-time favourite) was on the middle pump, and in damn fine fettle as well!

The previously miserable Manager, Mooch seems to have a sudden spring in his step too, though it may take some time to get used to seeing him smiling! ;-)
bitterboy1970 - 19 May 2010 06:12
This place looks like a proper pub from the outside and inside it is a proper pub, furnished as a true pub should look.

Cost of drinks above average, but not over the top like the Saracens.

Not clean enough for you to want to eat here, but for us the best of a bad bunch in Beaconsfield.

Shame, because so much more could be made of this establishment and with the few customers we saw for a Saturday night this will be on the closure list. Potentially, this place could be a really nice pub because it has character.

A word to the pub owner/management - get a grip, give a friendlier service, clean up the general appearance inside and make the whole experience more welcoming.
davidfthorn - 25 Apr 2010 10:57

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