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Red Lion, Penn - pub details

Address: Elm Road, Penn, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP10 8LB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33212) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations High Wycombe (2.6 miles), Beaconsfield (2.7 miles), Bourne End (4.3 miles)

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Now under new management and considerably improved from my last visit. Rebellion IPA and Timothy Taylor Landlord on handpump. Food available again (though I didn't eat there). Few customers, though, while I was there (but 6.30 pm Friday is possibly not a good time to judge).
John_R - 28 Jul 2019 14:08
Visited Saturday about 1.30 pm. Pub empty when I arrived (another customer came later). Kitchen closed. Only 1 real ale. Just one (uninterested) person serving. Pub website has disappeared.
Seems the owners are selling up. I fear for the future of this once very good pub.
John_R - 13 Aug 2018 13:44
Busy on a Wednesday night and the influence of The Royal Standard crowd can be seen with the dark wooden interior, low lighting and eclectic furniture. The Chiltern Brewery Pure Gold was in great nick and the 18th century cartoons and lazy pub cat were further nice touches. Seeing Lowenbrau on tap gave the evening a surreal 'moment-in-time-from-the-80s (or 90s)' feel.
Komakino - 3 Apr 2014 14:09
I think this pub may have changed hands again earlier this year. It's now run by the same people as the nearby Royal Standard of England. But it is still fairly quiet and failed to hit the mark. Sunday lunch was fairly average and drinks were expensive. Two real ales are served - Chiltern Ale from the Chiltern brewery and Penn Village Ale, which I believe is made for them by Rebellion. The highlight was Bridge Farm Traditional Farmhouse cider from the fridge. Lovely location overlooking the village pond. But fails to make the most of it.
blue_scrumpy - 17 Dec 2012 13:49
Pub changed hands a few weeks back and there's apparently been a significant uplift in business. The place has been very quiet for a good few years. Locals say the previous landlord wasn't too popular for a few reasons, but the new couple have seemingly regenerated the place quickly. Local ale Rebellion IPA accompanies Youngs Bitter (new) and London Pride. Nice to sit outside 'cos the front gets the early evening sun. Don't know about food... usual pub menu on offer for average prices.
Glenco - 30 May 2010 08:59

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