The Oak, Aston Clinton - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12257) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating, Children allowed, Disabled access
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other pubs nearby:
Partridge, Aston Clinton (0.1 miles), Duck In, Aston Clinton (0.4 miles), Rothschild Arms, Aston Clinton (0.5 miles), Crows Nest, Tring Hill (1.7 miles), Five Bells, Aylesbury (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|This is without doubt the best pub in Aston Clinton.|
It serves spot on beer with a varying guest beer.
Very good value and quality food.
Has a great garden, with copious numbers of tables now.
Certainly for the ambience, welcome and general feel, it is head and shoulders above any others in the village.
Price wise it is not the cheapest pint, but it is the best.
pick_e_tippler - 20 Jun 2014 16:13
|Good pub with good food and good beer. There were 11 of us for lunch. We were well looked after|
aev - 18 Apr 2014 10:54
|Pleasant Fuller's boozer off the A41 drag through Aston Clinton. Two bars seem to separate the drinkers from the diners, so we naturally gravitated to the left upon entry. Service was attentive and the Chiswick Bitter and Front Row went down well. The old photos of Aylesbury and the poemed tribute to a former regular replete with photograph of the deceased were nice touchs...|
Komakino - 20 Feb 2014 12:30
|In here last Saturday early afternoon.|
I was the only customer in the drinking side but there were about half a dozen in the Restaurant side.
Loud piped music was playing and their large TV was switched off.
8 hand pulls 4 on each side with the usual Fullers offerings and one guest ale = Buttcombe Rare Breed.
I had a pint of Pride for £3.60 which was ok.
bjbrummiejohn - 14 Jan 2014 13:04
the building itslef is a joy to behold, lovely old thatched building. inside its all low cielings with beams and wood. the bar area as you enter is cosy and gets nice and busy, and their is another bar over at the resturant side for when it really fills up.
the garden is big and well kept, and will be a top spot for summer
the food is just immense. huge portions and delicious, one of the best pub kitches in the area.
CHELSEA_on_tour - 1 May 2013 08:54
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