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The Inn at Woburn, Woburn - pub details

Address: George Street, Woburn, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK17 9PX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25578) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Aspley Guise (2.5 miles), Woburn Sands (2.8 miles), Bow Brickhill (3.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Inn at Woburn, Woburn

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not really a pub, but a good hotel, the bar is very smart but felt a bit un-comfortable getting to it through the reception. thought i was being wierd till i mentioned it to a friend and she said the same thing, that said the wine was very nice if not a tad of the expensive side.
lisareev - 23 Jun 2011 16:30
not really a pub but a hotel, that said lovely surroundings, nice atmos, very good choice of wine.
blackpanther - 17 May 2011 11:19
I reckon posh golfers and tourists must stay here, but I can't afford even to ask about the room-rates. The bar, though definitely hotel-style, lets you in without a tie and the drinks are at pub-prices. There are so-called snacks, some of which would feed a family of three for the best part of a day. The steak-baguettes rock. Sometimes the extractor-fan on the north side makes a racket, and the recorded pop music can be surprisingly un-hotelesque. However, there are deep chairs to sink into and framed cartoons about nearby Woburn Abbey on one wall. Good views of the village's tortuous (for traffic) crossroads, and sometimes of ersatz rustic Countrie Fayres and Olde Tyme Farmyard Markets on the paved and grassed areas nearby. The staff aren't your old-style craggy pub types but, rather, uniformed tourism-industry careerists, some of whom are not native English speakers. Omit the wisecracks and rhyming-slang when ordering. Coffee-machine makes enough noise to herald the apocalypse.
pauldanon - 10 Aug 2005 17:07

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