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The New Inn, Buckby Wharf - pub details

Address: 45 Watling Street, Buckby Wharf, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 7PW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26121) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Long Buckby (1.5 miles)

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White Horse, Daventry (1.2 miles), White Horse, Welton (1.6 miles), Old Kings Head, Long Buckby (1.7 miles), Peacock, Long Buckby (1.8 miles), Admiral Rodney, Long Buckby (1.9 miles)

user reviews of the New Inn, Buckby Wharf

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We were here two nights in a row whilst on a canal boat holiday. Four and then six of us had very enjoyable meals. The beer was good as were the other drinks. The portions were very large so we certainly didn't go hungry. The only complaint is that they ran out of several things on the menu - this was at 7pm on a Friday night. We'd definitely recommend this place.
davel_cats - 16 Apr 2015 16:04
Far better then the Watford Services, well worth leaving the M1 at junction 16 and a short trip up the A5 for a much more relaxing break by the canal side.
Well done to all the staff.

If we a ever up this far north again, we will call in.
Frank.lane - 23 Jul 2014 11:50
Quite a decent local and the canal memorabilia and skittles are nice touches. Ales were just fine if a little well travelled (Pedigree etc.) but it's s suitable stopping off point on a canal walk amid very unspoilt middle English countryside. A characterful tunnel takes you under the main road on the opposite side of the waterway.
BoehmBawerk - 2 Mar 2014 19:05
Pub noted as closed (October 2012).
boblarkin - 4 Oct 2012 23:02
Have visited this pub on a number of occassions and always found it to be friendly with a good selection of real ales and a great location. However, visited on the night of 30th December as part of a group of 6 boaters and we won't be rushing back. Last orders was called at 11 and the bar lady suddenly became the most aggressive and rude I've come across. By 10 past 11 she was offering to put our drinks, which were virtually finished, in plastic glasses to take away. No glasses had actually been cleared from the table all evening until this last crazy 20 minutes.
gsquared - 1 Jan 2012 19:15

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