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The Whip Inn, Lacey Green - pub details

Address: Pink Road, Lacey Green, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, HP27 0PG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31110) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Princes Risborough (1.7 miles), Saunderton (2 miles), Monks Risborough (2.4 miles)

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Sad news regarding the Whip. Landlord Nick is retiring and the pub is under new tenancy as of Wednesday 7 December 2016. I have been a customer there on an occasional basis for years and have always enjoyed the experience hugely. I wish Nick the very best for his retirement and hope he had many years of peace and quiet before him. Thanks, Nick, for all the beer and food! Lunch there today was a sad event.
motco - 5 Dec 2016 16:38
Sad news regarding the Whip. Landlord Nick is retiring and the pub is under new tenancy as of Wednesday 7 December 2016. I have been a customer there on an occasional basis for years and have always enjoyed the experience hugely. I wish Nick the very best for his retirement and hope he had many years of peace and quiet before him. Thanks, Nick, for all the beer and food! Lunch there today was a sad event.
motco - 5 Dec 2016 16:38
A great, unpretentious pub at a high point in the Chilterns. Six interesting real ales on tap met our gaze on entry including brews from Maldon and Saffron Walden outfits, the food was home made, of the pub grub variety and carried off well and the service friendly. The beer garden proved to be a perfect place for the two house Jack Russells to gambol.
BoehmBawerk - 29 Aug 2016 16:55
The Whip Inn was the best of 6 pubs I visited in the Chilterns today. It has a good range of ales and 4 ciders from Lilleys too. There are 2 main rooms - a bar area and a larger seating area at the rear that was being used by diners. The young bar staff were quite entertaining. Although the 'f' word was perhaps being used a bit too liberally by one. Ales were Malt Prestwood's Best, Stancill Barnsley Bitter, Slightly Foxed Brewing Company Slightly Foxed, Nottingham Rock Mild, Rebellion IPA & Burton Bridge Stairway To Heaven. Ciders were Cheeky Pig, Pear & Raspberry, Bittersweet & Gladiator. Chalkboards show the beers and ciders and I liked the idea of having the ales on display in third pint glasses high on the wall next to each ale on the blackboard. I've never seen it done this way before. I wasn't expecting to find a pub this good today. I'll probably make the effort to get back here one day.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Feb 2016 21:57
finally got to the whip inn this weekedn and i am amazed. it is a fantatic pub.

its perched up in the chilterns with great veiws, and on a quiet road.

the building is nice and traditional and the inside is nice and cosy and traditional as well.

the landlord and bar staff were absolute gentleman, the pub dogs were lovely and the locals very welcoming.

the beer is excpetional. 6 beers on the taps (at least 4 were local) and the next 6 were chalked up on the board ready to be put on the pumps.

didnt eat but food prices were reasonalble.

a spectacular pub.
CHELSEA_on_tour - 19 Jan 2015 13:11

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