skip nav  

Old Ship Inn, Cadmore End [Closed] - pub details


Old Ship Inn
[image 2]

Address: Marlow Road, Cadmore End, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14 3PN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32038) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Saunderton (4.1 miles)

> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
> Hotels nearby: Search
> Log in to rate this pub or upload a picture of it.
> Post a comment > Mail a friend

other pubs nearby:

Peacock, Bolter End (0.7 miles), Blue Flag, Cadmore End (0.7 miles), Chequers Inn, Fingest (1.1 miles), Chequers Inn, Wheeler End (1.2 miles), Prince Albert, Frieth (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of Old Ship Inn, Cadmore End

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

This pub is now closed. Such a shame, as it looks like a lovely little place.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jul 2018 19:48
This pub is currently "closed for refurbishment" - called in 2 days ago and no signs of life at all, so worth calling beforehand
cocktailmaker - 6 Sep 2010 14:48
At the third time of asking, after finding it shut twice before - Sunday opening hours not as listed in the Good Pub Guide - we finally managed to call in here last night, renewing an acquaintance of some 20 years ago when it was a Breakspear house...little has changed, because there is so little to change.Tiny pub with tiny L-shaped bar, but with two seperate areas to choose from. Welcoming landlord, quiet group of locals chatting at the bar. Two very decent real ales on, tapped from the cask in the cellar down three steps at the rear of the bar (no pumps at all on the bar, save for a cider tap almost hidden from view at the back end). Lots of pump clips from previous beer selections.Small, but tasty looking selection of food on a blackboard. Didn't eat this time, but the smells wafting from the kitchen four paces opposite the bar were tempting enough to want to make a return trip very soon. Ancient version of their pub sign standing in the no-longer used fireplace, which is massive given the size of the whole place.
A truly hidden gem. Parking in gravel layby on opposite side of road - look out for the boards at either end indicating that the pub lies below road level somewhere between the two.
Gristy - 21 Sep 2008 14:58
Peculiar little pub down a steep slope off the main road, quite small and pretty limited for space in the evening.

A couple of decent ales on (St Austell Tribute and Youngs Ordinary) which I enjoyed.

Not necessarily one to go out of the way for, but worth a small diversion if you’re traveling through that part of Buckinghamshire.
Quinno - 17 Feb 2008 23:59

got anything to say about this pub?

Please read our reviews policy before posting.
Only registered users can post reviews. Please log in. If you don't have an account yet, register here.