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The Bounty, Bourne End - pub details

Bounty

Address: Cockmarsh, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5RG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5843) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bourne End (0.3 miles), Cookham (1.5 miles), Marlow (2.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 183 users)
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looked more like a tea room from the outside and a den on the inside. friendly and nice enough place though and the Grumpy Cow was a decent enough pint.
Snarling_Mallard - 13 Sep 2017 18:06
A fantastic location right next to the river. Very idiosyncratic place. Was here on a lovely day so sat outside in spacious garden. Rebellion Mutiny was excellent.

However - When asking for 2 Mutinys and a Grumpy Cow, I was served 3 Cows. Got into a debate with the barman who then poured me the correct beers. However by this time another barman had appeared and put his oar in and virtually accused me of not paying for a beer. All sorted out eventually but so unneccessary. Not the first staff comment on here I see.

Food unspectacular - Double dolly Burger -£6.95 - was cheap and when it turned up I found out why. Food not wonderfully hot, burgers tasted like they were out of a frozen caterers pack, chips could well have been oven chips, salad perfunctory. Not good.

The Bounty is a nice place to drink but customer service and food could be so much better.
ramblethenlunch - 12 Jul 2013 12:34
Looking forward to a Sunday evening drink at The Bounty after a long and very pleasant riverside walk. Have enjoyed many a great lunchtime or evening of merriment since the days before the footbridage when Dave collected us in his boat, ringing the bell on the tree to alert Custmers waiting for the ferryman. The bar was fairly busy and calming down after an exceptional 2nd of October 'Indian summer' day. The bar youth thrust a sprite in my Wife's hand without glass, any ice? a shrugging no. If he has removed the gobstopper from his gob in any kind of greeting it might have been worth explaning but we walked out. I feel really really Sorry Dave - for you!
Stewart22 - 2 Oct 2011 21:19
Looking forward to a Sunday evening drink at The Bounty after a long and very pleasant riverside walk. Have enjoyed many a great lunchtime or evening of merriment since the days before the footbridage when Dave collected us in his boat, ringing the bell on the tree to alert Custmers waiting for the ferryman. The bar was fairly busy and calming down after an exceptional 2nd of October 'Indian summer' day. The bar youth thrust a sprite in my Wife's hand without glass, any ice? a shrugging no. If he has removed the gobstopper from his gob in any kind of greeting it might have been worth explaning but we walked out. I feel really really Sorry Dave - for you!
Stewart22 - 2 Oct 2011 21:18
Decent pub. Dave looks after his beers - usually three from Rebellion. Limited opening hours (weekends only) in winter.
tpfirt - 5 Jan 2011 20:59

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