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The Village Hall, Chalfont St Peter - pub details

Address: Goldhill West, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9 9HH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6635) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Gerrards Cross (1.2 miles), Seer Green (1.9 miles), Denham Golf Club (2.7 miles)

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5 most recent reviews of 16 shown - see all reviews

Now reverted to it's old name of "The Jolly Farmer", reopened as a gastro pub, but has a large bar area with 4 real ales,, which is separate to the restaurant with plenty of room to sit. Food in the restaurant is good but a bit on the pricey side.
Randyray - 9 Nov 2016 17:19
Due to open as a gastro pub part of Raymond Blanc's White Brasserie chain.
Randyray - 25 Aug 2016 21:08
A bit run down and tatty but the Rebellion beers have always been spot on. Still better than most pubs in C St Peter
addlened - 23 Apr 2013 11:39
It's a shame but this place is slowly going down hill, it is tired and drab, and in some places down right dirty, one of the urinals has been broken for weeks, there has been no effort to replace it, The management, who used to take a pride in it, seem to have lost interest. The beer and food are O.K. but the premises are not attractive or welcoming. It's a shame because it is a good location and could be brilliant, there are better pubs locally.
Randyray - 3 Apr 2012 16:26
I had a family reunion lunch last weekend at The Village Hall and have to commend the manager for her fabulous service.

She was friendly and accommodating. She was good fun without imposing on the group. She treated us with great courtesy - each member of the group. She was fab with the children and great with the adults. I wish I had taken her name so I could praise her publicly here.

She was training two new bar staff and you could see it was active coaching and direction. But that didn't take away from her attention on our group.

The lunch was to celebrate my birthday - a big one - and I needed somewhere that would cater for children as well as adults. We were 14 adults and 4 children, all coming from different areas throughout the south of England. I took the website at its word on the pub's ability to look after all.

Other reviewers mention inconsistencies - I can't comment other than to say a touch of maintenance might have the outside more closely matching the pictures on the web. The food was OK. But this all paled into insignificance by such great customer service we felt comfortable, we enjoyed all getting together again (for the first time in four years for some of us). The manageress even rearranged the furniture to allow us to take a group photo to commemorate the occasion.

In a most heartfelt way, I recommend this pub.

We didn't all arrive at the same time despite our reservation.
frankers - 7 Jun 2011 15:35

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