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The Bee, Burnham - pub details

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Address: Britwell Rd, Burnham, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 8AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20077) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Burnham (1 mile), Taplow (1.4 miles), Maidenhead (3.3 miles)

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Made a return visit to this pub last week to see what if any changes had been made with the new owners. Beers on were Brakspears Bitter, Oxford Gold and a Guest Ale from Windsor & Eton Brewery. I must say the Bitter was Exceptional. But Oh dear what has happened to the Decor? The ceiling has been painted Dark Pink (Which makes the Pub very dark). Also all the comfy seating has been replaced by oversized Church pews, many of them just wood and no padding. Juke Box has Gone (although the 2 TVs are still there with one being tuned to a National Radio Station). Outside the once nice Patio Furniture and Umbrellas has been replaced by a collection of misfit furniture that only can be described as potential firewood as it is well past is usage date. Change for the Better - Not on this showing! Compared with my previous visits The Bee seems devoid of its usual Regulars indeed and Customers at all.
Bitter_Man - 22 Aug 2014 08:48
R.I.P The Bee as we knew it for the last 14 Years. A new Broom (Cavalier Inns) has swept in and lost al lot of regular dedicated Customers within a week. How, by putting the prices up.
5p on Bitter (£3:40p a Pint)
15p on Guinness (£3:80p a Pint)
25p on Stella (£3:90 a Pint)

Having Drunk there sing 1st April 1999 it will be sad to leave................. Onward & Upward plenty more Pubs in the Street AVOID.

Bitter_Man - 29 Apr 2014 23:48
After being at the helm of this pub for 12 Years the current Landlady (Lynn) is leaving on April 23rd. Lynn and her family will be missed by all her friends and Regulars. I wish the new people well but Lynn will be a tough act to follow. She leaves behind a loyal band of staff, who I'm sure will ensure some form of continuity. Lynn I wish you well for the future and thanks for the last 12 memorable years, we have had some good times!. See you on the other side of the Bar.
Bitter_Man - 17 Apr 2014 11:33
we booked a family meal for ten at 8pm on a saturday night they charged us fifty pounds to make the booking on arrival at our table we were told one of the starters was off and to top it off they only had one steak left as the table next to us had ordered three steaks. very bad management to take a booking for ten people and not be able to honour the menu, final note food we did choose was very average.
patandlyn - 2 May 2011 11:11
Always made to feel welcome by the staff. lynn the landlady always makes sure there is good music playing which gets everyone singing and creates a good atmosphere! locals seem very nice, never seen any trouble in there. amazing how much food you get for the money. the food specials is wlays changing which is nice to see. apprently quiz night is back on Thursday nights. must go and try sometime. Good place to have lunch and also can be a very good night at the weekends
smashing - 21 Jan 2011 16:29

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