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The Old George, Stony Stratford - pub details

Address: 41 High Street, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK11 1AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28728) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wolverton (2 miles), Milton Keynes Central (3.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 17 users)
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In my opinion this is the best pub that we visited in stony stratford, the landlord, staff and customers were friendly; the pub is traditional with a nice feel. I indulged in a few pints of 'Hop Goes the Beagle', brewed by gun Dog Ales, and thought it was very nice.
alehippy - 18 Sep 2015 14:55
Nice old boozer with a friendly batman. Had a pint of oxford ale, very tasty. Would return.
TommyRogers1979 - 25 Aug 2014 22:01
friendly staff, decent pint, interesting building, poor overpriced food
E10 - 15 Nov 2013 17:05
An historic building in surprisingly toothsome Stony Stratford, this place had a real locals' feel with parties of all ages occupying the tables in the traditional interior. It's just across the way from the location where King Richard III stole away the princes to the tower but there was no such evidence of knavery on the occasion of our visit. Friendly service accompanied a range of ales one would expect from a freehouse.
BoehmBawerk - 28 Aug 2012 10:38
A pleasant traditional, old high street pub in the middle of village. Itís an L-shaped main bar furnished with green carpet and has an unusual conical brick-built chimney over the fireplace as well as a brick built bar. There is also an old bread oven built in to the wall as well as a selection of tables and chairs, fruit and quiz machines, an old cart wheel on the ceiling, a couple of large mirrors and a few pencilled drawings. Itís clearly a very old building, and there is a definite tilt and unevenness to some of the flooring upstairs as you go to the loos.

At the rear is a small room that looks to be more geared up for dining, and there is also a courtyard out the back. Food offering was a small selection of pub grub, with most of the main courses being around the £8 mark. There was also a specials board, although with this listing dishes such as a couple of curries, Chilli con carne and Gammon, Egg & Chips, I would suggest that the dishes on the regular menu were in fact more special. Landlady seemed friendly enough.

Beers on tap were Jennings Laughing Gravy, Ringwood Best and Wychwood Hobgoblin. The solitary cider was Strongbow, unfortunately.
Blackthorn - 17 Oct 2011 21:58

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