skip nav  

The Royal Standard of England, Beaconsfield - pub details

Royal Standard of England
[image 2] [image 3] [image 4] [image 5] [image 6] [image 7] [image 8] [image 9] [image 10] [image 11] [image 12] [image 13] [image 14] [image 15] [image 16]

Address: Brindle Lane, Forty Green, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1XT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3122) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Beaconsfield (1.1 miles), Seer Green (2.9 miles), Bourne End (3.6 miles)

Pub facilities/features:

Are you the Licensee? Click here. ** SPECIAL Royal Summer Sizzler offer! **

> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 96 users)
> Log in to rate this pub or upload a picture of it.
> Post a comment > Mail a friend

other pubs nearby:

Red Lion, Knotty Green (0.6 miles), Stix Bar, Beaconsfield (0.9 miles), Crown Inn, Penn (1.1 miles), Papermill, High Wycombe (1.4 miles), Derehams Inn, Loudwater (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Royal Standard of England, Beaconsfield

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

5 most recent reviews of 81 shown - see all reviews

This claims to be the oldest pub in Britain, dating back to the 1100s. There is a small bar in the corner with a long lounge with a cantilever roof and loads of old timbers, some decorated with dried hops. There was a good choice of real ale and the lounge was reasonably comfortable.
boozers_knows - 8 Dec 2015 13:58
This pub is very much aimed at the tourist trade but the quality of the ale is not in dispute. Slightly overpriced but no more than you would expect. A visit here is an experience, may not be not to everyone's taste but one of those pubs we all should try at least once.
foamy - 22 May 2014 21:37
This pub seems to divide opinions so my experience as a first time user are :-

Visited on a Thursday Lunchtime. About 20 other folk in the place. Very "Olde Worlde" appearance - you can imagine what it's like without actually going there - beams, stone floors, black paint, etc.
Good range of ales and lagers - had Windsor & Eton Conqueror on tap so no further choice making needed for me.
An inexperienced East European lady serving thought that the S&K Pudding I ordered was a Sticky Toffee Pudding ! A little more training in food and English needed here.
Food was quite pricey but said S&K Pudding was very good so no moans there. One of the specials was Beef Wellington at £25 - that's something you don't see everyday.
Conqueror was £3.80 a pint - again a little pricey but I've paid more.

I found the RSOE to be what I expected - touristy, a bit pricey but a good atmosphere and well worth a visit.
ramblethenlunch - 7 Nov 2013 17:14
I enjoyed the 6 hours I spent here, however, I recently heard that the whole story surrounding the pub is a massive con.

It was bought by an Australian a few years ago, and it's all a big marketing ploy. The bloke sold up before it was exposed, and the new owners are forced to live this lie.

Despite claiming to have be a freehouse for 800 years, it was only granted a licence to serve alcohol from the late 19th century.
smplkd - 11 Apr 2013 10:42
The Royal Standard, located in possibly the most difficult to get to place in the whole of Britain is one of my favorite pubs ever.

If you want atmosphere, history, good drink, good food and somewhere to chat then this is the place for you. If you like to hide in a corner and relax with a pint and the paper or a book then this is the pub for you. I'm not going to lie, I feel that it is a pricey establishment, but not so when compared to the other pubs in the local area. This is Buckinghamshire, and if you can find The Standard then you may have just found the last homely house.
Asamai - 29 Jan 2013 00:15

see more reviews

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.