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The Crown Inn, Twyford - pub details

Address: The Knob, Twyford, Buckinghamshire, MK18 4EG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38667) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.8/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of the Crown Inn, Twyford

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I have been in this pub several times and have always found this a delightful place to visit. Every time I visit this pub I am always impressed with the variation of real ales and love the way ale is poured straight from the barrel.

The rear room has recently undergone an overhaul losing its pink and purple walls and older chairs and replaced them with a more tasteful and good looking decor and some comfy wooden furntiture.

Homemade food available on a Tuesday night, I enjoyed cottage pie and veg on my last visit.

A lovely classic welcoming village pub.

RealDeal69 - 6 Feb 2014 20:50
Another great beer on my return to this lovely pub.Robinsons dizzy's dark side followed by portobello pale superb
Mordue - 15 Sep 2013 20:49
A lovely warm welcome on entering the pub. The bars have recently been refurbished to make 2 delightful rooms. Was very impressed with the real ales,firstly I had a Lancaster Amber followed by a Otter ale . The real ale changes after every barrel is finished which the locals seem to love,who by the way are so very friendly. Food is going to start up very soon now the restaurant area has been re-furbed and I for one will be giving it a go if the rest of pub, clientele and staff is anything to go by . Fantastic
Mordue - 25 Jun 2013 17:40
A good sized pub in the centre of the village with a few picnic benches out at the front, this seems to be very much a local’s boozer and in many ways had more the look of a members club about it than your traditional pub.

It’s divided in to two rooms, a long room across the front and a larger squarish room at the rear. The front bar had a brick fire-place at each end, one of which was in use burning a few logs. The friendly pub dog was curled up in a basket next to it. Decor wise it is fairly unremarkable, with green carpet on the floor, metal chairs with red velvet upholstery and a brick built bar counter. There were plenty of beams on the ceiling, but these were quite insubstantial and clearly more decorative than functional. The rear bar was a large open space that looked rather like a function room in a village hall and from the sound of it there was a football match showing.

Unfortunately despite the sign outside to the contrary, there was no food available, although the landlady did say I could buy something from the Chinese opposite and bring it back to eat. There must be food on some occasions however as a notice was advertising a forthcoming Italian night.

Although there were a couple of pumps on the bar, regrettably neither were in use. There were a number of beer mats in a frame on the wall suggesting that perhaps the lamentable lack of beer is not always the case. They did however have Thatcher’s Gold cider which was a bit of a result.
Blackthorn - 29 May 2013 23:14
This is a busy and friendly pub in a small village. St Austell Tribute was the real ale on offer when I was here last month. Food is available - ask at the bar. The pub also boast a very sweet Jack Russell who often keeps me company, even though I'm not really much of a doggy-person.
sloe_jane - 27 Jun 2009 11:26

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