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The Victoria Inn, Milton Keynes - pub details

Address: Vicarage Rd, Bradwell Village, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK13 9AQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5110) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Milton Keynes Central (1.2 miles), Wolverton (1.4 miles), Bletchley (4.6 miles)

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A traditional, stone built pub in the centre of the old village. There are a few benches on a patio area at the front and on a recent visit there was also a “To Let” sign up. Hopefully this is not a sign of imminent closure.

Inside it’s quite traditional and perhaps a little dated. A public bar is off to the right with a pool table, darts board and a plasma stuck up on the wall, although this was not in use. The flooring is predominantly carpet with some tiling around the bar counter. The lounge off to the left is split in to two, one part down a couple of steps. Decor wise it’s fairly similar, with red, leather button back bench seating around the perimeter and tables and chairs elsewhere. There were a few old bits and pieces around such as a candlestick telephone, and old wooden radio and a chest of drawers. Another plasma was stuck up on the wall here although this was not in use either. Instead background music was provided courtesy of the digital juke box. There were a couple more fire-places, one of which had a few coals burning away. A table video game was an unusual feature. There were a few old boys who were presumably locals sat around chatting, and they struck me as friendly enough, as was the landlord.

Beers on tap were Adnams Southwold, Marstons EPA and Doom Bar. Ciders were Stowford Press and Strongbow.
Blackthorn - 8 Jan 2013 20:30
Nice place as always. Beer a bit cold for my liking, but other than that I can't complain.
jjsint - 11 Jun 2012 14:36
A great pub. On a recent trip to Milton Keynes, the Victoria Inn was our last hope in the search for a proper pub in an area where proper pubs are in short supply, and it did not disappoint!

The landlord and lady were very chatty and welcoming. They even went out of the way and made us some food outside of their serving hours.

They stock a nice range of 4 well sourced real local ales, it's always nice to try the local stuff when your away from home, and the Victoria Inn is well worth the 10 minute taxi from the centre of Milton Keynes to try some!

ijc29 - 16 Apr 2012 19:56
This was my pub of the day on my 10 pub Bucks crawl. It's a locals pub, with a friendly clientele and friendly staff. Ales included Concrete Cow Bulldozer, Hopping Mad Hopnotch & Vale Red Kite. I believe there were 2 other beers - 1 was possibly Wychwood Hobgoblin. Cider was Westons Vintage Organic. Music was on a little too loud when we entered. But it was later turned down to a more acceptable level. Live football on the TV was also showing. A couple of England flags and a Wales flag on the ceiling indicated that the pub is popular with sports fans. There is a fish tank in one corner and a large outdoor smoking area to the rear.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Oct 2011 22:17
A regular outlet for the local Concrete Cow brewery (in the industrial estate just the other side of the railway) whose beers are actually very good, the Victoria is a friendly and well run place. It's a proper pub so don't expect too many airs and graces. One of the best pubs in MK currently.
mklw - 17 May 2011 16:53

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