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The Mayflower, Hazlemere - pub details


Address: 193 Penn Road, Hazlemere, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP15 7NE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5799) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations High Wycombe (2.5 miles), Beaconsfield (3.8 miles), Great Missenden (4.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of the Mayflower, Hazlemere

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Clean and bright. Large car park. Friendly staff. Good food.
Beers - Well kept Rebellion, Pride + Becks, Peronie and ciders

Definitley worth a visit.
This pub has been updated a lot with the only down side that prices have gone up, but 100% better that it used to be!
No fruit machine, dart board or pool table. But does have wifi!

Goldjack - 16 Jan 2012 13:04
This pub has changed hands since the last review and I understand run by locals. It's been refurbished inside and out and the green bus overcrowding the entrance has gone so you can see the spacious car park! The landlord and landlady are very friendly and welcoming. There is a bar area with flat screen TVs with loads of room with a separate restaurant with a small but well selected lunch menu and specials board (have yet to try evenings and Sunday lunchtimes). The dishes are freshly prepared and good quality. It's become a regular lunchtime haunt for our girl's lunch.

If you drive past this, it's time to stop and go in.
Lornac - 8 Jan 2011 09:06
Great Spingo Ale and Morris Dancing - awesome pub !
Gargamel - 1 Jan 2010 14:09
Called in on a cold November weekday lunchtime. There seems to be 2 rooms: a lounge and a bar. Both are similar. Despite being on a main road to the front and having an estate behind, inside it had a comfortable country feel to it; carpeted throughout, rustic style tables and chairs, a few prints on the walls.

There were about 14 people in the lounge and 2 in the bar. They were a mix of local workmen and pensioners out for a meal. The place is well-kept and seemed friendly enough.

A fair selection of beers, I took the Directors and was not disappointed.

There was one barmaid on duty and she seemed new at the job and thus a little slow but no real cause or complaint - doubtless she'll become quicker.

The meal, from a selection of baguettes and similar, was 5 and well worth it, apart from some extraneous crisps scattered around it that tasted poisonous. I wish they wouldn't do that; not everyone likes cabbage and mint sauce flavour but I'd recommend the food.

All in all, I had been hesitant going in at first as it didn't seem a place that would be up to much because of its position. Nevertheless, I was pleased I'd found a decent pub with good beer and food.

If you're passing, call in.
greybeard - 13 Dec 2006 00:44
Wouldn't go out of my way to visit, but if passing then a friendly welcome and not bad good awaits.
Malc_London - 7 May 2006 11:55

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