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The White Horse, Leighton Buzzard - pub details

White Horse

Address: 9 New Road, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, LU7 7LS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6508) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Leighton Buzzard (0.2 miles), Cheddington (4.4 miles)

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A great little pub walking distance from the Grand Union canal and Leighton Buzzard station for a pre-London jar or two, lovely little courtyard garden and totally stripped back and no fuss decor. The juke box has some real gems on it and the ale is well kept by the landlord who seems to take real pride in his beer quality.
ironside33 - 7 Jul 2011 11:05
Your basic no frills town pub with five ales on. Had a reasonable pint of Cottage Silver Arrow. Friendly enough traditional boozer.
anonymous - 11 Jul 2010 22:39
Traditional small town centre pub with a central bar ,this place is well used by locals and folk attracted by the range of beers.London Pride and GK IPA are always stocked together with up to 3 guest ales.On our visit there was Spitfire,Chesnut (Burton Old Cottage brewery) and Huck-me-Buck (Tring brewery) .The changing range may cause confusion behind the bar because when enquiring about what beer style Huck me Buck was,we were told it was a light ale when infact it came out tawny ,pleasing none the less.Spitfire was good ,but the London Pride was odd.Now I have been quaffing London Pride for more years than I care to mention and so have my colleagues and although what came out of the London Pride pump was quaffable,it wasnt Pride.By now Black Sheep had replaced the Spitfire and lo and behold it didnt look or taste like Black Sheep either.My guess is that there had been barrel confusion in the cellar,or the wrong pump clip attached to the hand pumps.Nothing malicious and the ale quality was good and very reasonably priced but its the sort of issue that need sorting out.However still the best pub in Linslade.
Bucking_Fastard - 12 Oct 2009 10:03
Good pub, nice range of local ales, beer mats pinned to the wall and a 'classic' English feel to it. Particularly enjoyed the Tring ales, though I was not really in the mood for a session when I went in. Even the nuts were cheaper than expected in these days of ever spiralling nut and Kettle Chip prices (has anyone ever bought Kettle Chips outside of a pub?). I like these computerised Juke Boxes where thousands of tracks are playable. Bar staff were friendly and inquisitive as to what two weary cowboys were doing in the border town of Leighton Buzzard. Without expresing anything approaching an interest, I was spontaneously offered a room for the night at what I was assured was a competitive rate. I demurred on the basis that I only live 15 miles away, but, if I didn't, I expect it would have been rather pleasant to stay above this pub.

BitterShurn - 1 Jun 2009 18:17
A basic, no-nonsense backstreet pub, handily placed for the railway station if you're legs are weary from a long walk. Five ales on the pumps - we sampled Jack O'Legs from the Tring brewery - a copper coloured, fruity ale and Western Arches from the Cottage Brewing Company which was a light, hoppy beer. Both were well kept and reasonably priced at �2.80 and 2.90 a pint, respectively. Recommended.

holbornboy - 5 May 2009 17:38

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