The Potters Arms offers two well appointed double rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Other facilities include digital flat-screen TV's, radio alarm clocks, and coffee and tea-making facilities.
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Type Pub B&B
From £90 per room per night
The Potter’s Arms is a traditional village pub set on the edge of the Chiltern Hills in glorious rural Buckinghamshire. The inn has four beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms.
The Potters Arms Menu has been designed by Head Chef Bill to try to incorporate a balance between fantastic Restaurant meals and his twist on the Classic Pub Favourites. Using only the freshest ingredients from the best local suppliers with deliveries six days a week you are sure to have yourself a fantastic dining experience courtesy of the Potters Arms team.
The Potters Arms has four en-suite bedrooms. A large double with a bath, a standard double with en-suite shower and two twin rooms. The pub has a large free car park, free WiFi for all guests in the rooms and also tea and coffee making facilities in the room. They are ten minutes from Amersham and Beaconsfield and fifteen to twenty minutes from High Wycombe. Breakfast is served between 7am and 9am Monday to Friday and 8am and 10am on Saturday and Sunday.
The Potters Arms comedy nights are now very well established on the comedy circuit, for over three years they have been bringing you the best comedians working on the circuit today. The ticket fee includes a bespoke main course in the interval.
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