When The Five Bells was built in 1854, the local farmers used to tether their horses to its fence while they popped inside for a drink. There was barely enough room for four tables and the beer barrels were kept cool by being wrapped in wet sacking under the bar. The Five Bells now welcomes guests to enjoy the real ales and great food, in the old world comfort of the 21st century. Also, alongside the pub is the Innkeeper’s Lodge Aylesbury, boasting 16 comfortable and stylish bedrooms to accommodate guests.
The seasonal food menus are full of delicious hearty dishes such as slow-cooked lamb shank, steak & mushroom pie, and their infamous Hunter’s chicken. And to complement the delightful pub food, they’ve a wonderful array of fine wines, real ales, soft drinks and spirits for you to enjoy. So whether it’s dinner with friends or Sunday lunch with family, they are the perfect spot to spend some quality time with those you love the most. Tuck into a diverse menu of tasty, home-cooked dishes, washed down by a fine selection of fine wines, real ales, soft drinks, and spirits.
With 16 comfortable yet stylish single, double, and twin bed and breakfast hotel rooms in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, the Innkeeper’s Lodge is the perfect spot for a great night’s sleep, whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure. Furnished to a high standard, the rooms are decorated in a traditional style reflective of the building’s history, with a notably stylish, contemporary touch, think sophisticated colour palettes, exposed beams and brickwork, and a warm, welcoming ambience.
The bedrooms offer a host of features and amenities including complimentary WiFi, stylish bedding, tea and coffee making facilities, a desk for catching up on work after a busy day, and en-suite facilities including plenty of towels and a hairdryer. There’s also plenty of free car parking on site and a lovely beer garden that’s perfect for long summer evenings.
The Five Bells,
40 Main Street,