Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire. Length 1mile, walk time 21min.

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White Hart, AylesburyStart at the White Hart pub. As you leave the bus station you will see the Bell, a large Wetherspoon pub to your right. Visit here if you wish, but there is a much nicer Wetherspoon pub just round the corner that I have chosen as our start point. Walk past the front of the Bell and shortly turn right under an archway towards the Slug and Lettuce. Turn left towards Costa Coffee and follow round to the White Hart, Unit 4 Exchange Street, HP201UR. Free WiFi, opens 08:00 am,  food served all day.
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Retrace your steps back under the arch and walk straight ahead past the Green Man. At the top, turn left round the square and soon find the Kings Head Farmers bar down the short path on your right.

The Kings Head Farmers Bar

Kings Head Aylesbury
Kings Head Passage HP20 2RW National Trust property Open all day from 11am, Sundays - noon.
Farmers Bar owned and run by  the Chiltern Brewery. Fast attentive staff, a joy to be served. Good solid roomy tables, no wobbly stuff here. Delicious lunches served.

Dating back to 1455, the building has many fascinating architectural features, including rare stained-glass windows, exposed wattle and daub and the original stabling for the inn.

From the mid 17th century onwards, the King's Head thrived as a coaching inn. The front gateway is smaller than the rear gateway, which was made larger to accommodate the growing size of carriages; the wheel knocking stones still visible at the entrance aligning the carriage wheels as they entered. Click the picture for the gallery and to comment.


Return to the square and turn right into Market Street and right again into Temple Street and the Queens Head.

Queens Head, AylesburyNext is the Queens Head.
1 Temple Square. HP20 2QA
A small traditional country style pub with nice staff. Doombar was available on our visit. Free WiFi. Open 12-11. Food served from 12pm each day 7 days a week.  Adnams Broadside, Sharp's Doom Bar.
Situated in the centre of what was the OLD town.
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From the Queens Head turn left down George Street to reach Kingsbury. The Rockwood is over on your left.

The Rockwood

The Rockwood, Aylesbury
32, Kingsbury Square, HP20 2JE
  The Rockwood is a traditional grade II listed pub dating back over 200 years as a public house. Open from noon daily with food served lunchtime and evening. Free WiFi.
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Take a left out of the pub and walk up to the mini roundabout and turn right. You will find the Harrow pub towards the end of the street on your left.

The Harrow, Aylesbury

The Harrow pub. 4 Cambridge Street HP20 1RS
A large pub split into several areas and levels. Food served all day, free WiFi. Open all day from noon.Free Wi-Fi.
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Turn left out of the Harrow and you will soon find your way back to the start and the bus station. But for a treat and a walk retrace your steps to the mini roundabout and keep on until you reach a large roundabout. Cross over on to the Bicester Road and the Hop Pole will be on your right.

The Hop Pole

Hop Pole, Aylesbury
83 Bicester Road, HP19 9AZ
There is a huge range of ales at this CAMRA pub all in good condition.
The Hop Pole features an ever-changing range of beers  from the UK’s best independent micro-breweries. Four Vale beers will always be available and the range is added to with regular beer festivals.
The Hop Pole now boasts an industrial chic dining area with state of the art kitchen and offers fresh locally scourced ingredients that Head Chef, Tony, uses in all his recipies.
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There is a frequent bus service back to the bus station from the stop outside the pub.

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