High Wycombe    Distance 1.7 miles.  Walking time 33 minutes.
Wycombe town centre is home to many public houses and bars especially in the Frogmoor area. Click on the pictures for a larger image.

The BellStart at the Bell pub at the end of Frogmore. Quiet place but very nice with a pub area and a restaurant. Deserves to be busier with good Thai food is served lunchtime and evenings and beer is at lower prices than Fullers usual.  The pub has free wi-fi.
Address is  HP13 5DQ   Tel 01494 525588
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Website http://bellfrogmoor.co.uk/
Leave and turn right. Turn left where the road forks follow round to the cross roads. Cross over to the left of the church (Castle Street) and walk to the next junction. Turn left and there is the Bootlegger.


The Bootlegger
A real ale pub with a huge range of beers and ciders. Open

Monday to Thursday: 12pm till Midnight Friday & Saturday: 12pm till 1am Sunday: 12pm till 11pm
Free Wifi.   3 Amersham Hill  High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP13 6NQ


Phone 01494 525457  The pub has free wi-fi.
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Turn right out of the Bootlegger, cross the side road and then cross the main road using the crossing. Carry on up the footpath just to the left of the building to eventually turn left under the railway bridge, near the Sausage Tree pub. Follow the path up the slope and you will see the Belle Vue in the distance.

Belle VueNext is the Belle Vue

A back street pub with a good selection of well kept ales and an enthusiastic landlord. Live music some weekend evenings. Adnams Broadside, Sharp's Doom Bar, 4 changing beers.
Opening times 4.30-11 Mon-Thu; 3.30-Midnight Fri; 12-1am Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Twice yearly beer festival.
Website  http://www.thebv.pub/
The pub has free wi-fi.  HP13 6EQ, Gordon Road.
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On leaving the Belle Vue retrace your steps and cross on the crossing again back into Castle Street. Walk on and take the first left into Corporation Street. At the bottom of the hill, cross over and turn right to reach the Hobgoblin.

The Three Tuns (previously the Hobgoblin)

The Hobgoblin35 High Street, HP11 2AG
Sports Bar. Opens 10-Midnight Mon-Thu; 10-1am Fri & Sat; 10-Midnight Sun.
Listed building dating back to the 18/19th century. Long bar with wooden interior that opens up at the back.
Sharp's Atlantic,Sharp's Doom Bar, guest ales. Live music every week, and a secluded heated garden.
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Turn left out of the Three Tuns and walk to the entrance of the Eden Centre. Follow the signs to the bus station. When you reach the entrance doors of the bus station then stop and turn left. You will see the Rose and Crown a short way away.

Rose and CrownThe Rose and Crown pub.

A busy traditional style pub near the bus station, serving good beer and sandwiches made to order. Open all day from noon.
Desborough Road. HP11 2PR. The bus station is 100 meters away.   Free wi-fi is available.
Always a warm welcome at this single bar pub, serving Sharp's Doom Bar, Wells Bombardier, 1 changing beer.
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