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Tel code: 01494 | code search
Postcode: HP10 | code search
Population: 3700
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Folk Customs:
Firing the Fenny Poppers
Olney Pancake Race
The Coronation Glove
The Duck Feast
Weighing the Mayor

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Red Lion
"Three friends and myself often centre several local rambles around this pub which we return to on regular occasions. There is a large and varied menu too that caters well ..." More

Red Lion
"I have visited the Red Lion on several occasions. The establishmentis in very pleasant surroundings opposite Penn Pond. The staff are friendly and the food above average for Pub meals. ..." More

Red Lion
"Went for a meal,,the management, did't seem too friendly,,and some what had issues between them seleves... Not a friendly place........

Date visited: 2007 ..." More

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Penn is a picturesque village positioned on the beautiful Chiltern Hills in the county of Buckinghamshire, home to over three thousand seven hundred people. The village dates back many centuries a legacy of which may be seen with the charming cottages and houses throughout, and the 12th Century church of Holy Trinity which houses a rare Medieval Doom painting that was painted onto oak panels. Penn was renowned for its floor tile production back in the 14th Century and was also the birthplace of Quaker William Penn, who set up the colony of Pennsylvania in the USA, more recently it has played host to the filming of Midsomer Murders television production.

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Hit Or Miss Inn & Restaurant
Old Queens Head
Red Lion

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Penn & Tylers Green (Amateur Football)


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Premier Inn High Wycombe (1.77 miles)

A convenient location just 3 miles from both High Wycombe town centre and High Wycombe train station. Ideally positioned within easy reach of the M40, junction 3. Our High Wycombe Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, ... More | visit website
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St Anthonys Court (2.31 miles)

St Anthonys Court

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St Anthonys Court is situated on Burkes Road, known throughout the area as one of Beaconsfields premier roads. The property has undergone significant decoration and refurbishment and now affords luxurious ... More


Innkeepers Lodge (2.58 miles)

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Crazy Bear Hotel (2.63 miles)

Crazy Bear Hotel

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Elaborate luxury and flamboyance in a traditional setting, just minutes from J2 M40 and less than half an hour by train from London Marylebone. The oldest documented building in Beaconsfield ... More

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Rye View Lodge (2.78 miles)

Rye View Lodge

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This stylish new Lodge on the edge of the town centre, in a conservation area near the train station, well located for the Eden shoppig centre, restaurants and leisure facilities. ... More

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Alexandra Park (3.08 miles)

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A luxuriously refurbished two-bed ground floor apartment located just minutes walk from High Wycombe Hospital, the Eden Shopping Centre, Bucks University and High Wycombe Rail station – available on both ... More

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Abbey Lodge Hotel (3.09 miles)

Abbey Lodge Hotel

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Located in the heart of England, surrounded by excellent bars, restaurants and shopping in High Wycombe town centre, this homely hotel offers an ideal base.

Our rooms are individually decorated and offer ... More

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Uplands (3.21 miles)


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In 18 acres of tranquil grounds, surrounded by beautiful Chiltern countryside, Uplands overlooks the Hughenden Valley and combines a classical mansion house with purpose-built, contemporary buildings.

Based in High Wycombe, just a ... More

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The Saracens Head (3.48 miles)

The Saracens Head
The Saracens Head Inn is a traditional English pub serving real ales, fine wines and home-cooked food every lunchtime and evening. The original stables surrounding the courtyard have been converted into stylish, comfortable ... More | visit website
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Kings Arms (3.51 miles)

Kings Arms

With origins dating back to the 14th Century, The Kings Arms is a traditional old coaching inn. It has recently been refurbished, as well as extended, to create a beautiful hotel located in the heart of the ... More | visit website

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