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Chequers Inn Hotel & Restaurant
Kiln Lane
Wooburn Common


HP10 0JQ | View map

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Steeped in history, the Chequers Inn, built in the 17th century, is full of charm and style. Oak posts and beams, flagstone floors - snug on a winters evening, bright and sunny on a summers day. Only 24 miles from London, its just waiting for your visit.

There are seventeen exclusive and individual bedrooms. With views over open countryside seen through leaded windows, the warmth of stripped pine and luxurious fabrics leave you feeling rested and comfortable. Coupled with every convenience you would expect from a modern hotel - colour television with digital sky satellite viewing, telephone, hairdryer, tea, coffee and ensuite facilities. For the ultimate in comfort and romance, why not try our huge four-poster bed in the honeymoon suite.


Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 3 Star Hotel
RAC Buckinghamshire 2004 Which Pub of the Year
Number of Rooms: 17
Number Ensuite: 17

Price per Room:

Double: £107.50
Twin: £107.50
Single: £99.50
Four Poster: £130
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Cuisine: British/French
Chef: Toby Sharman
Awards: AA Rosette
RAC Dining Award

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Room Service
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

Table D'Hote Lunch

Tomato Soup
Carpaccio of Beef with Parmesan and Mixed Leaves
Roasted Peppers with Goats Cheese, Pesto and Rocket Salad
Chicken Liver and Foie Gras Terrine with Fruit Chutney
Sauté Octopus and Tiger Prawns with White Wine and Chilli Sauce
Breast of Pigeon with Wild Mushroom Risotto
Smoked Duck Breast, Prosciutto and Amarena Cherries

Maize Fed Chicken Supreme Stuffed with Wild Mushrooms Wrapped in Bacon oven
baked with Asparagus and Ratatouille and New Potatoes
Loin of Venison, Compote of Peppers and Artichoke Dauphinoise Potato
Braised Lamb Shank. Red Cabbage and Champ Mash Potatoes
Whole Grilled Plaice served with Tomato Herb and Pepper Sauce, Sugar Snap
Peas and Crushed New Potatoes
Lamb Kidney and Chipolata Sausage served with a Whiskey and Grain Mustard
Cream Sauce and Savoury Rice
Pea, Asparagus and Sun Dried Tomato Risotto
Oven Baked Salmon Fillet With Tagliettelle Wild Mushrooms in a Cream Sauce

Creamy Rice Pudding with Strawberry Compote
Light Fruit Cake, Vanilla Cream and Crème Anglaise
Rich Chocolate Torte, Pistachio Ice Cream and Grand Marnier Sauce
Vanilla Crème Brulee with Shortbread
Banana Bread with Caramelised Banana and Ginger Foam
Exotic Fresh Fruit Salad with Lemon Sorbet
Cheese and Biscuits


Table D'Hote Dinner Menu

Tomato Soup
Chicken Liver and Foie Gras Terrine with Fruit Chutney
Sauté Octopus and Tiger Prawns with White Wine and Chilli Sauce
Prosciutto and Asparagus with a Balsamic Dressing
Roasted Peppers with Goats Cheese, Pesto and Rocket Salad
Smoked Salmon Platter with Tiger Prawns and Mustard Dressing
Mozzarella Bococino with Tomato and Basil

Maize Fed Breast of Chicken Stuffed with Wild Mushrooms, Wrapped in Bacon
with Fondant Potatoes, and Asparagus.
Fillet of Fresh Halibut and Tiger Prawns with Saffron Potatoes, Leaf Spinach
and Saffron Sauce
Artichoke, Pea and Sun Blushed Tomato Tagliettelle with a Tarragon Cream
Sauce and Parmesan Shaving.
Roast Rump of Lamb with Dauphinoise Potatoes, Roasted Root Vegetables and
Rosemary Jus
Chargrilled Breast of Barbary Duck, Sauté New Potatoes with Chorizo, Braised
Red Cabbage
Seared Scallops with Herb Oil and Balsamic Jus with Prawn and Crayfish
Fillet of Beef, Fondant Potato, Fresh Leaf Spinach and Wild Mushroom Sauce.
£5 Supplement

Pistachio Cream, Honey Roast Figs and Marinated Grapes
Lemon Tart, Fresh Raspberries and Fruit Coulis
Milk Chocolate Torte with Chocolate Ice Cream and Grand Marnier Sauce
Banana Bread, Caramelised Banana and Ginger Foam
Vanilla Crème Brulee with Shortbread
Exotic Fruit Salad with Pineapple and Malibu Sorbet
Cheese and Biscuits

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