Welcome to

The Mitre Buckingham

'A Village Pub in the Town'

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Real Ales, Log Fires, Sports and Conversation
Known to be the oldest pub in Buckingham, The Mitre is a friendly local of a type that's all too uncommon in the 21st century. Dark wood panels, a real fire and five real ale served directly from the cellar all contribute to an old-fashioned pub experience. We are in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for 2015.

We stock beers from local brewers such as Towcester Mill, Tring, as well as those from the Marstons range and anything else we can find that's well-made and interesting. We are members of the Oakham Oakademy of Excellence and have access to their wide range of seasonal and special brews. Of course, alongside the ales are lagers and ciders, selected wines and a wide range of spirits, not to forget non-alcoholic options such as fruit drinks, coffees, teas and hot chocolate.

Pool and Darts are played in the bar, as well as board games. You are welcome to choose a book to read from our lending shelf. On a wintry Sunday afternoon, you will often find crumpets and chestnuts for roasting by the fire.

No business can stand still, so outside The Mitre offers a large garden and a patio smoking area. We're active on Facebook, so to keep in touch with what's happening and what new beers are arriving, visit us there.

Sport on TV? Our motto is 'If it's on, we've got it'. We have revamped our TV system and now have three Sky receivers so that when there are clashes we can show every match available, including Sky and BT. We have upgraded our TVs to larger flat screens, including one on the wall in the garden.

Behind the bar, you'll find Keith, Jane and others ready to offer a warm welcome, so come and visit us soon. We open at 5pm Monday - Friday, and 12 noon Saturday and Sunday.

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