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The Bull & Butcher pub

The Bull and Butcher is a quintessentially English pub, built in 1542, nestled between the Chiltern Hills in the quaint village of Turville in the Hambleden Valley. We serve delicious fresh gastropub food, excellent wines and fantastic real ales including Brakspear Ordinary and Oxford Gold Organic.

Inside there are two main areas, The Well Bar and The Windmill Lounge, both with large open fires, original beams, and a relaxed pub atmosphere. The Well Bar has a glass topped table covering a 45 foot well. There is a large sunny garden and patio areas, ideal for a relaxing summer’s day. A further addition is our fantastic Function Room, ‘The Bull Room – Private Dining in the Country’. Seating up to 24 with glass barn doors out on to the lawn is perfect for your private celebration…

The Bull and Butcher is a quintessentially English pub, built in 1542, nestled between the Chiltern Hills in the quaint village of Turville in the Hambleden Valley. We serve delicious fresh gastropub food, excellent wines and fantastic real ales including Brakspear Ordinary and Oxford Gold Organic.

Inside there are two main areas, The Well Bar and The Windmill Lounge, both with large open fires, original beams, and a relaxed pub atmosphere. The Well Bar has a glass topped table covering a 45 foot well. There is a large sunny garden and patio areas, ideal for a relaxing summer’s day.  A further addition is our fantastic Function Room, ‘The Bull Room – Private Dining in the Country’. Seating up to 24 with glass barn doors out on to the lawn is perfect for your private celebration.

The stunning scenery incorporates the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang windmill perched on top of a steep ridge overlooking Turville. St. Mary the Virgin Church dating back to the 10th Century achieved its fame in The Vicar of Dibley, which was based on Turville village and its inhabitants! Good Night Mr. Tom was also filmed in the village as are many of the Midsomer Murders episodes. We are very popular with walkers, dog owners and cyclists. Dogs welcome!

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