The Lions of Bledlow, Bledlow, Buckhinghamshire   1 comment

 

Pub #2116:

A glorious early evening run along the Ridgeway is almost always a welcome distraction from one’s troubles.  When I emerged on the little square in Bledlow at the Lions of Bledlow, I was certain I must be living my life right.

 

 

 

It is an ancient pub with huge timbers and low ceilings and even lower lintels such that even shorter fellows than me automatically ducked passing through to the bar.  Not sure about the old weaponry on display but it could easily be — if the modern punters I saw milling around and heard talking trash in the other room are any indication — arms confiscated from customers over the years.

 

 

This is really remote and you would have to already know it was there.  Stumbling upon it, the only indication that it is a pub is the sign in the square across the road and a bunch of empty barrels off to the left.  An odd find.

 

 

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Posted May 2, 2018 by Drunken Bunny in Pubs

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