Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall
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Greeted warmly and seated where we hoped for. Service very quick and friendly. Dishes were superb meatballs scallops paratas croguets and special. Sangria very tasty. Ambient spanish music just right. Only thing lacking paella perhaps a special paella night woukd be an idea. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Situated in the heart of the oldest town in Britain. "The Tap' is renowned for being a champion of real ale & craft cider, award winning BBQ, cracking Sunday roasts, all things 'pie' as well as a great range of specialist gin, rum, malts and wine.
Three beautifully renovated en-suite bedrooms, secret walled garden, gorgeous fireplaces, pub games (to keep you amused) and a unique beer wall, featuring 14 crafty kegs served at 3'c, complete the picture.
Ever popular with the locals and new visitors, the team at The Tap look forward to welcoming you to their pub, be it for lunch or dinner, a party or event, or just a beer and a friendly chat!More
There are a few villages in the United Kingdom that can lay claim to the natural beauty of Hambleden - listed in 2013 as one of The Times" '30 Best Villages in Britain'.
Nestled into the Chiltern Hills, between Henley and Marlow and just up from the River Thames, Hambleden can only be described as quintessentially English.
Benefiting from the care of the Culden Faw Estate and the protection of The National Trust, the village is one that time forgot, with few changes over the last century.
The Stag and Huntsman, lovingly restored by The Estate under the auspices of heritage architecture, Ptolemy Dean, maintains the old world charm of a Country Inn. With a focus towards the local community - Hambleden and the local residents - myriad of small and cosy drinking and eating spaces within the Inn, the nine letting bedrooms and the pretty garden also provide a resting place and watering hole for those who travel further distances to the village.More