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- My first exposure to the products of Mad Squirrel came several years ago at a beer convention in London and I was impressed with both the simplicity of the can designs and the quality of the beer inside. And I often told myself that I would venture into Buckinghamshire and visit one of their barrooms.
That finally happened one chilly, drizzly December day in 2020. My partner wanted to check out the area ahead of possibly moving there - which she did do three months later - and also wanted to pop in to Mad Squirrel so I could try some beers and buy some to take back to London.
We felt immediately at ease there. A relatively snug barroom with a couple of large fridges all bursting with MS cans, we managed to grab a table and proceeded to drink plentifully. Well, I did, anyway. What a terrible hardship to suffer.
Andy, the jefe of the establishment was/is friendly to the locals and to out-of-towners. Very personable and with a good knowledge of craft beers - many a good chat over a cold pint has been had with him subsequently. And it's always a personal pleasure of mine to go back to Chesham and have a pint or two.
I look forward to visiting some time this summer. Cin cin.Written 23 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- What a great venue, we came to see Twist and Shout, fab music by West End performer. Tickets are excellent value for money. Seating is comfortable. Volunteer ushers are really helpful. There’s a bar and seating, and free parkingWritten 6 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- my friends always doubted the breathtaking beauty of the babbling brook, however it was worth the wait when they took in the archeological history of the stunning natural water feature.
It was rather difficult to traverse the car park and trail due to the enormous popularity of the landmark, however if you get in early it’s no problem!
I’ll be ensuring I bring my extended list of friends, family, acquaintances and colleagues to the feature, as long as they make sure to wake up early for the trip.
Thanks again to Miriam and Janet for your helpful directions!Written 19 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Absolutely wonderful. Held our ladies county bowls luncheon today and it was perfect. Food delicious - very well presented and beautifully cooked. Would thoroughly recommend it for a function.Written 1 November 2023
- The whole place is immersed in history. Everything being both very old, but also clearly in use today by local people, who let you visit their church.Written 29 July 2019
- Want to wander back in time, then this is the place( if its open)
Everything from when Chesham made boots to collecting watercress. Good to see old pictures of the high street, etc so you could compare today. Sensible pricing for gifts .Written 15 July 2016
- This ancient structure dates back to before the Roman occupation of Britain and is designed with multivallate defences, being two concentric rings of earth ramparts with a gap in between, effectively a moat. The two sets of earthworks can clearly still be seen, each one is now lined with magnificent beech trees, providing a stunning view in all weathers. The ramparts still encircle all of the site, except for the southern border, where they were removed to allow houses to be built in modern times. Examples of Iron Age pottery have been found at the site and the remains three iron smelting kilns, as well as other fire hearths and a clay lined oven. There are helpful information boards at various points round the site. An astonishing piece of pre-history, remarkably well preserved for its extreme age.Written 21 April 2019
- St Mary's Church in the centre of Chesham is a truly lovely church. The thing that initially strikes you as you approach it is that it is built on a foundation of a Bronze Age stone circle, showing that religious worship had been practised here long before Christianity arrived.
The church itself dates back to the 12th century in parts, is roughly cruciform and of limestone and flint construction. Inside there are lovely stained glass windows and a fascinating modern mural over the chancel arch of Holy Week, set in the Chilterns in modern dress.Written 7 August 2019
- Totally a great experience, walking down the town.
Heard live music and great singing.
When we had a look noticed in the alleyway a great hidden venue.
Great music and live
And the menu… lentil curry was amazing.Written 4 November 2021
- We had a great afternoon making and decorating chocolate moulds. All the kids really enjoyed and their chocolate hearts turned out great. A good value enjoyable party!Written 4 November 2018
- What's not to like about this facility, it's an outdoor heated swimming pool in the UK! Just over 25m in length so a good size for lengths or a general swim any time of the day and year. I recently moved into the area and discovered this gem, a great pool with rustic changing facilities a little gym attached and tennis courts. Well worth a visit.Written 12 December 2019
- Came across this pleasant pub whilst out exploring Chesham and surrounding area. We were made very welcome and we sat and people watched. It has a lovely garden with plenty of seats - so I imagine its a popular venue in the summer. Certainly would pop in again if in the area.Written 24 March 2018
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