Aston Clinton is a pretty, traditional village not far from the Buckinghamshire town of Aylesbury. It’s well-served by a number of brilliant local pubs and restaurants, which are sure to delight both residents and visitors alike. Michael Anthony estate agents have been matching buyers with their dream homes in Aston Clinton, Aylesbury and other surrounding villages in Buckinghamshire for 30 years, so we’re familiar with all the attractions of this village, and we’ve drawn on that wealth of local knowledge to put together this definitive guide to Aston Clinton’s best pubs.

Does Aston Clinton have good pubs and restaurants?

Aston Clinton is a perfect place to visit for a drink or a meal out. It’s an idyllic village tucked between Buckinghamshire’s county town of Aylesbury, and the Chiltern Hills. The restaurants and pubs around Aston Clinton are exactly what you would hope for in this kind of location, with a mixture of friendly family-owned pubs and classic restaurant picks, including some with takeaway options.

There’s nothing better than heading out for a summer walk in the countryside, maybe with a canine companion, and stopping for a cool pint in a buzzing beer garden, or perhaps you look forward to taking your family for a traditional Sunday lunch in a cosy country pub. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy these kinds of experiences in the village of Aston Clinton, thanks to its excellent selection of local pubs.

The 3 best pubs and restaurants in Aston Clinton

When you’re out in Aston Clinton, looking for somewhere to enjoy a pint, maybe a packet of crisps, and possibly even a Sunday roast, check out these local pubs. Why not pay one a visit with friends or family after a walk around the village.

The Bell

The Bell is a classic, country-style pub and restaurant with luxurious hotel rooms for those looking to spend a night away in Aston Clinton. The pretty red brick building, situated on London Road, is attractive and welcoming, set in an attractive green garden, with a lovely outdoor patio area which is perfect for al fresco drinks and dining. Inside, The Bell combines a contemporary stylishness with more traditional and characterful elements to create a beautiful interior, full of wood beams and panelling, and plush velvet armchairs and sofas. The 11 ensuite hotel rooms are similarly stylish, with comfy beds to retire to after a night at the bar.

Food at The Bell is centred around specially selected high quality ingredients, particularly meat and fish, often prepared simply with an emphasis on seasonal flavours. The chefs at The Bell also make sure that there are plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans, as well as a wide range of delicious desserts and classic Sunday roasts. Of course, an outstanding drinks menu is essential to any village pubs, and The Bell is no exception. With a seasonal luxury cocktail menu, a range of premium gins and wines, and of course craft beers and ciders both bottled and on tap.

The Oak

Set in a pretty building with a traditional thatched roof, The Oak is the epitome of a traditional English pub. With a cosy interior, full of varnished dark wood beams and warmed by an open fire, you can enjoy one of many British beers and ciders, or even a glass of wine or a gin and tonic. There’s also a delightful beer garden where you can enjoy cold drinks in the hot weather during the summer months.

The Oak also has a brilliant food menu, serving up a range of pub classics, from bar snacks, to burgers and kebabs, to steak and charcuterie boards. The pub’s hanging kebabs are famous as a particular local favourite. With friendly service and pleasant surroundings, this is the perfect pub to visit for dinner or drinks when you’re in Aston Clinton.

The Rothschild Arms

With its stand-out bay windows and quirky interior decor, the Rothschild Arms is a trendy spot in Aston Clinton, perfect for families and groups of friends looking for entertainment, as well as food and drink. Well stocked with pool tables, board games and darts, as well as retro inspired posters and furniture, this pub is the ideal spot for anyone who likes a vintage sports bar environment. The pub has a busy schedule of events such as karaoke nights, happy hours and pool competitions, which bring the community together and provide a fun, sociable atmosphere.

The Rothschild Arms also shows sports, particularly Premier League football on Sky and BT Sports, as well as international rugby fixtures, so it’s an ideal hangout for sports fans looking to enjoy a beer and a match at the weekend. The pub’s rear garden also has a fun beach theme, with sand, surf boards and boats which are sure to delight the kids (and kids-at-heart) in your life.

If you’re planning on visiting Aston Clinton, or even considering moving to this lovely village, check out these pubs. We promise you won’t be disappointed! Plus, not only does the village have a number of inviting pubs, there are a selection of popular restaurants in Aston Clinton too. And, if you’d like to find out more, take a look at our guide to Aston Clinton.