King's HeadMarket Square
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A National Trust pub run by the Chiltern brewery for many years. It has the oldest courtyard inn in England complete with cobbles and with the converted stables occupying one side. The bar has up to four Chiltern ales of which two often change and a guest beer – often a Stout or Porter in the Winter months. A cider is often represented. A helpful chalkboard to the side notes current beers and beers to come. The ales are often used in the cooking and in their cheeses and chutneys. It is one the few pubs that has no television or piped music.