Best pubs with beer gardens in Amersham and The Chalfonts
Amersham in Buckinghamshire is known for having a rural feel to it whilst only being a short train ride into London – people who live here can experience the best of both.
When the sun comes out those who don’t have a garden are searching for the best beer gardens to visit, and others who just want a change of scenery are on the hunt for a nice pub to visit.
Here’s some of the best pubs to visit in Amersham, Little Chalfont and Chalfont St. Giles.
Merlin’s Cave (Chalfont St. Giles)
Merlin’s Cave invites you to join them for delicious classic British dishes with a modern twist. Lounge in their big beer garden whilst you enjoy a glass of wine or beer, there’s plenty to choose from.
Here’s a taster of what they have going on during the week:
Mondays & Tuesdays – Comfort food
Wednesdays – Burger night
Thursdays – Fish & fizz
Sunday – Cerebral sessions. Every other Sunday at 7:30pm
Sunday – Live music
The Pomeroy Inn (Little Chalfont, Amersham)
This beautiful pub awaits you for al fresco dining any day of the week. There are plenty of enticing dishes to choose from whilst you sip on a refreshing glass of wine, lager or ale. There is a pleasant and modern outdoor seating area for those warm summery days.
Join The Pomeroy on a Sunday for a traditional roast dinner or one of its many other mouth-watering dishes. A great place to bring the family, friends or a loved one for comfortable and relaxed dining.
The Ivy House (Chalfont St. Giles)
An eye-catching pub on the outskirts of Chalfont St. Giles situated on the A413 as you head towards Amersham.
The Ivy House was built around 250 years ago, originally a coaching inn that apparently had some suspicious visitors in its early days. This pub has some history with talks of ghost stories seen by members of staff.
Enjoy the outside seating area surrounded by stunning countryside whilst you tuck into a dish from their seasonal menu of fresh, locally sourced dishes.
If you enjoy a quiz pop along to Quiz Night held every Thursday.
Elephant and Castle (Amersham)
The Elephant and Castle has a good-sized beer garden. If you’re feeling peckish order from their selection of juicy burgers and stone-baked pizzas. Beer lovers will be pleased to know they offer a fantastic range of local cask ales and craft beers.
The building dates back to the 17th century and is named in honour of Edward I and Eleanor of Castile’s marriage.