Tucked away down an unmade track in the village of Downley, the Le De Spencers pub enjoys a location of real beauty. It is perched right on the edge of National Trust land, making it a prime spot for ramblers and cyclists.
Situated within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the pub can be incorporated into many fabulous walks. There is a diverse range of flora and fauna to discover in the local area - be sure to come in spring to see the blue bell woods, explore the unusual dells found in the woods or just watch the majestic red kites circling both woodland and farmland.
The National Trust property Hughenden Manor, the country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli, is a short walk away through the woods too. Here you can gain a vivid insight into the Victorian Prime Minister, discover Hughenden’s secret wartime past in the Second World War room or explore the formal gardens or woodland walks.