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Inns in Little Brickhill

George Inn
Watling Street
Little Brickhill
Buckinghamshire

MK17 9NB | View map
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The George-Inn is fast becoming known as an establishment that consistently delivers on the promise of high quality coupled with a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that is second to none. It has to be said that seeing is truely believing in this unique and friendly venue, the George Inn is truely a hidden treasure! A taste of Italy has come to the George Inn, our new menu is a combination of freshly made Italian and English dishes made with only the finest local produce and highest quality Italian products such as barilla pasta and buffalo mozzarella to provide a wide and varied choice for our customers including traditional Sunday roast. Our conservatory provides an ambient restaurant that looks over our large garden with a children's play area. Come and visit us and experience something unique. Situated only 10 minutes from central Milton Keynes, 1 km from Woburn Golf Course and 10 minutes from Leighton Buzzard, The George Inn is easy to find and very easy to park when you arrive. The George Inn, sits proudly opposite a fine example of a 15th century Norman church in the small village of Little Brickhill which lies on part of the old A5. The George Inn offers four well ensuite appointed rooms on a bed and breakfast basis, we are often busy so please contact us to check for availablity. All rooms are ensuite with television, tea & coffee making facilites, complimentary mineral water and Wireless Broadband access.

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